Klipsch Heresy

 

  • Mid and high way externally mounting. The horns are fixed on a CNC machined beech flange. The drivers are compressed , with the horns, with a system of tie/rods and wood damping blocks. 
  • The  medium-high speaker system is suspended with very low resonance frequency suspension with a wood pylon system with calibrated springs, for complete decoupling from the vibrations coming from the woofer
  • Mid and high horns is damped with Dynamat extreme
  • Middle throat rework from casting defects 
  • Woofer loading is completely revised, now all the box volume is used for loading the woofer. The type of loading is changed, from air suspension to a Aperiodic load . The advantages is a damped Z module at the resonance, and better low frequency performances.
  • The type of sound absorbent has changed
  • Internally Box reinforced with beech wood slats
  • Woofer reposition more distant from the side walls.
  • New CNC front panel
  • New assembly of the woofer : it is compressed with the front panel, through a system of longitudinal tie rods / pressers / dampers. The tie rods cross the entire loudspeaker giving an extreme rigidity to it.
  • Woofer damping with solid ebony
  • Woofer basket damping with Dynamat extreme.
  • The rear panel remains the same but with the aperiodic hole.
  • Elastically suspended crossover with very low resonance frequency suspension
  • External crossover point to point wired, on a bakelite support
  • Crossover coils in copper wire with very low series resistance . No electrolytic capacitors. P.I.O. military condenser in the signal path.
  • Twisted silver wire plated copper cable, with teflon isulator for internal wiring