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Greetings,

 

I have a pair of Black Birch Klipsch La Scala for sale in  Rocky River, Ohio.

 

These have been untouched since they were installed in a Church as part of a Rodgers organ installation in 1977.

 

They work perfectly and the original Crossovers are oil caps.

 

I will amend this message with Photos as I figure out how.

 

$1200.00 obo *SOLD* 4-7-21

 

 

 

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scam, 

that email sent me a message also OPS delete and block user 

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39 minutes ago, natureclone@gmail.com said:

Greetings,

 

I have a pair of Black Birch Klipsch La Scala for sale in  Rocky River, Ohio.

 

These have been untouched since they were installed in a Church as part of a Rodgers organ installation in 1977.

 

They work perfectly and the original Crossovers are oil caps.

 

I will amend this message with Photos as I figure out how.

 

$1200.00 obo

 

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, DCaIrvine said:

scam, 

that email sent me a message also OPS delete and block user 

can you post the email    --------but delete your private email address

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1 hour ago, RandyH000 said:

can you post the email    --------but delete your private email address

I do not know what was referred to about "the email sent me a message". Another user sent me an inquiry using my email address and some others sent inquiry using the messaging in forum.

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you replied several times --------GLWS -  hope you sort it out

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The cool thing is that the tweeter and mid drivers would have hardly any use due to the attenuators cranking them way down. 

A nice feature is the top is removable for easy access to the mid and tweeter.  The bottom is still the access for the woofer.

This is the configuration my LaScalas came in from 1976.  

 

The Rogers amps had a thin sheet of aluminum newspaper plate between the amp and the cabinet.  You could see some the news of that day on the aluminum.   I would have spent more time looking but the seller was keeping the amps and I wanted to get out of there before he changed his mind :)   The plywood of mine was a bit "chippy" from many years in a hot choir loft but nothing a little epoxy couldn't cure.  These look nicer than mine.

 

You might show a more complete picture of the crossovers.  They are easily converted to standard AA's

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Yes these had Rodgers amps with a newspaper plate of a 1976 Buick ad.

 

If the amps are important to anyone they certainly could be included.  One was working and one had a noisy power supply.

 

The Crossover is an "AA" as seen in the photos.   I will take more crossover photos.

 

Thank you for looking

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I appreciate all of the interest in the La Scalas.  I am sure the new owner will be very pleased to have a nice pair that have been in a time capsule for so long and can now breath again.

 

Thank you for the Forum for allowing me to post these as a new user.

 

Warm regards

 

Keith

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