Thanks for the replies. I am driving a distance to check out a quartet at the end of the week so I'm trying to rationalize the road trip. He's the original owner and I'm hoping I wont be disappointed in the condition. Represented as in great shape.
If there were originally detailed instructions of some kind I do not have them. Unfortunately my plans seem to be limited to drawings basically showing general dimensions and a couple of pictures of the unit after it was originally assembled.
Seems to me that the area passing through the wall will simply add about 4 inches to the horn and perhaps lower its resonant frequency by a cycle or two which I agree will not be noticeable.
Thanks for the info.
agreed - events at sea should be of great concern to those in charge. hopefully not quite so much for those of us not (yet) directly involved - meaning - I hope the USN folk are throwing every possible resource into the investigations of those events, and that the outcome is good for the US of A, where it means no conflict comes to visit us in person.
eclipse - I wish we were given the day off. in days past (pre-merger, under previous management), we might have been given a chance to do that. but, post-merger, ha! so much has changed... but we did still informally move outdoors to check it out during work. so that was cool.
I have a pair of 1977 vintage crossovers from La Scala speakers for sale. The serial # of the speakers are 11r281 & 11r282.
Shipping via USPS First class should be less than 20.00 anywhere in US.
Both crossovers work, but I when I restored my cabinets and installed new speakers, I used new crossovers because the mids sounded too bright for my taste.
Taking any reasonable offers, just would like to find a good home for them.