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What's the x-mod delete?

I mis-spoke. It's the X-"curve" delete mod.

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I eventually want to add a separate, dedicated amp and an outdoor volume control.

I LOVE the convenience of mine! (very bottom right corner of this pic)

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Just ordered some KSP 1.1s from Colter, I will give these a try mounted under my deck.

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I eventually want to add a separate, dedicated amp and an outdoor volume control.

I LOVE the convenience of mine! (very bottom right corner of this pic)

Where did you purchase it? OSD? Parts Express?

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Just ordered some KSP 1.1s from Colter, I will give these a try mounted under my deck.

Nice!

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I eventually want to add a separate, dedicated amp and an outdoor volume control.

I LOVE the convenience of mine! (very bottom right corner of this pic)

Where did you purchase it? OSD? Parts Express?

$34 from Monoprice 3 years ago;

http://www.monoprice.com/Product?c_id=109&cp_id=10903&cs_id=1090304&p_id=6851&seq=1&format=2

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Lascala'a are definatly a PA speaker .... they truely shine outdoors at about 5 - 10 meters

I run 3 pair ( 6 ) in my garage system , not much else in the klipsch lineup will compare outdoors .

The Lascala is an ugly duck to start with , so the garage is a good spot for them , personaly i would'nt have them in my house unless they are dressed up as a Belle .

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I think the lascala is a beautiful looking speaker. I don't know why but those and Jubilees being as ugly as they are, I for some reason think they are beautiful looking. I guess the bigger and uglier, the better.

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Lascala'a are definatly a PA speaker .... they truely shine outdoors at about 5 - 10 meters

I run 3 pair ( 6 ) in my garage system , not much else in the klipsch lineup will compare outdoors .

The Lascala is an ugly duck to start with , so the garage is a good spot for them , personaly i would'nt have them in my house unless they are dressed up as a Belle .

Wow...

Like that chick we all knew in high school; when the lights went low there was some beautiful music made!

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I think JB has a pretty cool outdoor speaker arrangement. non-intrusive ala natural.

you'll have to do a little thread research, but he posted them here in the General section.

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I think the lascala is a beautiful looking speaker. I don't know why but those and Jubilees being as ugly as they are, I for some reason think they are beautiful looking. I guess the bigger and uglier, the better.

The lascala looks like it was made by grade 10 shop students in wood working class ....

Builder quality is not my thing , to make it into the house it has to at least appear furnature quality , I have belles in the house but not Lascala's .

I have a " Raw Birch " set of K-horn's " .... I Refinished and modified them before I let them into my Basement HT setup along with a pair of black K's that bring up the rear .

Here is a pic

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I've worked in the bodyshop customizing cars and bikes for over 30 years .... I've lost track of how many speakers i've stripped and refinished over the years .

At least 150 pair ... if not more

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Received these today. Thanks for the tip Jason, and thanks to CP1 for the great deal.post-27403-14062389870716_thumb.jpg

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Well that should be easy to take in in the winter, maby make a little sub for the porch if needed later ?

That is a good deal.

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I've worked in the bodyshop customizing cars and bikes for over 30 years .... I've lost track of how many speakers i've stripped and refinished over the years .

At least 150 pair ... if not more

Ooooooh...

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I've worked in the bodyshop customizing cars and bikes for over 30 years .... I've lost track of how many speakers i've stripped and refinished over the years .

At least 150 pair ... if not more

Ooooooh...

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LOL ..... Lightweight

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Lightweight?! The hell are you chirpin' about with 9 whole posts?

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