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Originally Posted by carp View Post
I haven't heard the La Scala'a, always wanted to though. Aren't they much closer to a full range speaker than the 212's? Do you have subs?
I currently use a Lil'Wrecker but have a quad of AE IB15s that I plan to put in the wall over Christmas. As for the range on the Scalas, they're large, but their bandwidth isn't -- they start falling off rapidly at about 100 Hz, and by 70, they're done. My Chorus IIs have a much better midbass and integrate with the Wrecker much more easily.

That said, if you get the chance to hear the La Scalas, definitely go for it. They look pretty bad on paper, but in real life, there's something about them.

Originally Posted by HTPCat View Post
I have original 212HT(R) for my LCR and Slanted 8s for surrounds and 2 seaton subs. You are welcome to demo in Sacramento, CA area. I owned a pair of La Scala's in the 70s enjoyed them, but couldnt really compare too long ago although i suspect the 212s are a superior speaker.[emoji6]
Thanks, I appreciate that!
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