DB840 sub in LSI15's replace the stock 8"driver!!!!!

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  • aggie113aggie113 Posts: 6
    edited March 19
    No clearance issues with the MM842 either. Just need to figure which is better.... wish I had better ears :)

    Did have to trim the spades off the wiring to use the spring connectors on the MM, was a tight fit getting them connected outside the box. Wasn't able to rotate to have the labeling match up, if anyone cares about that stuff.
    Post edited by aggie113 on
    In use: Polk LSi15s (sub upgrade), LSiC, LSi9s SVS PB 10 ISD connected to Onkyo TX-NR777. VR3 crossover upgrades ordered for fronts and center.
    Collecting dust: Polk RTi12s, CSi 6A, RTi38s
  • mdschlayermdschlayer Posts: 175
    Good to hear that the dimensional clearance is not an issue. After the new woofers settle in, let us know which you prefer and sounds better. :)
    LSi15's, LSiC, LSiF/x's, LSi7's, PSW505, Pioneer Elite DV-79AVi connected with RSA Poeima firewire to Pioneer Elite VSX-59TXi, Sony XBR960 CRT ISF calibrated, MIT Shotgun S1 biwired, Signal Cable, Atlas Cable, PS Audio, dedicated Cardas 30A AC line
  • VR3VR3 Posts: 23,224
    You guys can always mount the magnet on the outside!! :))))))
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  • aggie113aggie113 Posts: 6
    I just went with two MM's. Have to return the other through Amazon so just figured I'd go with the higher end sub...
    In use: Polk LSi15s (sub upgrade), LSiC, LSi9s SVS PB 10 ISD connected to Onkyo TX-NR777. VR3 crossover upgrades ordered for fronts and center.
    Collecting dust: Polk RTi12s, CSi 6A, RTi38s
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