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In the process of swapping out the woofer in a La Scala bass bin, I encountered the typical stuck-to-the-gasket, flush mounted access panel. So, after removing ALL the panel screws, I went and got one oversize screw and ran that into the panel about 5/8" deep. Then I used a small prybar to pull the panel up. It is not my original idea, many machinery parts have a threaded hole for the purpose of attaching a puller. 

 

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On 9/1/2019 at 5:33 AM, glens said:

Would've been the first thing I tried, too!

 

It was the second thing I did. 🙂  First was to slip a putty knife into the gap and give it a nudge, a method that sometimes breaks it loose.

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I had the pleasure of visiting some beautiful people in their cool looking house. Here is a picture of their piano.

 

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Enjoying a show from front row center places me at about the same distance as when I listen to my home speakers. I can't claim a qualified A-B comparison, but it does sound really good when listening to my Klipsch speakers afterward.

 

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Have not done anything different with my stereo recently. Sometimes I like to go out to places where I just hear a soft breeze through the leaves, or some birds chirping.

 

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I lived out in the Rockies for some years after growing up in WI.  The scenery is majestic and terrain obviously more or less greater in 3D qualities out there..  I ended up back (slightly different part of midwest) where it doesn't matter what the horizon looks like because it can't be seen for the Hardwood Trees.  The eastern mountains are better for their non-high-altitude-desert qualities but there's too many other folks everywhere.  The story is that used to be when white man got here a squirrel could start out on the east coast and make it to the Mississippi without ever touching the ground if it so wanted.    I've seen in writing that Indiana was 85% forested back then, but the white man handily reversed that figure by the early 1900s.  No stereos or such but it must've been great to have seen and lived in its "original" state.

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