Satin Black Ash
Hear every note and nuance with the La Scala AL5 horn-loaded system.
When the La Scala first launched in 1963, Paul W. Klipsch offered it to Arkansas gubernatorial hopeful Winthrop Rockefeller to use as a loudspeaker. Rockefeller went on to use the speaker on a train car later on in his political career.
The La Scala AL5 mixes contemporary and classic design. The updated design features a silver metallic grille clothe, a vertical-grain match to smooth the lines of the piece, and bookmatched real wood veneer finishes.
The AL5 features a newly-designed, highly-efficient tweeter with an extremely high 109 dB sensitivity.
Our 90° X 40° Tractrix horn’s high-frequency performance creates a mammoth sound, bringing the most subtle nuances to the forefront of your listening experience.
Sporting a 1" compression driver, a 2" mid-range driver, and 15" woofer, the La Scala AL5 tields greater acoustic power. What you hear is the most dynamic sound possible for whatever music matches your mood!
Like first words or steps, the opening notes of a favorite song stay with us forever. Hear from Klipsch Principal Engineer, Roy Delgado, about what sets the new LA Scala apart from the rest.
|Frequency Response (+/- 4 dB)||51Hz – 20kHz|
|Sensitivity||105dB @ 2.83V / 1m|
|Power Handling||100W / 400W|
|Crossover Frequency||HF: 4500Hz, MF: 450Hz|
|Tweeter||K-771 1" (2.54cm) Light-Weight Polyimide Diaphragm Compression Driver Mated to a 90° x 40° Tractrix Horn|
|High Frequency Horn||Tractrix|
|Midrange||K-55-X 2” (5.08cm) Phenolic diaphragm compression driver|
|Woofer||K-33-E 15” (38.1cm) Fiber-composite cone with a folded horn|
|Enclosure Material||Birch plywood and MDF|
|Enclosure Type||Fully horn-loaded|
|Finishes||Natural Cherry, Satin Black Ash and American Walnut|
|Grille Cloth||Silver Metallic|
|RMS Power Handling (Watts)||400|
|Number of Speakers||2|