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Old 29th January 2013, 04:51 PM   #31
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Uh actually after 9/11 it's among the top secret classified files in Pentagon no I'm kiddin'. it's just Bob's CW1526 made by Eminence as a replacement for Klipsch K-33. that's it
Made for La Scala? Then put them in a La Scala!
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Old 29th January 2013, 04:53 PM   #32
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Made for La Scala? Then put them in a La Scala!
yes I'm gonna do this. but what about HF? I'll use Auto-tech horns + some hi-tech CDs like BMS or Radian...
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Old 29th January 2013, 05:27 PM   #33
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I know nothing about La Scala.

But HF section will be excellent with the horns and CDs we discussed. If you got 2 free corners maybe a Klipsh horn instead of a La Scala? It will match horn HF better I believe.

I would never let such a setup come near a Behringer though. Go for a MiniDSP HD 4x10, it is very good value for money. Not too complicated either. You can do all kinds of IIR filters as well as parametric EQ and delays.
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Old 29th January 2013, 07:55 PM   #34
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I know nothing about La Scala.

But HF section will be excellent with the horns and CDs we discussed. If you got 2 free corners maybe a Klipsh horn instead of a La Scala? It will match horn HF better I believe.

I would never let such a setup come near a Behringer though. Go for a MiniDSP HD 4x10, it is very good value for money. Not too complicated either. You can do all kinds of IIR filters as well as parametric EQ and delays.

I don't have a Klipschorn, nor can I build one. it's hard to build and I just don't have the time. La Scala is much more nostalgic to me and doesn't need a corner. La Scala is a real horn bassbin while Klipschorn behaives a direct radiating all in all which need a room corner to complete the designer plan as a horn.

there is also Vittora speaker with a horn bassbin inspired by La Scala but with more solid and better structure. with a curved profile it sounds much better. it looks nice too. it is the best Horn Loaded Bass Bin ever build IMO

I already have a Behringer 2496 how come you think it's not good? I think it will do the job in the right manner, complication is not important to me



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Old 29th January 2013, 10:04 PM   #35
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I already have a Behringer 2496 how come you think it's not good?
I had a Behringer analog crossover. It broke on first use sending out square wave on the outputs. I just don't trust them.
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