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Refinishing and upgrading Heresy 1's


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On 8/5/2021 at 5:27 PM, yamahaSHO said:

Final touch was putting the original tags back on.  :)  

 

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How did you get the tags off without desroying them?

 

What did you use to stick them back on?

 

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I loved doing this speakers and loved the way they turned out, but I just didn't have a place for them, realistically.  I don't need multiple systems, didn't have another space to really use them, and I have La Scalas that I love.  


That said, I sold these to a buddy that had been looking for a good set of Heresy's for awhile.  They exceeded his expectations and has been converted to a Klipsch and horn guy.  I also sold him my "Klipsch Sonosub" I built about 10 years ago as it was a great match for the Heresy, and I ordered an SVS PC-4000 to better keep up with the La Scalas (I was actually surprised how well my sub kept up).

 

 

I originally bought these for a garage, then made them so nice, I thought they should be in a main system.  I am glad these will live on and be taken care of.  :)

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