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I have a 5.1 system comprised entirely of older Heresy 2s (which I love). I've got Klipsch subs connected to the two front speakers as well as to the regular sub output. All are connected to an older Denon AVR 3805 (but I never use anywhere near the power it's capable of). The sound is spectacular! I recently moved to a smaller and place and while I have room for the existing front speaker arrangement, the Heresy 2s I have for the rear are much too large. I'm presently using smaller Mirage omnipolar speakers in the rear but they sound terrible (timber matching couldn't possibly be worse and the heresy 2s are a great deal more sensitive so I must turn the fronts all the way down and the mirages all the way up). Does anyone have any suggestions regarding speakers (new or older models) that are at least somewhat compatible with the heresy 2 fronts? The system was put together by a friend but I'm not very knowledgeable of such things and don't really know what I'm doing. Suggestions would truly be most appreciated. Thank You so much!
Up for sale is a pair of black RB-61s (not IIs) in outstanding condition, with original boxes. The RB61s were only used for a short while as rears in a 7.1 Reference setup. Boxed them up and put them in a corner 2 1/2 years ago when I moved to an all Heritage setup. After pics, I put the speakers back into the original shipping box ready sell. (I did not want too . . . was saving them for a special occasion. Wife said, "But you do not have any other Reference speakers. And, if you ever want to buy another Heresy, the RB-61s have to move out!" There is a small hairline surface scuff (not through the vinyl) I tried to capture in a pic with flash on. The flash magnifies it in the fuzzy picture below. I just did not want anyone to buy them and say . . . "Hey, I see a tiny hairline scuff (not through the vinyl) on the top of the speaker when I shine a 3000 watt Halogen light on it!" Yes, I could have put some black marker, or shoe polish, or some other trick on there to cover it up. I figure that the new owner, if bothered at all, could elect to do that. Again, I never saw it until I took a pic of the top with a flash and then looked at the fuzzy magnified pic. Believe me, with little previous use, perfect corners, perfect cones, and excellent cosmetics (grills excellent too), you will not be disappointed. $250 cash for forum members; local pickup in south metro Atlanta, GA or $250 plus shipping . . . they are in their original boxes and ready to go.