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  1. I had the opportunity to hear John's JBL speakers firsthand and they are every bit as good as he has described and more. John takes great pride in his speaker builds and his earlier Klipsch La Scala's made the stock one's sound very ordinary.
  2. YES On a VPI custom HW19, TNTV platter, stand alone motor, using a DV507 arm.
  3. Do you still have the Takatsuki 274B Matched Pair? Cheers
  4. I have a pair of Philips 6sn7gt miniwatt Australian made, and one RCA grey glass 6sn7. Currently running Tungsol Russian reproduction 6sn7gtb's. I was told the early USA Tungsol 6sn7 from 1940's are good too.
  5. Both yours and mine were built by Kevin Kuskopft. John and I had them built together. I followed John's updates but stopped at the crites CW 15", Trachorn, K55V dual phase plug, Jbl 2404h (recently installed NOS genuine diaphragms), and ALK Universals. I decided to line the dog house with bitumen / cork, and place a wad a polyester matting to dampen.
  6. To which bass driver's? I've placed Crites cast framed 15" woofers to my La Scalas with good results.
  7. The Real McCoy with Sonicap. http://www.alkeng.com/dload_xo.html This set sold for 350 pounds and had the cheaper Solen caps! http://theartofsound.net/forum/showthread.php?49148-ALK-Universal-Network-Crossovers-for-Klipschorns
  8. Item: ALK Universal Crossover network Location: Queensland Price: $450 Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: Upgraded to gentle slope Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: http://www.alkeng.com/ These are the original "ALK Universal" (not the economy) replacement crossover network for the La Scala, Belle, and Corn Scala as been reimplement for Klipsch based 3-way loudspeaker. Pictures:
  9. Checked the photo's on ebay and saw that there was some water damage on the bottom rears of these speaker. I know that Klipsch used plywood on their heritage series but MDF was incorporated also.
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