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These Heresy III's were purchased a year and a half ago and have only been used sparingly. They sound outstanding, but since I bought my RF-7II's, I just don't use them much anymore. I've hung on to them for awhile thinking I might use them later, but its become clear that someone else can benefit from these excellent speakers! If you would like additional, detailed pictures, please ask!! I do not have the boxes, and the risers are not original. I purchased the risers from a guy in Arkansas that specializes in Klipsch-related things like that. They are not a perfect color match, but if you didn't point it out, it would hardly be noticeable. There are zero cosmetic or operational defects. Like I said, I will gladly provide more pictures if requested. If you are near the Charleston, SC area and would like to audition them, I'd be more than happy to hook them up. I have no intention on turning a profit here, just simply looking to get these speakers in the hands of someone who will appreciate them! Asking $1300 for the PAIR/OBO Thanks for looking!
I am new to the forum and have very little knowledge of audio equipment but am trying to piece together a quality system that will last a very long time and sound so good I won't want to change it up every year but I know that is very unlikely with this hobby. I have read so many outstanding reviews of the Heresy III that I am having trouble taking my eyes off of them. I know they are expensive and the Is and IIs can be rebuilt for much less but I don't have any experience rebuilding speakers and would rather have something I am confident will last the next 30 years. I would like to pair it with a nice tube amp but the Peachtree Audio Decco65 has caught my attention because of the new features that make streaming quality music to it very easy. I know it has one tube in it but am curious if anyone has run a pair of Heresy IIIs with this amp. It sounds promising but any feedback would be great. The Jolida FX10 also sounds like it is a solid bet but it seems they have been discontinued so would have to find a nice used one. The vintage amps are what I was originally after but these new tube amps seem to be real competitors in my mind. Can anyone give me some suggestions on tube amps that you have run with these speakers? This system will go in my office to double as a listening room so it won't be in a large room. Thanks in advance for any advice and suggestions.