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Klipsch Heresy III

Floor-standing speaker (Heritage Black)

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I'll never forget the first time I heard the Klipsch Heresys. It was by sheer coincidence. A college housemate had shown up at the door with a pair of them that he'd brought from home. Even way back then their design was over 20 years old, and they looked more like antiques than audio gear to me. Confident that my own then-up-to-the-minute and highly rated bookshelf speakers were more than a match for these "elder statesmen," I invited my housemate to hook them up for a listening session (and a little lesson in humility, heh heh).

Classic Klipsch sound that never goes out of style

I'll never forget the first time I heard the Klipsch Heresys. It was by sheer coincidence. A college housemate had shown up at the door with a pair of them that he'd brought from home. Even way back then their design was over 20 years old, and they looked more like antiques than audio gear to me. Confident that my own then-up-to-the-minute and highly rated bookshelf speakers were more than a match for these "elder statesmen," I invited my housemate to hook them up for a listening session (and a little lesson in humility, heh heh).

But I was the one who was taken to school that day. The instant we fired up the Heresys I was speechless. Their sparkling clarity and dynamic range were on a level that my speakers could never touch. All the musical details came pouring out loud and clear in ways I'd never heard before. And although I never told him, I was totally envious. Many years later I can't even remember Chris's last name, but I'll never forget the sound of those Heresys and the lasting impression they made on me.

Heresy iii

A modern take on a time-honored design

Since that day long ago, Klipsch has tweaked and fine-tuned their classic design to create the Heresy III. A more powerful woofer, large-magnet titanium diaphragm tweeter, and new titanium diaphragm midrange compression driver all work together to give this speaker a thoroughly up-to-date sound. Klipsch also added dual speaker inputs to allow bi-wiring or bi-amping for even greater performance levels. And they increased the Heresey's already high-efficiency design by 3 dB to an impressive 99 dB — making them an excellent choice for low- and medium-powered tube amps. 

Just about the only thing that hasn't changed is the quality. Klipsch still makes the Heresy one at a time by hand in Hope, Arkansas. Each speaker is available in a beautiful Cherry, Walnut, or Black Ash lacquered wood veneer finish, and includes an angled riser base for floor placement that can be removed for custom installations.

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Klipsch Heritage Series products are built to order, handmade in the USA at their Hope, Arkansas manufacturing facility. Please allow up to 8 weeks turnaround time.

Cant go wrong with these speakers. Does not take a lot of power to drive and you can really crank them up!. I am hearing things on my CD's that I have never heard come through before.

Thomas, flowery branch, GA

What's in the Box:

  • Floor-standing loudspeaker
  • Detachable grille (installed)
  • Base riser (installed)
  • 4 Self-adhesive rubber feet
  • Owner's Manual
  • "Congratulations" letter
  • Klipsch brochure

Product Highlights:

  • three-way design with acoustic suspension (sealed) enclosure
  • frequency response: 58-20,000 Hz (±3dB)
  • power handling: 100 watts max continuous (400W peak)
  • sensitivity: 99 dB (1 watt/1 meter)
  • maximum acoustic output: 116dB SPL
  • nominal impedance: 8 ohms
  • tweeter: 1" titanium-diaphragm compression driver with Tractrix® horn
  • midrange: 1-3/4" titanium-diaphragm compression driver with exponential horn
  • woofer: 12" fiber-composite cone
  • real wood veneer finish
  • dual gold-plated speaker binding posts (bi-wire capable)
  • 15-1/2"W x 23-7/8"H x 13-7/16"D
  • weight: 44 lbs.
  • warranty: 5 years
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee

Klipsch Heresy III Reviews

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18 Reviews

Klipsch Heresy III

Written by: Joe from Scottsdale, AZ on May 23, 2016

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Well, I finally ordered them and all I can say is I am glad I did...really glad. First, I was skeptical about the possible horn sound-I can tell you it is not there! Next, fit and finish-beyond expectation; made in America DOES mean something. The subwoofer issue-subjective to say the least. I am enjoying them without a 'woof' and the sonic footprint is fantastic-crisp, well detailed and with an old school hifi sound that's killer. The bass is tight and quick...I do have a good integrated (Rogue Sphinx). Sure they image a bit low, but the sheer sound pressure is addicting-they are forgiving in regards to room placement. I felt a need to compare them to a tower speaker in the same price range, so I did! I had them side by side with the Monitor Audio Silver 8....the Silver 8's CANNOT HOLD A CANDLE to the Heresy's...nuff said and they are now boxed and ready to re-ship!! If this is your price range and you have good equipment up-stream (my digital source is an Oppo Bdp 105) plus good cables, I believe these babies are hard to beat. Bye the way, they look stunning in black. At 30 hrs in, they are loosening up and its getting better. I can only imagine what a quality all-tube integrated amp would do...I will be saving up some cash...haha!! To all who helped me at Crutchfield, a heartfelt thanks. I will be doing business with you all for a long time to come. Thanks again.

Pros: sweet! Absolute incredible bang for the buck!! Use good electronics and they will reward ya!

Cons: zippo, nada

Heresy III

Written by: Christopher N. from Manchester, CT on May 11, 2016

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I had always been fascinated with Klipsch Heresy's since I was 16 years old, having purchased my first stereo receiver, CD player and small bookshelf speakers. They were beyond my means at that time but I always found time to listen to them in the showroom of a local HiFi shop. After entering the Air Force I purchased my first set of Klipsch speakers (Tangent 300's) but still longed for the day that I could afford better gear, including Heresy's. Fast forward to 2016. Now that I have the means to, I purchased a pair of cherry Heresy's. The first evening I had them hooked up was spent listening to Pink Floyd - Dark Side Of The Moon and Electric Light Orchestra - Eldorado. Pure sonic bliss! I look forward to this weekend when I can really let loose with the volume and my music collection. Long live the Klipsch Heritage line and long live the Heresy!

Pros: Excellent mids compoared to most 2-way designs. Ample bass above 50Hz (really kicks). Smart cabinet (especially in Cherry).

Cons: Does need a subwoofer if you listen to music that goes below 50Hz, or for use in home theater.

Speakers Have Grown On me.

Written by: Derb from Chandler, AZ on April 10, 2016

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These speakers replaced my Legend KLF-20's. Initially I had a hard time adjusting to the new sound. My KLF's had plenty of deep base but after installing these I noticed a lot of my music had been sounding muddy. Although the Heresy III's don't have the base extension the tightness of drum and tom-tom is excellent. I auditioned with Eagles "Hell Freezes Over" in DTS and all the music sounded much more musical. I plan to add a sub-woofer for movies and to fill out my sound profile for other music but these babies take up a lot less space and are much smoother than the KLF's. Worth the $$$$.

Pros: Great clarity for Piano and Jazz, Small in comparison to tower speakers requiring a small footprint. Excellent sensitivity, and hard to beat without having to upgrade my amp and pre-amp.

Cons: Low base is lacking, will need a Sub if you are replacing large ported towers.


Written by: SLCRyan from salt lake city, UT on February 29, 2016

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I wanted to review these and answer some questions I had. I was scared to spend so much on a 1957 speaker. (yes I know they have evolved slightly).I was looking at a lot of tower speakers to build/upgrade my Stereo setup I had going in the man cave. Had some name brand big 3 ways from the mid 90's that were impressive. Also some other mid 90's 3 ways that were so so at best. There is this hype and buzz around vintage stereo equipment right now. I have an old very scarce Marantz and a 90's Yamaha. Neither are "Monster" receivers so I was worried about power output. After reading a few reviews I was pretty sure I wanted these. I just needed that push from someone to say "they are worth the $$$". I asked a Crutchfield adviser. He told me perhaps I should save my $$ and look at something cheaper. Not what I wanted to hear. But good job to them for not just trying to sell something! I ordered them up. WORTH EVERY PENNY! Just like so many other reviews... Just AMAZING. My old speakers were good and had great bass. But, these are just amazing. I have built many very very good car stereos but never spent any real money on home audio. The way the highs blend into the mids and lows. The "your own personal concert at home". It's true. So, If you are like me. Quite hesitating. I promise you won't be disappointed!! Buy these! You will love them. Yes they need a good sub for those low lows so get one to go with them and you will never listen to music on your dumb 16.1 or 83.1 dolby ;-)

Pros: Beautiful cabinets, Crystal clear.

Cons: Maybe a touch pricey.

Heresey III's for old rock and roller

Written by: Thomas from flowery branch, GA on February 28, 2016

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Cant go wrong with these speakers. Does not take a lot of power to drive and you can really crank them up!. I am hearing things on my CD's that I have never heard come through before.

Pros: Great quality will become an heirloom of your family because they last forever.

Cons: Bit pricey but worth it for the discerning ear.

Spectacular sound

Written by: Kirk from Seattle on January 17, 2016

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Pros: Everything

Cons: Zippo


Written by: ppalestini from Arizona on January 3, 2016

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Amazing speakers ... quite an improvement over my vintage ADS810s. When placed side by side the Heresys destroy the 810s. Vastly improved soundstage and presence.

Pros: Overall sound, quality build

Cons: pricey, maybe


Written by: CLB3 from North Carolina on November 30, 2015

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I was looking for a pair of speakers to anchor a dedicated, 2-channel audio system (no surround sound here!). For my listening space, budget, etc. these speakers fit the bill perfectly. I am driving them with an Outlaw Audio RR2150 receiver (another outstanding product!). Regardless of the input (CD, vinyl, streaming audio), they sound fantastic. Rich, pure, full sound at any volume. I could not be happier with this purchase. And, kudos to Crutchfield for their quick, professional service. The speakers were to my door 2 days after I ordered them. Some have commented that these speakers are expensive. I disagree. For what you receive they are one of the greatest bargains in the world of audio equipment. I have auditioned speakers that cost many times they price of the Heresey III's that cannot hold a candle to them.

Pros: Pure, clear sound. The hand crafted workmanship. Value

Cons: None.

you will be satisfied

Written by: jazzejephh from Michigan on November 23, 2015

I'll tell you there is nothing better, so, don't let your friends try and talk you into that other brand....




Written by: 777Tick from Texas on November 19, 2015

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I purchased a pair of Klipsch cherry Heresy III speakers to replace a pair of 30 year old Klipsch La Scalas. I was worried about the low end, but after discussion with a Crutchfield rep, I made the purchase and absolutely Love the look, the rich sound and the tight low end. They are perfection to me, mini La Scalas!

Pros: Beautiful cabinetry, wonderful rich sound that only horn loaded speakers give you. Bass is more than adequate. Midrange is rich and high end crisp.

Cons: None

klipsch heresey 3

Written by: Rick from Gulf Breeze, Fl on November 18, 2015

I bought these with a Yamaha A S500 amp to replace my old 5.1 surround for the TV only. My only source is the cable box, I did use monster cable also. The sound is amazing. I have them separated by only 5 feet, but the sound stage is huge. My friends think I have a center speaker hidden. I do not. I do not miss the 5.1 system in any way. i use the pure direct mode on the amp with no EQ. The Heresey 3 speakers sounded so good, I tried some music from the cable box music channels. Wow. I underestimated how great the speakers really were. So I added a Klipsch 112 sub to add some serious pro low bass. After 7 months, i kept turning down the sub. It worked best in my room with the frequency cut off at below 100 htz, and the level at about 2.5. out of 10. These speakers are so warm, with a huge sould field. It sounds like a whole wall of sound, not just a right and left speaker. Even the most complex classical symphony orchestra is no problem. The dynamic range is great, at very low volume, or extremely high volume. Every instrument is clearly heard in its own space. And that space is huge.The Hereseys have a great mid range speaker and horn that makes a difference to my ears.

Pros: Made in the USA. Huge sound stage that is accurate. So Efficient, here is no need for a powerful amp. Solid, beautiful cabnet that will not tip over like a tower speaker. Sold in matched pairs. The bass is tight and accurate, you can add a sub later if you want the very bottom of the extreme sub frequencies. I think the speaker connectors are fine. With the beautiful, wide open sound the Heresey produce, I would not care if the connectors were on the bottom or sides.

Cons: None.

Great Speaker for Blues, Jazz and Folk/Soft Rock

Written by: Kurt from Florida on November 9, 2015

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The Heresy III is a great speaker for Blues, Jazz and Folk/Soft Rock (i.e., Fleetwood Mac, Jim Croce, Bob Dylan, James Taylor, etc.). It really seems to excel on singer/songwriter type music. I have some 45 rpm vinyl LP copies of Fleetwood Mac and Bob Dylan and the sound will make the hairs on the back of your neck stand up. Also, the speaker does seem to be sounding better as it breaks in more (I only have about 25-30 hours on them so far). When I first got the speakers, I was a little concerned as they sounded a little tight and compressed. However, they definitely are starting to open up and come into their own. I give them four stars because when playing hard rock, some of more aggressive stuff seems to distort and just sounds very good. They also do not have the low end I was hoping to get with 12" woofers. My prior speakers were Klipsch R-26F that cost about a third of the price a piece, I can say that at three times the price a piece, the Heresy III is not three times better.

Pros: Very clean sound that shines on acoustic guitar and singer songwriter type music. The speakers also look very nice and classic.

Cons: A little pricey per speaker.

These exceed expectations!

Written by: Raisin Caine from Colorado on May 22, 2015

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Possessing a challenging soundstage (relatv.small space and narrow), I wanted closed cabinet loudspeakers versus ported towers. A few products presented themselves and often carried typically very high price tags. The Heresy III came into focus. After aprox. 50 hours of burn-in, I am very pleased to add my voice to the chorus of impressed audiophiles over these excellent speakers. I am convinced these are the best value in audiophile-grade speakers. They are agile, but not too bright. The bass is balanced and powerful at all pressure and volume levels. The sensitivity touted by others does afford maximum fidelity using entry-level equipment. All types of music from large orchestrations to subtle acoustic performances sound fantastic. There is imagery I have not experienced from my analog and digital sources before. Because I had researched extensively seeking the most impact for the dollar, I was able to set my expectations high upon arriving at this speaker. I can assure you the actual experience exceeds these expectations. I can also comment that Crutchfield has delivered! You will note the speakers are available from other merchants and from Klipsch directly all at the same price, and it was Crutchfield's product backing and satisfaction guarantee that tipped my decision. Crutchfield has not disappointed and I look forward to the next opportunity to purchase from Crutchfield. Free yourself from MP3 files! Here ALL of the music. These speakers will help.

Pros: Agile and sensitive, enclosures allow for more placement options in room, well-balanced, capable of clean loudness, American-made, great service from Crutchfield

Cons: Wasn't able to audition them prior to purchase

Heresy 3 Speaker system.

Written by: DLL from Massachusetts on May 13, 2015

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Don't ever spend a lot of money for a pair of loudspeakers today unless you are absolutely sure they are worth every penny. There are many great speakers for much less money. Klipsch Heresy are Classic Speakers made as they have always been made. They are a time honored tradition as a speaker. They are clearly an excellent product. I have always wanted a pair of these for years. They are a perfect for the home speaker. They are very detailed and combine Klipsch horn loaded design with a closed box acoustic suspension type design. Paired with a Yamaha R N500 2 channel receiver they sound great. They are an audiophile two channel system,set of speakers. For home theater speakers,spend much less,as these are too expensive. The sound stage of two Heresy speakers makes surround sound unnecessary. For get the sub woofer with these speakers,you don't need it. Listening to two of these is very detailed without sound effects of multi channel receivers.

Pros: Clearly one of the best speakers ever made. A Classic! A superb piece of work. Once you hear these babies in action you have that sound of them imprinted on your mind. Actually considering the detailed sound of these speakers they are a bargain. In the average living room they sound as good as the Klipschorn in as larger room.

Cons: Expensive. But they do not make speakers like this one anymore. The sad day will one day come when the Klipsch heritage line is a thing of the past.

Fantastic Speaker for Classical, Pop, and Jazz

Written by: Michael from Arizona on December 18, 2014

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Just purchased these from Crutchfield in earlier this month, had to special order as they had run out. Cruchfield was very helpful and made the process easy, I hadn't had the chance to connect them till yesterday.. On the box they say that they are made and assembled in USA. They are solidly built and seem a little bit heavy between 45 and 50 pounds I am guessing. I used banana plugs as there is a part of the binding post they can connect to after losening the binding post caps I did not test out bare wire or spades with the binding post, If you are not sure Cructhfield or Klipsch should be able to help. Numerous reviews including one from CNET emphasized how accurately heresy captures the human voice and musical experience. I had to see for myself whether this was actually true, surprisingly it is!! I started with Classical so that meant performers like Callas and Pavarotti wow I actually stood up after hearing Pavoratti for Nesum Dorma it was so real. Then I moved on to pop/rock performers like Elvis, Roy Orbison, amazing you can hear how their voices build. Then I moved on to pop groups like the Mama's and the Papa's and the Beach Boys you can hear each voice much more clearly amazing. Same with Jazz Ellington Live at Newport, or Elliot Garner you have a much greater connection with the concert quite something. That being said best purchase I have made this year I feel the music not just hearing it, hope it is helpful, you will enjoy it like I did!

Pros: *Reproduction of sound is first rate, sound fills room in way makes each recording that much more memorable *Solid Construction, Screen is solidly made

Cons: *Heavy 45 to 50 pounds *Best off using banana clip connections, binding post dials at back not easiest to use, design while solid could be easier to use

Klipsch Heresy

Written by: HubieM from Diamondhead, MS. on March 14, 2014

I purchased these speakers back in 1985. I wanted a set of front speakers to go w/my Klipsch La Scala's. Which I purchased in 1975. Both pair are still working great. I've added a THX Home Audio Receiver, Midrange Horn Speaker and the Sub-Woofer...Crutchfield is great when I call them w/issues. I have yet to purchase a Klipsch product that I was not satisfied with.

Pros: These are directional speakers. Which is how the sound hits you at concerts....from the stage right in front of you. These speakers reproduce that concert effect w/clarity to every note and vocals. You will be surprised to hear sounds from these speakers in music that you thought you knew every note. They are so efficient. Which will allow you to spend less money on a smaller Amp receiver.

Cons: Neighbors. Hard to resist not cranking them up!

happy happy happy

Written by: Whyskas from Rainier, WA on December 17, 2013

I have had these speakers since July of 2013. I have 3 setup for my fronts on my Home theater setup, 2 more to come when I get the money again. These things are awesome! I have had a set of Klipsch Promedia 4.1, 4.2 and 5.1 setups for my computer system and have found no others that can even touch them. This led me to by these Heresy III's. I was actually going to buy a set of RF-82-II's but then I got to readin reviews on the Klipsch web site and decided that I should go with the Heresy's instead of the RF's. I'm glad I made the decision to do so. I don't even have the rear speakers and it sounds like I'm at the theater already! Of course I have the SW-15 for a sub, though it really isn't needed for music listening, more for Movie time. Talk about a sweet sound! I recommend these to anyone, they are awesome!

Pros: Clean clear sound

Cons: None.


Written by: KYLE from NEVADA on October 1, 2013

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I read reviews that stated they were lacking in bass response. I have no issues with the sound in any range. Granted I'm running a 12 inch Klipsch sub that pairs well with the speakers. I turned the sub off and still loved the range of the speakers. From Sarah Brightman to Slayer, these are great!

Pros: Great sound, classic looks.

Cons: none


Hands-on research

What's in the box?

Download the Klipsch Heresy III manual

  • Floor-standing loudspeaker
  • Detachable grille (installed)
  • Base riser (installed)
  • 4 Self-adhesive rubber feet
  • Owner's Manual
  • "Congratulations" letter
  • Klipsch brochure

Features and Specs

Enclosure Acoustic Suspension
Finish MDF/Wood veneer
Color Black
Tweeter Tractrix Horn
Tweeter Size (inches) 1
Midrange Size (inches) 1.75
Woofer Size (inches) 12
Woofer Composition Fiber-composite
Woofer Surround Treated cloth
Built-in Powered Sub No
Video-Shielded No
Connector Type 5-way post
Bi-amp Inputs Yes
Parts Warranty 5 Years
Labor Warranty 5 Years
Power Range 100
Frequency Response 58-20k Hz
Sensitivity 99 dB
Impedance (Ohms) 8
Amplifier Power ---
Height (inches) 23-7/8
Width (inches) 15-1/2
Depth (inches) 13-7/16
Weight 44 lbs

Product Research


3-Way Design: The Klipsch Heresy III loudspeaker features a three-way design that uses horn-loaded compression drivers for midrange and treble reproductions and a direct radiating 12" woofer for the low frequencies.

  • 1" Tweeter (w/ Tractrix Horn): The 1" (K-107-TI) titanium diaphragm compression driver is coupled to a Tractrix Horn for smoother high-end response with greater extension, enhanced imaging, and more powerful dynamics.
  • 1.75" Midrange (w/ Exponential Horn): The 1.75" (K-53-TI) titanium diaphragm compression driver is coupled with an Exponential Horn for detailed, accurate midrange sound.
  • 12" Woofer: The 12" (K-28-E) fiber-composite cone woofer delivers powerful low frequencies. The 12" woofer also employs a treated cloth surround for added efficiency and flexibility.

Crossover Network: For signal purity and perfect driver integration, the crossover (HF: 5500Hz/MF: 850Hz) on the Heresy III features the finest components and Klipsch custom internal wiring.

MDF Enclosure: The Klipsch Heresy III loudspeaker employs a solid, inert MDF cabinet which minimizes panel vibrations that can color sound. The acoustic suspension (sealed) design lends itself to the speaker's accurate, natural sound reproduction. The Heresy III is available in a high-quality cherry, walnut, or black ash real-wood veneer finish.

Dual Binding Post Speaker Terminals: The Klipsch Heresy III loudspeaker has two sets of binding posts connected by jumpers. Using the dual binding posts, you can bi-amp or bi-wire the speakers. The binding post terminals will accept banana plugs (single/dual), pin-connectors, spade-connectors, and bare wire.

Placement: The Klipsch Heresy III loudspeaker will perform well in a variety of locations. Corner, floor placement will deliver the highest degree of low bass reinforcement and the pre-installed slant riser base helps to compensate for the Heresy's short stature. This riser may be removed for shelf or cabinet placement. Self-stick rubber pads are supplied for attachment to the bottom of the cabinet to prevent scratching of shelves and hard surfaces. Best results will be achieved using the following general guidelines.

  • Place on a common wall 6' to 15' apart.
  • Position them equidistant from the wall behind the speakers and equidistant height above the floor (place at ear level if shelf or cabinet mounting the speaker).
  • Angle speakers toward the listener and even with or forward of any adjacent obstructions.
  • Placing them near a corner or wall provides the greatest amount of bass while moving the speakers away from room boundaries reduces bass.
  • Asymmetrical placement of a pair of speakers from adjacent side walls can smooth room-induced bass unevenness.
Note: Experiment with the above guidelines to suit your taste and to compensate for your room's acoustic characteristics.

USA Made: The Klipsch Heresy III loudspeaker is built to order and handmade in the USA at Klipsch's manufacturing facility in Arkansas. Please allow up to 8 weeks turnaround time.

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Customer Q&A

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Why did you buy this?

I have a pair of klipsch gen 1's bought in 1975 [ Juanita and Joh  Jan 01, 2016 ]
I've owned Klipsch KG4's (that I re-capped and replaced the tweeter diaphragm) for the last few years and have been happy with them. But the cabinets look like crap and they are only two way (sometimes the mids can get muddled). I've always wanted to own a pair of Heresy's and finally talked myself into the purchase. [ Christopher  Apr 18, 2016 ]
MADE IN U.S.A. [ C  Mar 20, 2016 ]
Sound and quality workmanship. Listened to speakers on several occasions and was impressed by their sound and clarity. Crutchfield Product Rep Adam's assistance was very helpful. Adam's Bio: [ JOHN PAUL  Feb 02, 2016 ]
I chose this based on Crutchfield customer reviews and other professional reviews found on the internet. [ Dale  Jan 15, 2016 ]
I purchased my first pair of Heresey 2 speakers in 1986,Saebo, Japan. I have had to do work on both. One of them can not be repaired so time for a new one. I push them with a 10 watt tube amp. Beautiful [ Nathan Van  Dec 13, 2015 ]

3 questions already asked

It is still 8 ohms [ Mark  Nov 06, 2015 ]
Hi John, i'm sorry i do not have a clue, i would e-mail Klipsch and ask them. Joe [ Joe  Nov 06, 2015 ]
It's my understanding that each amp in a biamp configuration would still the speaker as an 8 ohm load...HF amp 'sees' 8 ohms and LF amp 'sees' 8 ohms. [ Barry  Nov 06, 2015 ]
Thanks for your question. For information on selecting the best amp I would recommend reaching out to an Advisor by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat. They will be able to help determine the differences between the amp models and help you make the best choice for your system. [ Krissy  Apr 29, 2016 ]  Staff

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