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    1970 Lascalas w/ SVS SB-4000 Sub
    Primaluna EVO300 with KT150's and Re-Issued Red Lion 12AU7 PreAmp Tubes
    HT= Yamaha R-3070 with RF-280Fs

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  1. Another "Good Stuff" bump. I have a single SB-4000 sealed and it's amazing.
  2. Not trying to make things more complex for you but I tend to look for the "consensus" in reviews and recommendations when switching to a manufacturer that I've not had previous personal experience with. (Have you owned any Luman products before?) The downside to consensus is that no relatively decent product line gets mediocre reviews, they are all outstanding values! So I evaluate the worst case scenarios. What kind of warranty? How long is the warranty for and what specifically does it cover? Does my dealer offer a swap program if you hate it? I became a PrimaLuna owner a few years ago coming from using other products and I'm happy with my decision. I'm sure you will be happy once you decide which way to go. What were you using previously?
  3. Might this be an Irish Wolf Hound?
  4. Sound almost catching up to the transducers.
  5. There is another Heritage dealer in CA that's a little bit closer to SF as compared to Upscale Audio. I believe Paradigm has some Lascalas in downtown Sacramento and some other Heritage units up at their Roseville store. I've auditioned some speakers at Upscale in LaVerne CA and his folks are Very knowledgable about all things Audiophile.
  6. I'll make an attempt to redeem myself. I took these F-35 pics at HILL AFB in Ogden UT June last year.
  7. Sorry about the A/C ID error. I had the 35 on my screen and 22 behind it. Not sure why I FUBAR'd the post! Good catch USNRET!
  8. Then you get an awful lot of free Air Shows during the week👊 I'd like to return for a week, maybe next year. I was there circa 1984 and then on to Milton in 1985.
  9. The Blues always make for good photo subjects. Their "Noises" most definitely piss off some neighbors. Others Embrace it! I truly hope that you guys enjoyed the show. Since someone will probably ask about what they're seeing in the pic. As you approach the speed of sound, air molecules build up on the leading edges and parts of the aircraft that are making it difficult for the air molecules to smoothly flow around them, so the molecules build up like a wall (think perpendicular) until they can slow enough to move past that wall of buildup. In this pic, the temp and humidity are such that you don't see the more common cloud of visible vapor, you see the light bending in the water immediately behind the wall. Think of looking through a magnifying glass from a side view. I take a lot of photos at air shows and this one was taken at San Francisco Fleet week some yeas ago. I'm so fortunate the humidity is relatively low in my sound room ;)~ btw- If you see this phenomena on your speaker cones, you've turned it up too loud.
  10. Excellent background information Ceptorman, thanks. Maybe there isn't a big enough target market for a tower in the $3000 to $4000 per unit range.
  11. True enough! Good point. But I can hope for a price point towards the middle, between the RF-7III and Palladium prices.
  12. Kind of, But with next level/state of the art components.
  13. So when will Klipsch release the 3 way FR-X-Twin 10's? It's overdue Señor Bonehead. Yeah I can say that, I'm Hispanic. I'm a Lascala owner considering a Double Vertical Doghouse with two 15's but I'm not convinced it will perform as intended. Think along the lines of an RF-7III with Forte Mid sound.
  14. My Chupascalas have the same black oak veneer exterior. Nasty but not uncorrectable.
  15. Davis Monathan AZ Air Show March 2019. F-35 "Pissing Off The Neighbors and Enemies".
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