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  1. the lascala are 3/4 inch thick plywood walls - the scala 2 - 1 inch mdf - now if you add braces to the Scala - that pretty much is the same -
  2. Greg - what is the wood filler you use Most of the time I use epoxy fillers and glues. Sometimes I use auto-body fillers, it depends on the situation. If I know the area being repaired is going to be covered with plywood (like 1/8" smoothing panel for the veneer), the auto-body filler is fine, but if I know the repair will be directly below the veneer, I prefer epoxy because it is more stable (shrinking/expanding). Greg thanks for the info -that wil help -
  3. if you have pictures - that would guide us to tell me if they are worth it - 300$ is not bad at all -
  4. I vote lascala - period - best value you can find and enjoy -
  5. OO1

    One Sexy Beast

    YEAH and extremely expensive - the only 330 P4 left - 100 million $ - who knows -
  6. -welcome - these are pretty expensive speakers - 3k pounds for sure -your best bet is to go to your local klipsch dealer and audio the speakers there -
  7. now you are talking - I remember when they discontinued Cornwalls - are these scalas timeless -
  8. the amp cost 1500$ - and the selling price is 700$ - is anything wrong with the amplifier - -
  9. USA - Union made - and that is what we want more off - people in this country do a great job and put out a great quality product -hand made , and good for several generations -
  10. fantastic - the beat up scalas are now your pride and joy -
  11. I am glad you got it done -I saw the pictures - great job
  12. There are a lot of workers in the factory at HOPE and their output has never teetered - if the quality can be maintained - the prices will keep going up to reflect the high end product - keeping the jobs here in the USA is crucial for the factory and the clientele of Klipsch which see a link between the 2 - a loyal bond , - PWK had a definite friendship with all the factory workers and that is the spirit that still drives Klipsch today - from the bottom to the top , the goal is the same , to maintain a high quality product that is not high end robbery -
  13. have you tried GOOGONE - that is the safest product out there -http://googone.com/Home.aspx I doubt these logos are painted - I have some of these and they seem to be heat stamped - Yeah, don't spill that on your car's paint. It will take the hide right off of it. +++ Can you find a shop with a bead blaster? Car machine shops use them to safely bead blast metal, including pistons and valves using some kind of sand material. I think the newer versions use chopped walnut as the abrasive material. have you tried GOOGONE - that is the safest product out there -http://googone.com/Home.aspx I doubt these logos are painted - I have some of these and they seem to be heat stamped - Yeah, don't spill that on your car's paint. It will take the hide right off of it. +++ Can you find a shop with a bead blaster? Car machine shops use them to safely bead blast metal, including pistons and valves using some kind of sand material. I think the newer versions use chopped walnut as the abrasive material. no problem with car paint -Yeah watch this -
  14. have you tried GOOGONE - that is the safest product out there -http://googone.com/Home.aspx I doubt these logos are painted - I have some of these and they seem to be heat stamped -
  15. Good deal - good luck with the sale
  16. The AA crossovers should play fine and if they do - dont touch them , you may be surprised in their sound output -the build quality in these years 1977 were exceptional - high quality thicker veneers than the current razor thin
  17. - 1977-these were some of the best Belles made , between 1971 and 2005 - - finish wise , these Belles are just beautiful -
  18. Belles started in 1971 - these are 77 versions with the AA crossover - k55 Vpush pin - k33E woofer -beautiful
  19. I have a pair of Cornwalls to pick up - how can I get hold of the cornwall vault - and can someone explain to me how it all works - tx
  20. all these capacitors are very expensive and high end - you sure know your stuff - how much did you spend so far on caps alone -
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