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Cristiano Noci

Italian La Scala 1975

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Ciao a tutti,

 

this Is my first post here.

I've just bought this pair of La Scala from an old man who owns It since 1976. 

He was a seller of Klipsh loudspeakers in Torino and for himself he asked for a particular style and color.

He said that Everything Is original (AA crossover and alnico components) and these beauties have been since 1976 in the same position in his house...

 

The sound Is wanderful. I'm using a valve integrated amplifier with 2a3.

 

What do you think about this 'belle" style?

 

Grazie!

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I like it a lot. 

 

Welcome to the forum.

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nice! 

I've shown wife veneered/finished models... she likes the black ones I have

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33 minutes ago, jimjimbo said:

Bellissimo!


} What he said - whatever it means —

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Yes welcome...how are you pleased with their sound...

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33 minutes ago, billybob said:

Yes welcome...how are you pleased with their sound...

Ciao,

 

La Scala ara in my house since 6 days.

 

I'm really pleased and surprised. 

I can't believe that something coming from a past so far (1975) can sound so good and modern. For me is incredible. 

I'm not a freshman in hi-fi audio world...

 

The stage and the disposition of the instrument in the space are great.

The pleasure of listening is fantastic. 

And the most surprising thing are the bass performance: perfect. (I'll kilck next person who say that La Scala has no bass!)

 

I'm definitely in love.

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OK since you're in Italy I'll say it. LaScala has no LOW bass. You need some subwooferage.

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Ciao Christino

J'ai failli les acheter, très content pour toi, est ce un bricolage le bois vertical au milieu, cela a l'air très bien fait ? 

Tu les as eu pour 2700 euros c'est un bon prix ? 

Vas tu changer les condensateurs des crossovers et surtout ne mets pas de sub. 

J'étais à Milan la semaine dernière, je suis un fan de l'Italie 

Bonne journée 

Rodolphe 

 

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Ciao Rudolphe, 

 

Next time you'll be in Milano send me a message and I'll show you the La Scala!

 

All the works on the loudspeakers seems to be made by the fabric. In every case All Is done in perfect way.

 

I paid 2.5. For me Is a right price. I've seen from 3.5 in worst conditions.

I like the belle style, that All Is original and the alnico components...

 

I Will change capacitors buying from Crities and I'm not planning to add a sub. I had b&W, Sonus Faber and Opera loudspeakers and, for me, the bass section now Is Better. A lot better, so... 

 

Hope to meet you in Milano!

 

Ciao,

Cristiano

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Hi Cristiano

 I have had my LaScalas in the house for a little over a year. I'm still smiling, and no subwoofer. They're kickass speakers/

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On 11/7/2019 at 12:57 PM, Cristiano Noci said:

(I'll ki ck next person who say that La Scala has no bass!)

 

YES!👍

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Toe in to a triangular listening position and something on the glass (left speaker)to keep the sound waves from reflecting off will go a long way.

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4 hours ago, Marvel said:

 

YES!👍

Yes kick me or yes don't kick me:)

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13 minutes ago, jason str said:

Toe in to a triangular listening position and something on the glass (left speaker)to keep the sound waves from reflecting off will go a long way.

Unfortunately there Is no space now. It seems that I have take measures of the loudspeakers three Years ago when I did some works... But in the future I'll move the Window and It Will be Better.

Thx

5 hours ago, WillyBob said:

Hi Cristiano

 I have had my LaScalas in the house for a little over a year. I'm still smiling, and no subwoofer. They're kickass speakers/

I'm smiling too! Finally I'm enjoing music and not thinking how to improve or change the cables!

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