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    Klipsch crossover help needed

    Hi folks,

    is anybody here with a crossover schematic of the Klipsch Heresy....?
    Yes I know .....this is not the right forum for Klipsch.

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    I don't but I am sure Greg Can help. Take a look at the thread he is a real Klipsch fan and has renovation of a Heresy cabinet.



    http://audioheritage.csdco.com/vbull...ead.php?t=4353


    Rob

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    Klipsch

    Quote Originally Posted by Robh3606
    I don't but I am sure Greg Can help. Take a look at the thread he is a real Klipsch fan and has renovation of a Heresy cabinet.
    http://audioheritage.csdco.com/vbull...ead.php?t=4353
    Rob
    thanks Rob...I contacted him few min ago.....lets wait for his reply.

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    Klipsch ??

    Oh, HP, you have Klipsch also ??
    Picture them. Oh, wait, Mr Bo Jangles (Roby Williams) just sound out of my 4530. Will do a bit louder now.


    Eckhard

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    Klipsch

    Quote Originally Posted by paragon
    Oh, HP, you have Klipsch also ??
    Picture them. Oh, wait, Mr Bo Jangles (Roby Williams) just sound out of my 4530. Will do a bit louder now.
    Eckhard
    Hi Eckard,

    yes,....two Heresy and one Klipschorn.
    I got them from an friend who's had a Disco in the eraly 80's.
    They were in use as the satellites for the Klipschorn...the sound in this time in the Disco was great as I remember. The Heresys had been crossover modified for this use. Now I want to set them back to the original crossover.
    They sound VERY dry and honest, but without any deep bass.
    I use them in the kidsroom with a Marantz 2265B.

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    Heresy crossover

    Quote Originally Posted by Robh3606
    ...but I am sure Greg Can help. ....
    Rob
    Greg helped me at once......thanks again Greg.

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