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Stax SRH-009 Reference Electrostatic Earspeakers

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Item Condition: Demonstration Model
Shipping Options: Pickup available and you can audition.,Shipping is available at agreed cost.
Suburb or Town: Lane Cove
State: New South Wales
Payment Method: Credit Cards, Bank Transfer, Cash, PayPal, ZipPay
Reason for selling: Retailer

Further information:  This Stax SRH-009 reference electrostatic earspeaker has been a demonstration model for us seeing only very light duty. Think of it in as new condition and comes with all it's packaging etc. This model has just been discontinued with the replacement (SHR-009S) selling for $7,750. The RRP on the SHR-009 is $6,800 but we have reduced this unit to $5,500. Incredible value for what are arguably one of the most transparent, detailed, and accomplished pair of headphones available anywhere in the world today. 
*Please note that all Stax electrostatic earspeakers need a dedicated headphone amplifier to drive them...meaning you cant use them directly with your smart phone or Stereo due to different voltage and currents requirements as well as the unique 5 pin connector. We are happy to help headphone amp requirements and options*

Key Specs: 

Type: push-pull electrostatic circular sound element, open-air type enclosure

Frequency response: 5 – 42,000Hz

Electrostatic capacitance: 110pF (including cable)

Impedance: 145kΩ (including cable, at 10kHz)

Sound pressure sensitivity: 101dB / input 100Vr.m.s. / 1kHz

Maximum sound pressure level: 118dB / 400Hz

Bias voltage: 580V DC

Right/left channel indication: ‘L’ and ‘R’ indicated on the arc assembly (inside head spring), solid line (left) and dotted line (right) on the cable

Earpad: real leather (skin touching portion), high-quality artificial leather (surrounding portion)

Cable: silver-coated 6N (99.9999%) OFC parallel 6-strand, low-capacity special wide cable, 2.5m full length

Weight: 596g (including cable), 454g (without cable)






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My Stax SR-5/SRD-6 from 1976 (one owner) are going just fine... recommend 

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