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Very nice review of the Heresy IV

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It's a little wacky, though. The Heresy was introduced in 1957, not '47.

 

Also, they say the tweeter isn't a compression driver, but a dome with a horn. What????

 

But, they like it a lot! That's great.

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1 hour ago, Marvel said:

It's a little wacky, though. The Heresy was introduced in 1957, not '47.

 

Also, they say the tweeter isn't a compression driver, but a dome with a horn. What????

 

But, they like it a lot! That's great.

I noticed that too but later on he states:

 

"This Klipsch Heresy IV model is not only completely different to the one introduced in 1957, it’s also substantively different from the III version that was introduced in 2006."

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2 hours ago, JefDC said:

Informative review of the Heresy IV:

 

Learned some new tidbits and want one now on top of it  😊

Very good read, thanks for sharing!

 

"Overall, it would appear that Klipsch’s engineers have had to walk a tight-rope in order to extract more performance from this new Klipsch Heresy IV whilst remaining true to the original design, as well as pulling off the near-impossible trick of using the same low-frequency driver in the same-size cabinet while changing the alignment from being sealed to being ported. They’ve done remarkably well. I was very satisfied by the performance of the Klipsch Heresy measured by Newport Test Labs."

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