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Just got a new Heresy iii to use as a center channel between Cornwall iiis and noticed that the woofer is mounted with only four screws. Is this normal?

 

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two sets of H3 here, both sets had eight wood screws which I changed over to machine screws and steel inserts. Also had a pair of late Heresy (some months prior to the H2) those had eight wood screws on each woofer.

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Thanks. I will call Klipsch today and see what’s up. 

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I spoke with Klipsch customer support today. They said that the new Heresys have the four screws attaching the woofer. I also checked out a video on the Capitol Anniversary Heresy on Youtube and that too only had four screws. So all is well.

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Well evidently four each are deemed sufficient.  But even though twice the material / labor cost (ha!), eight would be better.  Perhaps they'll send you eight more of the screws they use along with a recommendation for the pilot drill size without affecting your warranty?

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Screws ain't cheap, be grateful you have four.

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4 hours ago, jason str said:

Screws ain't cheap, be grateful you have four.

Ah, OK. 

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My recently purchased 1979 Heresy's only had 4 screws attaching each woofer.

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