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Old 02-16-2017, 08:38 PM   #1
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Default Heresy II for turntable set up

found a pair of heresy ii's on craigslist for $500. Going to listen to them tomorrow. Have a read a ton but haven't heard them myself. Lots of comments on a thinner sound or lacking deep bass. Anyone have experience with these? I'd be using them in a smaller house so I don't need too much and i mostly play classic rock (beatles, floyd) and mellow shit (iron and wine, norah jones). I've had my eye on the heresy III but for $2,000/pair thats pretty unrealistic for me at this point.

trying to decide whether or not to pull the trigger...obviously need to hear them first but...ya know...
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Old 03-02-2017, 02:49 AM   #2
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Herseys are excellent speakers. Very detailed and have a large soundstage. I have the model 1's for over 7 years and I love them. They are not super bass intensive, true, but they provide very detailed mids and highs and that's what I like about them. Most speakers lose all that detail in muddy bass, I've found.

I was perfectly happy with them for 4 years as-is, and then I bought a nice subwoofer and they are even better now with a little bit more bass, but not enough to overwhelm and drown out the music. I think you will like them. I mainly listen to rock (Journey, Foreigner, etc) and disco/pop like the Bee Gees.
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