The La Scala II delivers the same sparkling highs, extreme output and unsurpassed low distortion bass response as the original design. It also continues to utilize the same horn-loaded drivers as the Klipschorn, making it highly efficient and able to produce high volumes with undetectable distortion.
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Fully horn-loaded, 3-way system with a folded-horn 15" woofer, 2" midrange and 1" tweeter compression drivers
Capable of extreme output levels with ultra low distortion and astonishing dynamic range
Available in a high-quality Black Ash, Cherry, or Walnut wood veneer finish
The original La Scala was unveiled in 1963 and named after the Teatro alla Scala in Italy. Cosmetically improved over the years, the La Scala II provides Klipschorn-like performance from a smaller cabinet that does not require corner location.
Handcrafted in Hope
The Klipsch La Scala II cabinet is proudly handcrafted in Hope, Arkansas just like it always has since 1963.
Compared to the original, the La Scala II includes a grille to cover the mid and high frequency horns. The bass horn cabinet walls are now constructed of 1-inch thick MDF rather than ¾-inch plywood to offer more support, decrease resonance and deliver cleaner bass response.
The La Scala II is available in a variety of high-quality wood veneer finishes, including cherry, walnut and black ash.
Please note: Klipsch Heritage Series products are built to order, with cabinets that are handmade in the US at our Hope, Ark. manufacturing facility. Choose "standard shipping" and allow up to 8 weeks turnaround time.
The Great American Speaker Company
Our founder, Paul W. Klipsch, was an engineer, inventor, madman and certified genius. He spent his life trying to bring the world better sound. Since 1946, we have carried on our founder's passion for delivering the best home audio experience possible.
You're not buying a speaker - you're buying a piece of American audio history built on more than 70 years of badass acoustic technology.