Discussion in 'The Klipsch Korner' started by Brian Tambe, Feb 12, 2018.
Preamp: Threshold FET-10He
Power amp: Threshold S300 II
Just grabbed a pair of Cornwalls off of the sidewalk for free yesterday, and they sound great with my Fisher 500C!
A Marantz 1152 DC pushes my CF3’s with authority. Wish still had them bi amped miss the POA 2400 for the bottom and Adcom 535 for horns.
I built these little guys just for my La Scalas. 3-Watt 6V6 SE Ultra-Linears.
These pictures were taken the moment after I completed the second unit on my workbench. They have been posted a couple times now, but here they are in another sub-forum because I am quite proud of how they turned out, both in form and function .
My Sansui Au717 does a fine job running my Hereseys on top of Quartets.....
A pair of Heresy II driven by a home made KT88 se ul amo. Couldn't be more pleased.
Ummm single ended. Bet it's real swell. Just finished a kt88 guitar amp for my friend it seems to be made for his Gibson hollow body. Hmmm wonder why.
Heresy III / Fisher CA -880:
Cornwalls with CT125 tweeters and freshened networks:
Maggie 175 built by Wharfcreek
Maggie DG-SE1 (originally bought from JohnMac and modded by Wharfcreek)
Quad II Monoblocks
Heresys with DeanG networks:
Dynakit SCA-35 with Audio ReGenesis boards
RB-5s back...these will either be used in a bedroom powered by an EICO HF-81 or will be pressed into a small HT duty with the Quartets that are currently there moving up to the EICO...
...perhaps the 3rd time owning a pair of RB-5s is the charm???...
Marantz 2500. The pairing is amazing. Listening to Hiroshima right now.
Quartets and Onkyo M504
Modified Belles: Crites A-4500Hz crossovers with CT125 tweets, powered by a Fisher X-100-3.
Here’s an old pic when my Cornwall II’s we’re powered with an updated Dynaco ST-70.
Other pic was my Cornwall III with the same amp.
A Dynaco PAS3X and Marantz Model 5 monoblocks drive my pair of 1979 Crites-modified Heresy I. This system has won-over more than one person who doesn’t like horns. That said, I occasionally wish that Cornwalls or LaScalas would fit in my listening area without a major furniture swap, but realize that Heresys are perfect for the actual size of the room.
MAC6700 powering Chorus II speakers.
Heresy III’s driven by a Rogue Audio Cronus Magnum II integrated.
1984 Cornwalls with a 1978 Sansui G9000DB.
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