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New. Se341.2 and klipsch heresy 3 (Read 1723 times)
Alainjoel
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New. Se341.2 and klipsch heresy 3
03/13/13 at 02:40:07
 
Will  I get the performance with the speakers that I just purchased for the Zen integrated 6 watt per channel amp? I just got these speakers and hope to recieve the zen in a few week. Klispch 3 speakers.
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Re: New. Se341.2 and klipsch heresy 3
Reply #1 - 03/13/13 at 15:49:23
 
I can't speak for this particular combo but i have a 10wpc el84 amp on my Klipsch Quartets which are similar and it works very well.

Looking to get my mini torii hooked up to the quartets i expect it to really rock
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Re: New. Se341.2 and klipsch heresy 3
Reply #2 - 03/14/13 at 21:05:03
 
Alainjoel,

Welcome to the forums.

I don't have the Klipsch Heresy III (99db sensitivity), but I do have Omega Super 3Es which are (94db) with the SE34I.35.

I also listen desktop nearfield (3ft). I found that the SE34I.3 has plenty of muscle even when I move back to 6 feet (for testing which I won't get into here). I, too, was concerned whether they would have enough power with my speakers. All my doubts disappeared almost immediately after I turned the Rachael on and listened for the first time. I mostly listen to movie scores, classical and pop/jazz vocals. I rarely have a need to go above 10 clicks on my dual stepped volume controls (half way). The meters never budged and stayed at about 38/39 even on loud movie soundtracks.

Unless you are listening at more than 8 feet and like your music loud, or perfer the type of music that most like to play loud, I'd say the Rachael will do just fine. I think you're going to be very impressed. I was.
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Re: New. Se341.2 and klipsch heresy 3
Reply #3 - 03/15/13 at 19:53:39
 
You will have plenty of volume.  

I have a new SE34.  I don't have Klipsch 3 speakers, but have 89db horns and 94db bookshelfs and both of them are loud enough.  I hear more dynamics in the 94db speakers though.
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« Last Edit: 03/15/13 at 19:56:05 by Palomino »  

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