Vintage Receiver
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  1. wuboyblue on January 14, 2010 7:46 pm

    Personally, I’d go for a pair of used Klipsch Heresy II’s. They should run you between $350 (craigslist) and $500(ebay).

    The Klipsch Heritage line is still made entirely in the USA, a new pair of Heresy III’s will cost you about $1600. The Heresy II was manufactured for 20 years by the oldest American speaker manufacturer. In fact they are more efficient than anything out there and just plain sound great. Klipsch has been making speakers for 62 years.

  2. Kevin M on January 17, 2010 6:12 pm

    I’d try it with a vintage set of Polk Audio Monitor 10s. Their smooth response and clarity would seem to be a good match for the Marantz, and a decent set can be had for under $300

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