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Actually two things change when you swap in a K-28 (both good in my view)...

 

As you guys mention the woofer will be 3dB louder (this helps compensate for the squawker-forward voicing of the stock Heresy's which is a good thing in my book), plus when you halve the speaker impedance from 8 to 4 ohms it effectively doubles the woofer's crossover freq from around 380Hz (in H2's with the later version xover) to 760Hz which would help fill the gap in the K53's low end that I mentioned before. Two - two tweaks in one! ūüôā

 

That said there is more benefit using a K-42 or the Dayton than just power handling - they both have very strong magnets (much stronger than the K-28) which improves the motor control over the cone at high(er) freqs - which leads to better integration with the squawker. If you read Claude's thread on the Super Heresy's a few years back the primary reason he tried the swap was to improve the integration, not improve the bass. Thus a K-42 swap improves integration (speed and dynamics) plus bass to a greater degree than the K-28, but I think the K-28 would be huge bang for the buck if you're inclined. Just sayin'...

Cheers,

Pete

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@Pete Fowler   @Jdwtx85   since the main subject here is speaking of the K28 as a replacement for the K24 or  K-22 , you may want to read this post

 

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Ok, found the E schematic on the forum at

http://forums.klipsch.com/forums/p/89913/912168.aspx#912168

This shows a 2.5mh inductor only to the K-22 with a note of "11ohms"? I would think you could use a 1.25mh inductor with the 4 ohm K-28 and should get an xover point of around 700Hz so you don't have the 400-800Hz hole. I think I've got some of those 1.25 mh coils laying around.

11 ohms is about the DCR of the mid.

The responce of the 28 is not the same as that of the 22 thus you may not have a hole at all. Even if you do have a hole, over 150 Hz of bandwidth, you may not even hear it. Now if there is a peek there, that could be a different story.

I don't have the TLS of either of these drivers, so I have no way to confirm anything. I do have a H3 network somewhere. If I can find it I will run a VT of it to see what the alinement is. That may help some.

I have heard the 28 droped in a H2. I thought it worked well.

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3 minutes ago, RandyH said:

@Pete Fowler   @Jdwtx85   since the main subject here is speaking of the K28 as a replacement for the K24 or  K-22 , you may want to read this post

 

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11 ohms is about the DCR of the mid.

The responce of the 28 is not the same as that of the 22 thus you may not have a hole at all. Even if you do have a hole, over 150 Hz of bandwidth, you may not even hear it. Now if there is a peek there, that could be a different story.

I don't have the TLS of either of these drivers, so I have no way to confirm anything. I do have a H3 network somewhere. If I can find it I will run a VT of it to see what the alinement is. That may help some.

I have heard the 28 droped in a H2. I thought it worked well.

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Hey Randy, Trey and I have talked about this buddy! Also keep searching and you will find the post from Bob talking about the increase in decibels.  When you introduce the k28 into a H1 or H2 the output will be higher.

Which is probably why you like it.

 

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Just now, Jdwtx85 said:

Hey Randy, Trey and I have talked about this buddy! Also keep searching and you will find the post from Bob talking about the increase in decibels.  When you introduce the k28 into a H1 or H2 the output will be higher.

Which is probably why you like it.

 

I thank you  , Have a Great Day , see you later -

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