Bibliography on plasma loudspeakers



Troubleshooting & Repairing Consumer Electronics Without a Schematic (Paperback) by Homer L. Davidson. 461 pages Publisher: McGraw-Hill/TAB Electronics; 3 edition (January 15, 2004) Available at
Loudspeaker and Headphone Handbook by John Borwick, third edition, 2001 Focal Press, Oxford, ISBN: 0240513711. Contains a mathematically detailed description of ESL operation written by Peter Baxandall, including enough detail about the venerable Quad ESL63 to allow close duplication of the design (if you're so inclined). (Mark Rehorst) Available at
Electrical coronas Leonard B. Loeb, Univ of California Berkeley Press 1965  
Mass transfer in Corona discharges R.S. Sigmond, Journees ARC Chimie des Plasmas du CNRS Ed: Masson, Paris  
Electro-acoustic transducer using corona effect Alain Deraedt, Preprint AES 3037 (F2) February 1991  
"Francois Bastien Acoustics and gas discharges: application to loudspeakers J.Phys. D. Applied Physics N20, 1987  
The corona wind loudspeaker Gerald Shirley, JAES vol.1-25-jan 1957  
Sound sources with corona discharges Kuchiro Matsuzawa  




The unipolar corona space charge flow problem R.S. Sigmond, Journal of Electroacoustics 18 (1986) pp.249-272  
simple analytic alternative to Warburg's law J.E. Jones, M. Davies and M. Goldman Journ. Phys. D 23 (1990) pp543-552  


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