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Everything posted by nickyboy6100

  1. I totally agree with you. I’ve been putting off building a table tuba for a couple years now. Maybe this fall will be the time I pull the trigger. To be clear, I could live with only La Scala’s. I really like them and have since I got my first pair years ago. They are my favorite klipsch speaker. Even though they don’t go very low.
  2. As much as I try to convince myself that the smaller speakers do 90% of what the big speaker did, they just don’t. I’m not done with big Klipsch. For now, I’m content with La Scala’s.
  3. Well, you’ve got some of the best speakers Klipsch ever made. Enjoy.
  4. Not shocking at all, but I did the exact opposite. I started with Chorus II and ended up with La Scala’s. Chorus II is really hard to beat when set up properly. I prefer both.
  5. M series Yamaha amps work great with Chorus. M-85 was my favorite amp with my Chorus II. I tried quite a few. They all sounded good, but the M-85 definitely took them to the next level.
  6. HK-430 would be my choice for best bang for the buck. I sold one that I wish I would have kept. That said, all the usual suspects sound good with Klipsch Heritage.
  7. I don’t know if it’s because I’m getting older or just didn’t realize it when I was younger, but the last few trips to large cities have been very unpleasant.
  8. I hope not. I try to stay as far from town as I can.
  9. Jeez! That sounds absolutely terrible.
  10. Amps plug into a regular receptacle. I didn’t know how to hook my gear up to the included amps.
  11. Yes. I unhooked them and tested the speakers with my gear. I didn’t know how to test the with the amps installed. They take an odd 5 prong cord that plugs into the organ I assume.
  12. They look really nice in your area. Neil Young is always a great choice to test speakers.
  13. Same here. If I didn’t have La Scala’s, it would be Chorus or Chorus II or the pro version. I’m surprised I chose the La Scala’s over the Chorus II to be honest. There is just something magical about the La Scala’s that I really can’t put in words.
  14. Probably not quite 11, but I used to crank those babies. Yamaha M-85 puts out a lot of power. I tried many amplifiers/ integrated amps with those speakers. Nothing came close to the Yamaha. If I bought another set of Chorus it would be version one just to avoid the placement issues.
  15. Well, when I had my Chorus II’s they were cranked to 11 most of the time.😁 That is one speaker that sounds better the more watts you put to it.
  16. I too owned Chorus II’s for many years. I’ve only heard the original Chorus once and it was probably 10 years ago. I remember it sounded really good and couldn’t tell much of a difference between the two. I think Chorus speakers are the most underrated in the Klipsch lineup. It was really hard to give up the Chorus II for La Scala’s. That said, you can’t go wrong with either Chorus.
  17. I have a pair of La Scala/ Rodgers amplifiers I pulled from a very nice working set of Klipsch La Scala’s. I know nothing about them other than what I have gathered on the forum. Pricing also came from suggestions on the forum so let me know if I’m out of line. PM me if you have any questions or need more info. $150 shipped.
  18. Mine are setup exactly the same. The screw top makes it handy to access the top hat portion. This set looks like it hasn’t seen much playtime. I wish I would have hooked them up with the included amp before I took them out, but I have a lot of gear sitting unused that will pair really well with these beauties. Thanks for all the info.
  19. LSI’s didn’t come with the amps. These came out of a regular home version set. I never new La Scala’s came with their own amps.
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