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  1. I think you are missing it. He didn't modify the A/4500 networks I had. He didn't build his version of the A/4500. He built new networks from the ground up. Changed the crossover points, different inductors etc. . Get it? Stop being so arrogant. There isn't a need for it. We are talking crossovers so unless you are saying it isn't apple to apples because the values used and the schematic isn't the same then you are correct not apples to apples. However we are talking crossovers here so it's the same ballpark.
  2. Dean didn't add anything to my A/4500 crossovers. He built new crossovers for my Cornscalas based on the drivers being used. On my A/4500 crossovers I did swap some caps out and it made a difference but nothing like replacing the entire network.
  3. It sounds like you are experiencing exactly what I was fighting with my La Scalas. I started with the AL-3 and purchased the a/4500 . I am not a fan of the A/4500. I can't decide if it was the crossover point or the clarity caps or where the problem was in mine. I have a friend that has the ALK universal. His La Scalas are much smoother and they also give the option to adjust mids and highs with a jumper. Very convenient! I also used dynamat on all of the horns. I eventually sold mine as they weren't a great fit in my room, and purchased Cornscalas. With all of that said, talk with Dean and see what he suggests for crossovers. He built the crossovers for the Cornscalas and they won out over the crites and ALK steep slopes. I might still have my La Scalas if I had talked to Dean first. Attached are the Deang crossovers. Good luck on the journey!
  4. I believe it was the same combo. The comment about horn loaded bass couldn't be more spot on. I do think your crossovers brought out the best in the bass department on the cornscalas, but horn loaded bass it isn't.
  5. I had type b cornscalas and la scalas. Dean built crossovers for them and they were magic. While both have "horns" they aren't the same animal. What are you using now? Sent from my SM-N950U using Tapatalk
  6. sold and picked up..... am I sad...yes a little, but they are going to a good home.
  7. Pending sale! Sent from my SM-N950U using Tapatalk
  8. It should be said that these were built by Crites and not by me. Sent from my SM-N950U using Tapatalk
  9. Cornscalas Type B for sale. Stained and painted. Original drivers and ready to be enjoyed by a new owner. I've enjoyed these and finished them myself. Really happy with how they came out. I have the grills but never put the grill cloth on them. It's not like you would want to cover the drivers up anyway. Local pick up only. In Dallas Ft. Worth Area. $1300 Sent from my SM-N950U using Tapatalk
  10. Still have this by any chance?
  11. Pics? Sent from my SM-N950U using Tapatalk
  12. Found some. Thanks! Sent from my SM-N950U using Tapatalk
  13. Do you have the measurements for the 400s? Sent from my SM-N950U using Tapatalk
  14. Looking for a pair of these. Sent from my SM-N950U using Tapatalk
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