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About cincymat

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  • Birthday 10/13/1956

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  • Location
    SW Ohio
  • Interests
    Music, Motorcycles, Photography, and Klipsch speakers! doh!!!
  • My System
    My 2 channel system
    Heresy III Chief Bonehead Signature Edition, , Decware Rachel SET amp, Conrad Johnson PV10B tube preamp, Emotiva DC-1 DAC, Mac based music server, Thorens TD-160 with Ortofon Blue 2M cartridge

    My 5.1 Home Theater:
    Marantz NR-1604 for center and rear, Khorns front through Hypex nCore mono blocks, Ascend Sierra 2 center and rear channels. Rythmik F-15 subwoofer.

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  1. Well, I’ve been married for almost 40 years so you must be referring to a younger pup.
  2. Wow, all this over a pair of H III. Just aim the darn things so the mids and tweeters don’t aim directly at your ears. Questions? Read PWK. Good Lord........
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    Stereophile on the Heresy III

    Ok, here are two, Mark
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    Stereophile on the Heresy III

    Do you have a link to the stands you bought?
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    Stereophile on the Heresy III

    https://critesspeakers.com/heresy-slant-risers.html there you go. Maybe not as pretty as the Klipsch risers but my Heresy III didn’t come with stands as I bought them through the Klipsch Museum sale. However, they are signed, “Chief Bonehead” and that has to be worth something !
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    Stereophile on the Heresy III

    Just put mine on stands from Bob Crites tonight. I think they really help. Running mine with a Decware Rachel 5 watts per channel SET amp. Joni Mitchell on vinyl sounds just as it should, angelic. M
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    Stereophile on the Heresy III

    Listening to my Heresy IIIs seriously for the the first time tonight. I’m totally surprised by how good they sound in direct comparison to my La Scalas. I think the Heresy III fit my small listening space better. Much larger soundstage and just as smooth in the midrange as my La Scalas. Their small size lends itself to more precise location than the larger Heritage offerings. These are serious speakers. Oh, just to be clear, my Khorns are in a league of their own. However, that’s a different room and story! Hope this helps anyone who has a smaller listening space but wants to hear the vaunted Klipsch Heritage Sound. Heresy III's will not disappoint you. Mark
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    KLIPSCH La Scala Custom Cherry / Black Speakers Near Mint

    Yep, by quite a lot, IMHO.
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    Vinyl - Record Spinning

    We went from winter to summer in about a week. Spent this morning getting the pontoon boat ready to go in the lake tomorrow. Seems like the job takes longer with every passing year. Cooling off, sipping some Woodford Reserve, listening to Steely Dan's Katy Lied. It's my least played Steely Dan album. Not sure why.
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    Vinyl - Record Spinning

    Just in the La Scala vinyl room, Dire Straights, Brothers in Arms, 2 album set with the same recordings as the CD. Guess the original album shortened a few songs to fit the medium. In particular the sax solo at the beginning of Your Latest Trick.
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    Vinyl - Record Spinning

    That's a nice deck.
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    Vinyl - Record Spinning

    It's a TD160 with a custom plinth.
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    70th anniversary La Scala II

    Welcome to the forum! Post pictures, or it didn’t happen! 😎 I had to get off the link quickly. I felt my credit card whispering sweet nothings in my ear....
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    Vinyl - Record Spinning

    Continuing the slowing of the week,
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    Vinyl - Record Spinning

    Mike's twin brother light, makes the La Scalas sound better, it does...
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