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  1. Only if you turn it up loud enough for there to be audible distortion. You could connect a 10,000 watt amp to them and be fine under the same circumstances.
  2. Giving my THTs a workout tonight with some old school Bass 305. If you like techno music and massive bass check their series out. Even if you don’t like techno music but still want to hear and feel your subs pound give them a listen
  3. Repost in the Garage Sale section down below. 👍
  4. It’s never shown when I’m on my phone, even though I’ve had the Show Signature button checked. It only shows up if I use my laptop.
  5. I’d go with either the 450 or the 64. Either one would be a huge upgrade sonically.
  6. Excellent deal! I’d be all over them.
  7. @soulcat If the risers don't have an obvious way to to be removed I'd just leave them there. Good call on the spade connectors, I use them also and it makes connection a lot easier. Do you mind if I ask what you're paying for them?
  8. Crites tweeters are titanium. In my experience they offered more detailed treble than the factory drivers. Some have called it sizzle. Virtually all Klipsch three-way speakers will sound more balanced than their two-way models.
  9. I’ve had Pioneer Elite and Marantz in the past and I would go with the Marantz.
  10. @soulcat Congrats! Your Heresys were made in 1984 and are Walnut Oil finished. Lots of people use Watco Rejuvenating Oil on Klipsch speakers with an oil finish. More than likely yours are the Heresy “1.5” version which uses the midrange driver from the Heresy II. It was kind of a transitional model. As far as I know, the only factory riser offered for the Heresy is a slanted riser that tilts them up in front to aim the speaker up a little. Any factory riser is easily removed with four screws accessed from the bottom. I would just listen and enjoy them before you start any crossover work. One thing I would suggest and that I’ve done with all my vintage Klipsch is to remove the cabinet backs, locate the crossover and loosen and tighten all the screws on it. This will remove years of oxidation and give a better signal path to everything. I think some people see a Heresy and its 12” woofer and think man these things should pound out the bass! These are usually people who have had cheap speakers with big woofers and are used to bloated, overemphasized bass.
  11. You should move them forward a bit. The rear ports need room to breathe.
  12. Time to move your speakers and/or your listening position.
  13. My best friend bought a KG-SW new years ago. He had it for a really long time. It did really well for music and movies of the time. Not an LFE sub of course but great for music.
  14. My five Klipsch Heresys are 40+ years old and sound better than the vast majority of speakers manufactured today. For your RF-7s I would check to make sure the bi-wire jumpers are tight so that the woofers are getting a good signal.
  15. She’s on a trip with her dad and sisters. Just me and the dog who is 17 and mostly deaf. I hope to join him in the mostly deaf category by week’s end. 😄🔊🔊🔈🔈🎶🎶
  16. You don’t respect my stuff, I don’t respect you. Plain and simple. There are plenty of stable women out there.
  17. Try the vacuum method then enjoy your singleness.
  18. Repost in the Garage Sale section farther down the forum. 👍
  19. That’s a scammer. There’s other threads in the Alerts section about them.
  20. wuzzzer


    I live close by and saw those as well. Was curious what the seller means by $700 each. Each pair? Each component? Each complete speaker?
  21. You can, but it’s a terrible idea.
  22. Sounds like the AVR is getting a two channel, non-LFE signal and not getting any info to the sub. Do you have any of your speakers set to Large in your receiver? If so, set them all to Small.
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