Having fun with my LSi15

It's definitely hard not to love the good old LSi15s.

Sweet looks, nice sound, compact yet powerful, can be had for cheap and in great condition.

A friend of mine tweaked a pair of my LSi15s for me some three or four years ago and the result has been phenomenal. Sadly I lost all the pictures of what had been done.

I own another pair and this time I decided to try doing it myself. I won't call whatever I'm trying to do here with my speakers tweaking - I'd call it a mere crossover components review. I wonder if the pics below are going to be of use to anyone here, but who knows. The right speaker set has been finished and sounds brilliant. Here are the pictures of the components and fun in progress for the left speaker:











  • skrol
    skrol Posts: 3,000
    One of these days I'm going to get around to doing my LSi15 crossovers. Thanks for the pics.

    Main 2ch:
    Polk LSi15 (DB840 upgrade), Parasound: P/LD-1100, HCA-1000A; Denon: DVD-2910, DRM-800A; Monster HTS3600-MKII, Grado SR-225i; Technics SL-J2, Parasound PPH-100.

    Marantz SR7010, Polk: RTA11TL (RDO198-1, XO and Damping Upgrades), S4, CS250, PSW110 , Marantz UD5005, Pioneer PL-530, Panasonic TC-P42S60

    Other stuff:
    Denon: DRA-835R, AVR-888, DCD-660, DRM-700A, DRR-780; Polk: S8, Monitor 5A, 5B, TSi100, RM7, PSW10 (DXi104 upgrade); Pioneer: CT-6R; Onkyo CP-1046F; Ortofon OM5E, Marantz: PM5004, CD5004, CDR-615; Parasound C/PT-600, HCA-800ii, Sony CDP-650ESD, Technics SA 5070, B&W DM601
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