Well well. It has been a long time since I have done an audio review, and for good reason. For decades I have heard about the Klipsch Heresy speakers. Ever since I was a teen I had been eyeballing these, and now in their MKIII version, they are supposedly better than they have ever been.
Klipsch Heresy III Review – UPDATED 2019
Klipsch Heresy IV Speaker Review
While the original design of the Magnepan MMG harkens back to , Klipsch goes back even further, to , when it took a unique path for high-performance speaker design: the loaded horn. Beginning with the legendary Klipschorn—inspired by large horn speakers used in theaters—Klipsch utilized horn-loaded compression drivers for the midrange and tweeters, along with a folded horn for the woofer. Unlike the gigantic Klipschorn, the Heresy III uses a more traditional direct-radiating inch woofer and a much more compact box. At only 24 inches tall, 15 inches wide, and 13 inches deep, the Heresy III packs a wallop.
Heresy III Floorstanding Speaker
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The Klipsch Heresy IV is a 3-way speaker with a classic look. The Heresy IV features a inch midwoofer, K midrange compression driver, and K Tractrix horn for high frequencies. This speaker can be bi-amped if desired thanks to the links on the two sets of terminals above the rear port.