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  • Rodgers speakers--Move or Toss?

    I have a Klipsch LaScala BB speaker and a huge 30" EV bass cabinet that came with a huge Rodgers organ I bought that a State Trumpet and three 32' stops. I'm moving so my question is...Should I take with me and try to sell them or is the technology so old that I should toss them? What are they worth? Any advice or interest is appreciated.

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    Hi,

    The items you mention are indeed collectors items. I know there are folks out there looking for those 30" EV drivers. Once you hear them in a proper enclosure doing the bottom octave of a 32' flue, you realize there is no substitution square inches and cubic inches.

    The La Scala speaker is of interest for those into vintage audio.

    Just one caveat, these items are likely to be 40 or more yers old, so their performance may not be as new.

    AV

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    • #3
      Thanks, Arie! I may post them on the classifieds. I'd rather sell them than pay storage to keep them long term.

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      • #4
        As I recall, the LaScala crossover may have seen some modifications over the years, but the drivers are essentially unchanged. It's a decent horn speaker system even today, although it is much larger than most modern speakers. Horns are often preferred by those who like low powered tube amps.

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        • #5
          I've had a pair of LaScala's on my stereo/TV for years. Wonderful for watching movies. Me and the "grands" watched a couple of Star Wars movies this week. They were impressed with th sound!

          Geo

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