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  • Recent Posts

    • Not weak bass, just weak low bass.  My experience is the same as you, strong and punchy also with great tonal quality.   Bill
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    • RESULTS !!! The Crites crossover updates came back quickly as I was promised...installed them and muscled my speakers up onto those high corner shelves...hung the 14 ga wire and rigged the "Baby Marantz 2215B"...( the HK's left side just puked....damn ) but...OMG !!! I now have a concert hall in my garage/shop !!!  I have never heard tone like that before ( granted, I never got around much )....all levels amazing...and for those who bitched about Heresy's weak bass....WRONG!!! mine is huge, strong...I cannot use Loudness control other than at low listening volumes. Are the original tweeters a little shrill...perhaps, but I love it all. Proves that even in not the best of spaces, these babies sing. Can't wait to compare tone with the HK when it returns from the doctor ( $$$$$ oh brother )....Thanks Klipsch people and bloggers everywhere!!
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    • American Military University, it's part of the Public University group.  I opted with them since work has a good relationship with them, and there's a chance at some loan forgiveness there.
    • Have a bead on some Aragon amplifiers, and am trying to get an idea for what kind of power and quality I'm dealing with.  There are two amps that stand the chance of being replaced with these Aragon amps, both are UPA series amps from Emotiva, one is the 00 subseries, which I am positive the Aragon would be an upgrade.   However, if I'm going to run an upgrade, I want it to be something that'd perform at the pace of the XPA that now anchors my system.  Does anyone have experience with the Aragon amplifiers?  How about both Aragon and Emotiva?  Comparable?  Vastly different?  If so, how?   ETA: @opusk2k9 - I think these are your amps that I've been stalking.
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