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  1. Hello, i have puchased a set of Lascala II last weekend. Before i have had Lascala I and now i have the Cornwall's playing in the room. in another much greater room i have Klipschorn's playing, First i had them in a (too) snall room but i couldn't get the sound right. (Not two good corners) now i want to play with the Lascala II but i like the bass from te Cornwall therefore i want to rebuild the bassbin from the Lascala II and make it a direct radiating one like the cornwall. The top of the Lascala II will be left (and used, perhaps another tweeter, the Crites ct120) as it is. But i am making a new bass/woofer motherboard and two bassreflex ports underneath the woofer position furthermore i reuse the existing crossover so the only thing i have to do is rebuild the bass bin. So in the end i have the very smooth and nice mid and high fronm the Lascala and the deep and very nice bass from the Cornwall. are there any suggestions that i have to take care for ? nice regards Koos (Netherlands)
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