LSi Crossover Mod's
So I know that a pair of LSi 9's can be modded with good results (and I plan on having that done eventually when I finally get a pair :)), but I was curious if anyone has done the same mod w/ the LSiC center?
Most of the guys doing the LSi crossover mod are 2 channel folks, but was curious if anyone has done the center and if so was it worth it?
I would personally think that if the mod for the 9's changes the clarity/tonal characteristics of how they sound sound it would throw off the timbre matching of the center when used in HT. Am I wrong in thinking this?
Thoughts much appreciated.
Click the link in my sig.
Personally - for the money invested, I thought it turned out really good and I would certainly do it again.
Edit - Ok, I guess you could also just click here...
Edit#2 - here is a link to where I took it to a local Polk gathering... You can read a few other peoples comments on the sound compared to a stock LSiC..
I modded an LSIc for a friend and I highly recommend it if you do your mains. Timber changes with the new caps and resistors.
I've modded a couple also. From modding, it's the most improved of the LSI series, IMO.
I was wondering if Polkies who did the actual Lsi-C mods could Pm me with their mod prices and what the difference will result in. Thanks in advance!
Take a look at the links in the first response. There are quite a few folks who commented on how they sounded before and after mod.
Originally Posted by angelsfann02
Just got done reading them, and it didn't totally sell me on the LSi-c mod yet it left me thinking, "I wondering what it would sound like?" Judging from the many Lsi-C posts & comments, this speaker may have some short comings. I'm not ready to give up on mine just yet!
I have a modded LSiC as part of a full HT rig that includes modded LSi9s and modded LSi7s...
I did not run the modded 7s and 9s with an unmodded LSiC, but I can say the before to after of the whole set-up was quite noticeable, in a VERY good way!