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  1. Just as a followup to my previous comment. If you want to try Tripath chips, It is important to take advantage of the more powerful Tripath chips now present in some of the better amps, e.g. >30 watts. Unlike the super-cheap T-amp units we've all seen, the more powerful Tripath chips (TK2050 & TA3020) mated with adequate power supplies are need to get the necessary "authority" to drive the sound we expect. Also, T-amps are much better with higher effeciency speakers, especially horns. My belief is folks with less effecient speakers and low power T-amps don't hear what I hear with my LaScalas. The gains in clarity and crispness are exceptionable and nothing is lacking from the bass. FYI Tripath has been out of business for several years and eventually their NOS product will be depleted from the marketplace.
  2. I'm a very, very big fan of t-amps and Klipsch Heritage speakers. Currently using a pair of these with my La Scalas: http://www.parts-express.com/pe/showdetl.cfm?Partnumber=300-383 Outstanding sound for very little $. My tube amp has been disconnected for 6 months now. You may also enjoy David Kan's review in 6moons a few years ago of the Trends amp and Klipsch speakers. http://www.6moons.com/audioreviews/trends/ta10_3.html
  3. Opinions & Advice please. Any advantage to adding spiked feet to La Scala's? (my LS' are currently on carpet over my basement's concrete floor slab) I've done a forum search on the topic and the responses have been mixed & I didn't note any experiences with La Scalas. Thx, Paul
  4. Hi folks - I just picked up IKEA's leather rocker/ottoman set (the POANG). Around $300, excellent quality for the $$ and a great color match to my La Scala boxes. Also, its very comfortable and my ear level is dead-level with my La Scala's mid/tweeter height. Paul
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