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In Reply to: RE: Interesting choice posted by M3 lover on July 19, 2020 at 10:46:34
Got any naked pictures of Janszens.
They seem to be pretty tight lipped and fully clothed.
Here is what the electrostatic section looks like. Like older models, it uses a pair of angled panels:
This video shows a ZA2.1 being assembled:
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Thanks for the video and image.
Boxed stats with cabinet stuffing and @ 500Hz XO.
It appears the DIY symmetric electronically segmented builds are crossing over @ [200-250]Hz, an octave lower in comparison.
Nope. Grill cloth is not removable without damaging. So yes, tight lipped.
The closest I could suggest would be diagrams of the screens on their website.
"The only cats worth anything are the cats who take chances. Sometimes I play things I never heard myself." Thelonious Monk
I found some images of their older models. Looks like they use multi-panel designs.
emailtim's top photo is a JansZen Z600, the first real speakers I bought, back in 1968.
They were great, until one of the electrostatic tweeters gave out and I sold them to buy Dynaco A25's.
At the time, G. Holt thought highly of the JansZens, and I read somewhere that Jim Winey had a pair of these when he was designing the first Magnepans.
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