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Hi all! This has probably been answered somewhere before, but I'm not finding it. I'm looking to tri-amp a pair of 1988 Heresy II's I just picked up, and to do the Heresy II->Heresy III conversion on them, and then tri-amp them again. Does anyone have the Heresy II and Heresy III crossover specs? 1) What are the crossover frequencies and slopes? 2) What's the attenuation (padding) of the different drivers? 3) Are any of the drivers polarity inverted? These would be different for the Heresy II, and III -- and I'm looking for both sets of data for before and after the conversion. Thank you!
Salut ! J'ai besoin d'informations sur un centre mirage MC-2. Je sais que le woofer midbass peut descendre à 39 hz mais j'ai besoin de Fs et de tout le reste que je ne trouve pas. 🙄 J'ai besoin de construire 2 boîtes et de l'utiliser comme petit sous-marin ... Merci pour votre aide 😳 This one https://m.cafr.ebay.ca/itm/Mirage-MC-2-Center-Channel-Speaker/254439018356?ul_ref=https://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/706-53473-19255-0/1?ff3=4&toolid=10001&campid=5338479704&customid=e503afce-4e95-11ea-8207-643662343061&mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.cafr.ebay.ca%2Fitm%2F254439018356&srcrot=706-53473-19255-0&rvr_id=2297776332399&rvr_ts=3ffedc9d1700ac3d8910a854fff77508&_mwBanner=1&_rdt=1&ul_noapp=true&pageci=fbaecb0d-e794-4389-b25a-f81769b9bd46
Hi everyone, I'm interested in upgrading my system to R-15PM monitors with a small sub. I would like to listen to high-res audio-files mainly through my Computer/the R-15PM's integrated DAC but I can't find any information on what the dac is capable of. As the speakers will be placed in a small room, I wonder whether the R-10SW is big enough as a sub or if the R-12SW is a very big step up. Thanks in advance for your answers, Tim TL;DR: What are the specs of the R-15PM's DAC? How big is the difference between R-10 and R12 subs?
Well, looks like I had one of those legendary Craigslist days we all hear about - saw an ad for three Klipsch speakers for $120 and they turned out to be Heresy HIP (Heresy Industrial Ported)! They will not win any beauty contests - 7-ply birch with an ugly after-market stain job and some white paint spatter, and each speaker has three large metal eyelets drilled into the cabinets to prevent theft. (Given I paid $40 per Heresy speaker that didn't work very well...) Serial numbers all start with "84" and then the serial numbers (e.g. 01292). Does that make them HIP I or HIP II? If HIP I, does anyone have specs? How can anyone complain about a lack of bass in Heresy speakers? I've tested all three HIP in my 2-channel rig (swapping out), and with speakers poorly placed (see pic) five feet from the wall the bass boom is pounding my head! Are these a different spec from the standard Heresy 1? I'm thinking of running the Heresy HIP as left & right mains plus center channel in my 5.1 home theater, using KG 3.5 for the rear surrounds or possibly KG 4.2. Hsu Research VTF-3 Mk IV sub. Do Heresy's play well with the KG series? If I get RF-7's at some point, would the HIP's as rear surrounds and center still mate well? Thanks for the thoughts, thanks for letting me gush. I'm a happy camper!