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  1. wetowne

    Inexpensive Integrated Amplifiers

    I can recommend Musical Paradise gear for those wanting to get into tubes on a budget. My Fortes and this one are a match made in heaven. The construction quality is very good for the price and mine sounds amazing with upgraded KT88 Gold Lions. http://www.musicalparadise.ca/store/index.php?route=product/product&path=59&product_id=54
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    Heresy III slope angle?

    Thanks for the info and suggestions. I do appreciate it.
  3. Any Heresy III owners happen to know the angle in degrees that the sloped risers provide? I've been experimenting with speaker placement with my Heresy Is and do notice an improvement when I angle them back. I'm just using books to prop them up for now but I'm thinking of a more permanent solution. Just wondering what the actual specs are.
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    Heresy's after long nap.

    Well I fired them up today no problem. Using a six watt tube amp and they sound great. These things love tubes.
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    Heresy's after long nap.

    I'm waiting on Amazon to deliver some banana to spade adapters so I can wake 'em up and hear how they sound after all that time in the closet.
  6. wetowne

    Heresy's after long nap.

    These are the oiled walnut with the risers. I paid a little extra at the time.
  7. wetowne

    Heresy's after long nap.

    I'm still happy with my Fortes after 33 years.
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    Heresy's after long nap.

    I got 'em when I bought my first house. My son and daughter-in-law just bought their first house this week and these will be a house warming gift. I hope they like them.
  9. Bought these new in 1977 retired them in 1985 when I upgraded to Fortes. I just dragged them out of the back of my closet today after 33 years. Amazing what a little vacuuming and some Old English scratch cover will do.
  10. Klipsch figured out how to get more bass from the Heresy back in the eighties, It's called the Forte.
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