Absolutely agree. I am in love with the sound of them, but without a sub, there is a giant hole in the bottom octaves that sucks the life out of music a bit. My opinion, no EQ needed. Put of curiosity, do you feel a need to EQ them? If I am casually listening at quite low volumes, I MAY boost treble a touch. Hoping cable swapping will take care of this and brighten system up a bit for my taste.
It seems that these Heresy tweeters dislike shipping in a big way. Out of three pair of Heresy that I have had shipped or delivered to me, only a single speaker arrived with a tweeter working. After a chat with Bob Crites on Saturday he tells me these diaphragms are very fragile and that this is a pretty regular occurrence.
To be clear this was nothing to do with the transport, or the owner at fault, for all I know they could have went out while I unloaded them to my garage or bringing them in the house. I’m not looking to assign blame in this situation, I simply need new tweeters.
I don’t really trust my eyes at this stage to start frigging with swapping diaphragms. I probably need bifocals but don’t have them. Anyways, I have two pair now of K-77 tweeters, although I believe this pair in particular are K-77M per Larry’s original ad.
I would be okay with swapping my bad tweeter pair for someone’s functional pair and pay the upcharge for diaphragm replacement as well. Just throwing some options out there. Thanks.