Klipsch Pro La Scala Questions

Discussion in 'Speakers' started by Vishal Shah, Sep 30, 2004.

  1. Vishal Shah

    Vishal Shah Extra

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    I have the opportunity to purchase a pair of Klipsch Pro La Scala's locally. Had a few questions that I hoped some of you guys could help answer:

    1. I currently live in an apartment but am looking to move into a Condo or townhouse sometime within the next 6 months. I know I will not be able to enjoy the La Scala's at full volume until then, but how do they sound at apartment-friendly volume?

    2. How well can these integrate into a home theater setup? I know timbre-matching is key, what are my options in terms of a center channel and some surrounds?

    3. Since these speakers have a 102db sensitivity, they don't require much power to drive them. However, from what I have read, they need clean power. Any opinions on driving them with a Panny XR70 digital receiver?

    4. Lastly, I guess I don't know if it is worth the hassle to replace my Acoustech horn-loaded setup with these La Scala's. I can't make any real convictions about their sound as I haven't heard them yet (I will be listening to them tomorrow), but getting into speakers such as these would require much more investment in the future in terms of other speakers, a sub, etc. I know this questions is more of a ramble, but any thoughts would be appreciated.

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. Dave Man

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    Vishal-I would recommend that you post this question on the Klipsch forum as well. You will most likely get a very quick reply...

    David

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  3. Oren Paul

    Oren Paul Stunt Coordinator

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    I have Cornwalls as my front speakers. I use a RC-7 for my center and RS-7s as surrounds, they match very well.
     

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