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  1. Yes!! This, all day. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Great notes, thanks! I'll check out the hi-cut. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. I am, thanks! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Good idea. I have an R-10SW that I've enjoyed, I'll play with it. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. What are the thoughts around a sub in two-channel audio? I have the Heresy IV - new in!! - and with a bass response down to 48hz, is there any loss of fidelity if I turn on the sub and drop the crossover down to 45-50hz? With my almost complete lack of understanding aside, that shouldn't remove any usable signal from going to the Heresy fronts... Right? Thanks! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. [emoji3166] Crutchfield told me today they had no knowledge of coming stock. I did order walnut. 4 weeks ago. Oh well. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. I don't live near a certified dealer, but all official online dealers list Heresy IVs as either "Out Of Stock" or even as "Discontinued"... !? I also noticed that the official Klipsch website doesn't return results for the Heresy IV, but hides it behind an "older products" link! Screenshot: https://cl.flycl.ps/nOu8X6mw What's going on with Heresy IV stock?
  8. Thanks all for taking your time to drop some links and explain a bit. I appreciate it. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Can someone provide a link to a decent explanation of how this is possible? Digital information over USB cables is not allowed to be lossy. It's not like USB can transfer in some form of local UDP. The exact sequence of 0s and 1s that enters the cable at one end should exit it at the other. I realize the differences in DACs and converting digital one way or the other, but for information transfer...
  10. That's not a terrible idea. If nothing else I'd have it in my back pocket if the oak grain I received underwhelmed me. Do you mean... Minwax? Having trouble finding Winmax...
  11. Think you could do that to a veneer like this? I think I like the deepness of Walnut's grain, that might be where I'm getting caught up here. The idea of deepening the grain via Winmax or whatever hadn't crossed my mind.
  12. I'm trying to decide between the Oak and Walnut cabinets in the Heresy IVs. We have oak floors and an oak console, but the stock photos of the oak make it look kind of meh. Has anyone seen them in person? Thanks!
  13. Yup. This is where I am. Hey do you think Klipsch would sell me the lighter grills separately for the walnut cabinets? I know I want the walnut cabinets, and I may like the darker grills, but then I mocked this up, and wow...
  14. Don't think I'm not considering it. I think I may keep my center channel for TV and video, but may remove the surrounds and go 3.1 or even 3.0. I'll miss surround sound once or twice a month, but the part of me that likes to declutter and keep things minimal vastly out-powers the rest of me :)
  15. I do have a sub, but the receiver doesn't use it for 2-channel audio (by default) and I haven't turned it on because of the apartment situation (and the R26s do a fine job of keeping it balanced). I will admit part of the desire for the Heresys is visual (apartment) but I'm hoping they'll fill the room a bit more compared to what feels like a smaller sweet spot on the towers, although that may be more a function of space and setup.
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