Klipsch updates their Heritage line: Klipschhorn, La Scala & the Heresy

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  1. LanceJ

    LanceJ Producer

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    Read about these functional/aesthetic upgrades here (with photos).

    The La Scala especially looks better. And the Heresy now has kind of a classy Shaker-furniture look to it-nice.

    Though I think if someone wants the lower bass frequencies to be more audible-the La Scala II gets to 53Hz and the Heresy III only to (a preliminary) 65Hz on a +/-3dB scale-they will need to use a subwoofer. But the right sub needs to be chosen to keep up with these extremely efficient speakers.

    BTW: I think six of those Heresy IIIs and a sub located in a large room would make for a true/full-blown theater or an awesome surround music rig; I don't want to even think what six of those La Scala IIs would be like!! [​IMG]
     
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    Yes, everything has been improved on them. I will take LaScala's behind the screen, and Heresy's for surrounds. [​IMG]
     
  3. LanceJ

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    Didn't think of that combination. [​IMG]

    I guess a big Pioneer Elite or Integra would power them pretty well for most people.
     

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