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    LaScala Help

    Hi Guys, So it appears I over looked something simple. After swapping the tops the problem didn't follow. As I was diagnosing things I hard wired around all of the out board gear between the console and the amps to make sure that I didn't have a piece of bad gear. I have a DBX compressor in in the inserts for the main channels L&R. I forgot that, so as I was eliminating things, it was always in the mix. It is the culprit. Thanks for all of your help. Below are some photos of how I have them installed Blessings, Nick
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    LaScala Help

    Thanks for the help, I will swap the tops tomorrow. As for the cable, my thought there is that if it where the cable, or at least the main cable from the amp, I wouldn't get any sound out of the speaker. As it is I am getting sound out of the top.
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    LaScala Help

    Hi Thanks for your replies. I checked all the wiring on the outside of the speakers . When I took the cross over out and undid the wires from the terminal strip, none of them where loose. I will check the wires in the woofer cabinet. All of the wiring from the amp is new with fresh banana plugs. I checked the banana plugs to make sure they where all tight. Outside of a loose wire, the intermittent nature is what is confusing. Thanks, Nick
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    LaScala Help

    Hi, This is my first post. I checked other post to see if I could find an answer. I didn't see one so I thought I would ask. I have a pair of LaScala industrial speakers installed at my church. Recently one speaker started losing the lows. At first I thought it completely quit working, but upon further inspection I could hear sound out of the high/mid speaker. This pair has a separate high/mid cabinet and a woofer cabinet. The problem is also intermittent which made it really hard to chase down at first. I am powering them with a QSC RMX 1450 amp. I believe the problem is in the crossover but not sure. I a little over my head. Nothing looks like it has gotten hot or going bad. Any help would be appreciated Thanks, Nick
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