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Certainly, tons of turntables, cartridges and phono preamplifiers are being produced as well. So is the sky falling or is it not? As inconvenient as records and tapes were, the CD was really produced as a stopgap to all the piracy that was going on. After a major resurgence, vinyl is probably going to wind down a bit.
While most of the audiophile remasters are still being done with great care, a lot of what the remaining major labels are kicking out is definitely sub par. And even the reissues are less than adventuresome in the choices being made.
The bad news is that you are going to pay dearly for it. All of this supply and demand stuff is what it is. Will vinyl keep rolling merrily along? I hope so, but I hope that we can see a little bit more attention paid to quality, instead of just banging it out.
Oh yes, they were mine. The next question was how to get the damn things back to the TONE studio. At 24 x 24 x 38 inches and weighing around pounds each, I could not fit both of them in my i3 at once, so on this day, it would be two trips to Echo Audio to bring the booty home.
Decoding the production codes reveals that they were made in January of my senior year in high school, just about the time I was getting thrown out of the local hi-fi store for wanting to crank Pink Floyd on a new pair of LaScalas.
I suspect this is why Klipsch horns got a bad rap at the beginning of the hard core audiophile movement. Garbage in — garbage out was never more relevant than it is with these speakers. Inside the massive plywood cabinet, lurks three drivers: The new ones are prettier, but they weigh almost twice as much.
Klipsch claims the new model to offer better sound, but vintage hi-fi forums will argue this point forever. And this is a speaker that you can pick up a lot of room gain moving them closer to the wall. Around back lurks the crossover network, with oil filled capacitors and a few inductors.
Decisions like this make the hobby fun. We will probably update the crossovers somewhat and report back at a future date, so stay tuned.
These speakers will pin you to the wall with ten watts per channel if you can even stand it that loud. The LaScalas deliver mega dynamic swings, even at low volume. Or you could buy a new pair, they still make em. Who knows, maybe we can talk the friendly folks at Klipsch out of a new pair for a comparison?This essay may lead you into a short trip of my experience with books and writing.
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