Janszen Z-400 Electrostatic Speakers
Arthur Janszen first developed his 5" electrostatic modules in the 1950s working in collaboration with Acoustic Research and Harvard University. He was the first to patent a practical, wide-range electrostatic speaker for commercial use. Janszen used his electrostatic modules in varying positions and varying quantities over the years. The Z-400 is one such example which was first released in 1960.
The Z-400 couples two of Janszen's 5" panels with a 10" woofer in a sealed enclosure. By combing a traditional acoustic suspension design with a relatively new electrostatic concept, the Z-400 has a pleasing and powerful presentation with excellent clarity and full bass extension down to 30Hz.
These historic speakers are available for in-person demos at our showroom in Lawrence, MA
$450 (plus applicable sales tax)
Note: At this time, stands shown are not included.