Sony ECR-500?
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I searched here, nothing, googled, nothing. However, these headphones are on sale on ebay:

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...category=61334

They're not THAT expensive, but they aren't cheap either. This was just a heads up in case some curious head-fier has extra cash burning a hole in their pocket
 
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I'd just like to know how they use loudspeaker outputs to power electrostatic phones
 
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Quote:

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I'd just like to know how they use loudspeaker outputs to power electrostatic phones


Alot of the old stax use this as well. It works but it's a pain in the ass. My friend has an sr30 stax with this.
 
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I thought electrostats need thousands of volts in potential difference between the two plates...?
 
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Apparently these are electret condenser headphones, like electrostatic but slightly different... anyone know more about these?
 
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