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wuzzzer

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  1. $17.05 includes shipping and up to $50 insurance.
  2. Yeah I’d do as Randy suggested. Medium flat rate Priority Mail box and pack it well.
  3. Heresys are pretty incredible. Tons of sound in a small package.
  4. Check out JEM Performance Audio, they’re the only Klipsch authorized crossover service company. They’ll be able to help you out.
  5. Very nice! Post some pics of the labels on the speakers and the boxes if you get a chance.
  6. Brent’s funeral was today. Had a nice slideshow of him, family and friends. Lots of emotions but his suffering and pain are gone and he’s now at peace.
  7. A good friend of mine passed away today from complications of Parkinson's disease. He was diagnosed with it over 10 years ago and degraded rapidly. The past couple years he was just a shell of his former self. Couldn't speak, basically catatonic. He bought a pair of RF-7s when they first came out. They were maple. He and his wife had us over and I remember listening to tons of music on them. It was the first time I had ever heard or seen them. I was in love with the cerametallic cones and the maple finish was gorgeous. They sounded incredible and he was only using a mid-level Denon receiver. I was hooked from that point on. Shortly after that I bought a pair of RF-25s and eventually made my way up to RF-7s. Then the Heritage bug bit and that's where I'm at now. Brent's favorite songs to play on his RF-7s were Hotel California and Take Me Home (Phil Collins). I'll always think of him when I hear those songs.
  8. Your receiver has pre-outs for 11 channels, so you'll have to get an external amp to connect to the HEIGHT2 pre-amp outputs and connect your second Atmos pair to that amplifier. Don't wire your second Atmos pair into any other speakers.
  9. Run separate wires, although you’ll be limited to 7.1.2 since your receiver can only power 9 channels.
  10. wuzzzer

    What I Got Today!

    Awesome! What are you going to use them for?
  11. I had one years ago that I used for a long time. It was really cool to watch.
  12. You’d notice it more with two channel since the center speaker handles the majority of movie sounds.
  13. Similar situation here. About 15 years ago I bought a pair of forte II for $275, a few days later a pair of Belles showed up for $500 and I passed on them. 😬
  14. Don’t use two centers. I use a single Heresy and it’s a fantastic center.
  15. Did you not see the sticky at the top of this section?
  16. I would say as-is you’re looking at $1000-1500.
  17. This thread is old enough to legally drink!
  18. I’ve had Heresys with both top and bottom placement of the input strip from the factory.
  19. The badges are from the late 70s. Very possible that they are Decorator models that came without grilles and a flush motorboard and someone made custom grilles for them.
  20. You don’t really need to make three separate posts in three separate forum areas about the same thing.
  21. Kind of piggy backing off the thread I made about using an identical LCR, I’m curious how many on here have not only that but also matching surrounds, rear surrounds, etc. I have 5 Heresys in my home theater. Front mains are from 1982, center is from 1980 and surrounds are from 1985. My surrounds are technically “1.5” models but close enough for me. It took me quite a while to put this setup together but I was patient and waited for the right deals to come along. I just missed out on a pair of Heresy II for $200 locally a couple weeks ago that I would have used as overhead Atmos speakers. The sound is amazing. Movies and multi channel music is awesome.
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