Klipsch Heritage Range


Hej

With Heritage Range I mean specially Heresy IV and Forte IV.

Reviewers often says that they are made for rock. Also Jazz and sing and songwriter songs are mentioned. But never classical music. Why? Are there any lovers of classical music that also loves Klipsch?

Anyone?


simna
yes, the sphinx is a great sounding amp on many levels, but there is definitely a bit of noise that comes with it, in my experience. 
Klipsch company is bloated and their product subsequently overpriced.

I have the Crites cornscala and am a very happy customer, and I enjoy classical mostly. The cornscala can be sent to you built for 2/3 rds of the cost of a lowly heresy- completely agree with post from jwl244 above.
Klipsch company is bloated and their product subsequently overpriced.

I have the Crites cornscala and am a very happy customer, and I enjoy classical mostly. The cornscala can be sent to you built for 2/3 rds of the cost of a lowly heresy- completely agree with post from jwl244 above.

I defy you to point to a single offering in the current Heritage line that is overpriced when compared to similar performance from competitive designs.

Just take the current Forte IV and Cornwall IV for example. At 4500.00 and 6000.00 respectively, there are not many that can offer this type of sound quality. And a Bob Crites Cornsacala is not going to give you the level of sound quality that the latest Cornwall offers. Sure it's more, but it's a finished product that need not apologize for any aspect of it's performance.

Buy a Cornscala. Veneer it or finish it in a high quality stain. Replace the crossover, damp the tweeter and mid horn. NOW you have a finished product that unfortunately will still have a distinct cabinet resonance because of the removable rear panel. You will have spent less $$ than a CW IV, but not the same sound quality for sure.

Oz



I have been enjoying the Forte IV for about two weeks and am pretty happy with them.   It is not a marginal improvement,  the new mid driver really is nice.  These speakers sound fantastic with any material.   
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Do you like classical music? Does it sound as good as jazz and rock?