servo static one tweeter same as 2000a tweeter?

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  1. muscmp

    muscmp Active Member

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    i have the chance to get a "working" tweeter from a servo static one speaker. it looks the same as mine but i'm not sure if it would be compatible or not. it is only $20 so as a backup for mine, it is a no brainer--as long as it is compatible. note that mine are working fine but i've heard of problems with them.

    here is the pic from the ad.

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  2. tubed

    tubed Lunatic Member

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    Looks the same
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  3. muscmp

    muscmp Active Member

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    great. thank you. i need to dig my 2000a out of the garage and check it out. thanks again, mikeB
     
  4. E-Stat

    E-Stat AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    Looks like Arnie used the same RTR tweeters found on Robert Fulton's Modular J.

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  5. pauljh

    pauljh Active Member

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    RTR was owned by the same investment group that owned Infinity. The Servo Statik 1/1A and the 2000/2000A all used RTR electrostatic tweeter panels. I have two weak tweeters in my 2000As, and I’ll replace them if I ever see a good price on a few of these panels.
     
  6. muscmp

    muscmp Active Member

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    that's why i think i should grab this one. how do i know it is a working one? ohm reading?

    here is a pic of one of my 2000a. seems to be the same.
     
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  7. swechsler

    swechsler Frog Whisperer

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    I think you have to test it. ES drivers should read as open since there's no direct connection between the stators and the diaphragm.
     
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  8. muscmp

    muscmp Active Member

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    thanks,
    mikeB
     

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