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  1. Hi Zach, this thread should pretty much address your situation. https://community.klipsch.com/index.php?/topic/171590-1990-la-scala-pair-estimate-please/#comment-2173663 Differences being: 1) location 2) black vs. stained 3) who will buy them WVU80 might be along to give you the most up-to-date numbers, but I believe his tracking generally shows that: For LS in condition A or B the Avg selling price is $1407, high $1500 low 1150. That is a LS in plug and play condition. Good luck with your sale should you decide to go that route.
  2. I think it's safe to say that these are priced so the seller doesn't have to part with them, but can show their partner that (he/she) is actively trying to sell them. Well played Greenvillecycle!
  3. Is this your grandmother? GLWS
  4. Back in Black! Congrats Richie
  5. Ok, it's now expired for me as well. Maybe some odd central standard time thing or the approaching total solar eclipse of doom!
  6. Does say it was posted 2 months ago, but link still works for me.
  7. I'm in the market for a single LS and this would match nicely with the pair of 78' I have running now. So, I'm stuck on the 2nd "problem" identified, being Bob's in SCL and I'm in KC.
  8. Without significant modifications, wouldn't a RB-75 II be too much in competition with the current RB-81IIs? Short of the larger tweet and higher xover.
  9. I'd probably be able to find a spot in my home for either one if I had more disposable income. The veneer on bottom is a nice attention to detail and making the speaker "one", but then I can see an arguement for the CBW riser being different as it helps create the "floating" effect.
  10. Congrats on your acquisition! I believe most would advise against placing the speaker face down. Granted it has the least surface area, but if anything should happen, that's the side that will be viewed the most. Face up is probably the best option with a couple pieces of cardboard in between them like meat on a sandwich. Or I would recommend placing them on their sides with the faces together again with cardboard in between. **Make sure to do a thorough cleaning of the truck bed and then lay down a blanket (or something soft) for the speakers to rest on. Don't want any rocks under there to make scratches/indentations. Regardless of position, make sure they're secured from sliding around. Murphy's law: make sure to account for rain protection and if it's a long drive, you probably don't want direct sunlight on them (can sometimes "yellow" certain finishes). Also bring a 3rd skateboard for backup.
  11. Any movers traveling in the vicinity of Salt Lake to Kansas City in the not too distant future?
  12. Man, I'm diggin' the new distressed oak finish. Well done Klispch!
  13. I was naively hoping i would somehow win the khorns around $1500 plus the quoted s&h charge of $350 to get them to KC. Then the only challenge would have been explaining to the mrs what a good deal we got. Both of those ideas seemed too optimistic. Hopefully they went to a good home.
  14. I'm dipping my toes in the deep end here, but I was under the assumption that with the stock mid driver and AA, isn't the roll off produced naturally by the mid driver itself? Hopefully someone else in the crowd had this question too...
  15. "Burr-Brown PCM DACs with native 192/24 capability." Couldn't find exact model number.