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RE: Vintage speaker for classical that does it all?

Someone mentioned Infinity, and I agree, especially if it's sporting the Emit-K tweet. I'm a real fan, my man cave sports the original Modulus System with a pair of Belles I amps biamping the sats lol. Kind of overkill I know, but they never run out of steam. And the speakers are deserving of the best amplification I can afford, they're that good.

As long as I'm on the subject why not let you here be the first to see the newly setup mancave. It's still only stereo which of course is paramount, but soon the two Carver TFM 15cb amps will see duty for movie watching driving the rear channels, with one bridged driving the center channel.

You asked specifically about the Heresy so why I commented on those first. Infinity and Klipsch couldn't be further apart in their aproach, one a highly sensitive easy to drive load, the other not so much. That's not to say Infinity didn't make some sensitive easy to drive speakers after Arnie left, the RS-325 for one, but it's not really their thing when you look at the higher end models. So good powerful amplification is kind of a must, flea watt amps shouldn't apply for the job.

Edits: 04/10/17 04/10/17 04/10/17

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