Lsi15 build

VR3
VR3 Posts: 24,484
edited March 31 in DIY, Mods & Tweaks
Clarity cap csa
Mundorf electrolytics
Jantzen inductors
Jantzen superes resistors

Grenadillo substrate
Point to point wired
14 awg internal wiring, gold disconnects

dsszfsye78cw.jpg

- Not Tom

"No, that's silly talk. Dude, you can't possibly be this audio dumb so quit the act." - Doro

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  • Conradicles
    Conradicles Posts: 5,984
    Dude, that is top notch!!!
  • VR3
    VR3 Posts: 24,484
    Thank you! :)
    - Not Tom

    "No, that's silly talk. Dude, you can't possibly be this audio dumb so quit the act." - Doro
  • Thorton
    Thorton Posts: 1,321
    Those look great! Nice work.
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  • skrol
    skrol Posts: 3,033
    Very nice work. It may be my inspiration. I wasn't sure I was going to keep my LSi15's but I recently rearranged the room and got better placement. They sound so much better and now I'm thinking it may be time to do XO upgrades.
    Stan

    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.

    HT:
    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
  • VR3
    VR3 Posts: 24,484
    Thanks guys!

    The lsi line responds so well to crossover upgrades, highly recommend
    - Not Tom

    "No, that's silly talk. Dude, you can't possibly be this audio dumb so quit the act." - Doro
  • mantis
    mantis Posts: 16,226
    With a Crossover upgrade and a Woofer swap I assume these are basically totally different sounding speakers?
    Dan
    My personal quest is to save to world of bad audio, one thread at a time.
  • VR3
    VR3 Posts: 24,484
    Night and day really
    - Not Tom

    "No, that's silly talk. Dude, you can't possibly be this audio dumb so quit the act." - Doro
  • jimithng23
    jimithng23 Posts: 46
    VR3 wrote: »
    Clarity cap csa
    Mundorf electrolytics
    Jantzen inductors
    Jantzen superes resistors

    Grenadillo substrate
    Point to point wired
    14 awg internal wiring, gold disconnects

    dsszfsye78cw.jpg

    Funny.

    I think I've seen this image before ;-)
    Main System: Parasound Halo P5 | Yamaha RX-V3800 | Adcom GFA-555II | Technics SL1200 MKII | Shure V15VxMR w/ JICO Stylus | Sony SCD-CE595 | Monster HTS 2600 | Polk Audio LSi 15 | REL T/9 x2
    Garage System: Sansui AU-555a | Streaming Media | Polk Audio Monitor 10 w/Peerless Tweets
  • jimithng23
    jimithng23 Posts: 46
    mantis wrote: »
    With a Crossover upgrade and a Woofer swap I assume these are basically totally different sounding speakers?

    That's my goal.

    I've upgraded the woofers and am patiently awaiting delivery of the crossover units.
    Main System: Parasound Halo P5 | Yamaha RX-V3800 | Adcom GFA-555II | Technics SL1200 MKII | Shure V15VxMR w/ JICO Stylus | Sony SCD-CE595 | Monster HTS 2600 | Polk Audio LSi 15 | REL T/9 x2
    Garage System: Sansui AU-555a | Streaming Media | Polk Audio Monitor 10 w/Peerless Tweets
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