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  • Great deal I love mine. For me it never went off sale since a few weeks ago. There's another thread with other discounts like the 706c for $499 etc. My wife hates the cherry and I got a mouthful about it. lol
  • WLDock wrote: » In my case with the rear of the couch is just 2 ft from the wall and one side open to the kitchen so I don't have many options. I don't want the speakers too close to my head. Adding height (Mated with delay) helps with the lack of…
  • For what it's worth this sale gave us the ability to do a major upgrade on our home theater this year. Until recently we had a 12 year old receiver and some tiny satellites. The LSiM series are the best sounding speakers I've heard and even next to …
  • Geoff4rfc wrote: » pawelmwo wrote: » Cool are yours mounted or on speaker stands? Curious about placement. The sides are currently wall mounted and my rears are stand mounted. Can you share what stands you are using? I couldnt …
  • Geoff4rfc wrote: » rpf65 wrote: » The FXI A speakers are very good sounding speakers, but a different type of sound from direct firing. Hopefully they’ll work for you. Agreed! I use two pair of the A6's in my set up. Started with them o…
  • Looks like the planets aligned and I found a pair of used FXI A4’s in White for super cheap. Guess I won’t have buyers remorse if I dont like them
  • The only question is if Polk is somehow feeding Adorama some B stock with less than ideal manufacturing. I can't say I have noticed any issues with mine but I didn't exactly tear them down to look either.
  • dolbyd wrote: » Clipdat wrote: » Adroama Deals: Single-handedly destroying LSiM resale value, one fire sale at a time. Agreed. I just offered a guy $1100 for a new 705/706 set. He is thinking about it with no offers at $1500. $9…
  • There are a bunch of sales going on now at Adorama. You can mix and match: Polk Audio LSiM707 Floor Standing Speaker (Mt. Vernon Cherry) $799.99 Polk Audio LSiM707 Floor Standing Speaker (Midnight Mahogany) $799.99 Polk Audio LSiM706c Center Ch…
  • Thanks all I think I'm leaning towards some Fxi 4's on a pair of speaker stands so I could play with placement. They are cheap enough to experiment with and dump if I don't like them.
  • imsjry wrote: » pawelmwo wrote: » motorhead43026 wrote: » pawelmwo wrote: » motorhead43026 wrote: » Go to eBay and bid on these jumpers from Zu. I won a set @ like $26.00. Problem solved, no junk brass straps, and no extra set of c…
  • motorhead43026 wrote: » pawelmwo wrote: » motorhead43026 wrote: » Go to eBay and bid on these jumpers from Zu. I won a set @ like $26.00. Problem solved, no junk brass straps, and no extra set of cables. Biwiring to me is a huge waste of m…
  • popeyeschmoyer wrote: » pawelmwo wrote: » popeyeschmoyer wrote: » pawelmwo wrote: » WLDock wrote: » As far as horizontal center channel speakers go, the 3-way LSiM706 is pretty good. I think only an optimized horizontal line array …
  • popeyeschmoyer wrote: » pawelmwo wrote: » WLDock wrote: » As far as horizontal center channel speakers go, the 3-way LSiM706 is pretty good. I think only an optimized horizontal line array can best its design. Going with a matched vertical…
  • Do folks usually listen with the speaker grill off? or is that just for picture taking? I notice a lot of those type of shots go up.
  • Going to weigh in here a bit. I own an OLED and have demoed a handful of QLED and high end LEDs. While the QLED can hit the black levels of an OLED in some scenes. It just doesn’t compare overall. You have occasional residual light spill from the di…
  • WLDock wrote: » As far as horizontal center channel speakers go, the 3-way LSiM706 is pretty good. I think only an optimized horizontal line array can best its design. Going with a matched vertical speaker is of course the best option for a dedica…
  • motorhead43026 wrote: » Go to eBay and bid on these jumpers from Zu. I won a set @ like $26.00. Problem solved, no junk brass straps, and no extra set of cables. Biwiring to me is a huge waste of money. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Zu-Audio-IBIS-…
  • joecoulson wrote: » Just to echo some sentiments here, when I added external amps to my set up, the AVR was able to push the center and surrounds much better So not only did I get much more power to my mains, but the whole experience for home th…
  • DarqueKnight wrote: » pawelmwo wrote: » Just curious if you still have these and your experiences. Wondering if you left them without any sort of room correction or used the Audyssey route? Thanks! Yes I still have the 705s...in storag…
  • tlainhart wrote: » I've attached a picture of my LSi15s. You can see that they're ~3 feet from the back walls, and same from the side walls. This in a room of 13x26x8. They sound best here - I can definitely hear more boomy bass in the corners …
  • skrol wrote: » K_M wrote: » ...I have a love/hate relationship with our Lsi15's Would love to get rid of them at times, as we have other set ups that are more enjoyable, and have deeper bass also, but there is something seductive and just "ri…
  • sponger wrote: » pawelmwo wrote: » How does everyone feel about Dynamic EQ? I obviously can't listen home at reference levels. It's generally a given that playback without added processing is going to be less obfuscating especially when…
  • Just curious if you still have these and your experiences. Wondering if you left them without any sort of room correction or used the Audyssey route? Thanks!
  • Tony M wrote: » Yes you should put it back in place and glue it. I've used Eileen's' adhesive/glue to do this same project. I use the clear that comes in a squeeze bottle. You can get these glue most everywhere. Maybe it doesn't say clear…
  • How does everyone feel about Dynamic EQ? I obviously can't listen home at reference levels. But it seems to balance lower volumes to a similar response. The tradeoff if any appears to be more bass and slightly muddy sound. https://audyssey.zendes…
  • Willow wrote: » Was the app difficult to use? No it was very easy. And you can even change the speaker sizes in the app after. It also opens up Audyssey settings that are not available on the receiver. Can adjust the results and re-upload t…
  • sponger wrote: » Maybe the vaulted ceilings helped a bit. Probably a larger room too. The graphs I posted start off with more needing to be done. Hopefully the app allowed you to manage the issues you were encountering. With a full set of pre-o…
  • sponger wrote: » This is the audyssey graph for a 705 powered by an x4400h in a 12x15 carpeted room with a couch, a small coffee table and a pouf somewhere in there too. He contemplated removing the pouf for the calibration but then decided to "ke…
  • sponger wrote: » This is the audyssey graph for a 705 powered by an x4400h in a 12x15 carpeted room with a couch, a small coffee table and a pouf somewhere in there too. He contemplated removing the pouf for the calibration but then decided to "ke…
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