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Heresy II for mid and high and RF83 for low frequency

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The thing is I find the RF83 to be not too musical for 2 channel music.

Therefore, I disconnected the metal brackets that link the high and low speaker connectors and connect the heresy in parallel with the RF-83 low end

The RF-83 provides the low-end and the heresy provides mid and high.

This combination is breath taking.

However I'm wondering since there is no amp input to the tweeter wheter this can damage the tweeter over time?

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I am not sure about the damage part, but I am sure the Heresys sound great with the 83's helping with the low end.

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Interesting! think.gif

However I'm wondering since there is no amp input to the tweeter wheter this can damage the tweeter over time?

If the tweeter is not hooked up, it will not be damaged! [Y]

Dennie

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