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  1. geemo4

    My DIY electrostatic headphones

    Hello Wachara,   yes its worth a try. But why did Stax designed them in that uncomfortable way ? I think they did for some reason. Maybe stabilty of the stators ? May be the size of the chamber ?   Shure did release the KSE1500 recently. Its an Inear electrostatic headphone, which is...
  2. geemo4

    My DIY electrostatic headphones

    I found some pictures on the web. Maybe you can use them. Source: http://www.head-fi.org/t/163022/stax-sr-001-appreciation-thread/45 Post #60   I extracted a few pics:      
  3. geemo4

    My DIY electrostatic headphones

    Hi Wachara,   here are some information i have still in mind:   - The spacers where little white washers about 2-3 mm (Outer diameter -inner diameter) The thickness is hard to remember but i guess 0,5 mm may be less. - The membrane was held by a brass coloured washer. - The stators: You...
  4. geemo4

    My DIY electrostatic headphones

    Hi Wachara,   i think the issue about re-designing the Sr-002 will be:   1.) The shape of the outlet:   Why did Stax people use an oval ? May be for maximum surface. So it will be the question what to develope - an better oval or a round which fits in the ear.   2.) The way from the...
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    My DIY electrostatic headphones

    Quote: Hi  Wachara,   i am new in this thread. I like that you are sharing all your information. I appreciate this. When i finish my actual project i will join you and try to build my own headphones.   You are asking about the SR-002. I have a pair of them and as i got a broken cable...
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