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Insulating my Klipsch Heresey


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21 minutes ago, ccawker said:

So i used wood glue to go over the joints and side braces and i heard if you put a little insulation across the back it would tighten things up a bit more.....any comments on this or  should i just leave it and enjoy?

Do you mean weather stripping to seal the back panel or damping material?

 

Bill

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I read your title as insulting, not insulating...made me chuckle...

 

Regarding insulation 

 

My understanding from Roy (at Klipsch), "if we feel a speaker needs insulation we add it....if we don't....we don't"

 

So, if the Heresy doesn't have any, then I'm guessing your gains would be very little if you added it.

 

 

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2 hours ago, Coytee said:

I read your title as insulting, not insulating...made me chuckle...

 

Regarding insulation 

 

My understanding from Roy (at Klipsch), "if we feel a speaker needs insulation we add it....if we don't....we don't"

 

So, if the Heresy doesn't have any, then I'm guessing your gains would be very little if you added it.

ha,thanks for the spelling error check...fixed now

2 hours ago, willland said:

Do you mean weather stripping to seal the back panel or damping material?

 

Bill

no,i meant fiberglass

 

 

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