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  1. Elijah Wood tweeted us last night with a picture of his Klipsch La Scala and the Klipsch Hobbit t-shirt! For those wondering, we don't pay for Elijah to use La Scalas. He's just a big fan who tweeted us one day about it. Apparently, he is a big-time audiophile. Check out the tubes!
  2. From the album: Restoration La Scala Industrial (part 1)

    <p><p>This is how my LSI looks after restoration.</p></p>

    © Frank van Kasteren

  3. From the album: Restoration La Scala Industrial (part 1)

    The AL-3 crossover is in a very good shape, but not completely original. The Polyswitch tweeter protection is replaced by an electronic tweeter protection with… a light bulp!

    © Frank van Kasteren

  4. From the album: Restoration La Scala Industrial (part 1)

    <p>The previous owner replaced the original banana binding posts by a professional XLR connector, so he had to drill a big hole.</p>

    © Frank van Kasteren

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