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    Quote Originally Posted by heiney9 View Post
    So the install on the 1C's is straight forward, no mods or other things to worry about.

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    No mods needed...unless say your bracing in the center of the cabinet is off to one side or another then it may require a bit of tweaking the rings or the brace.
    It is easy and took my about 2 hours, but I took my dear sweet time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heiney9 View Post
    So the install on the 1C's is straight forward, no mods or other things to worry about.

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    Nope,, like conrad said,,you may need to tweak the inside upper mids(mine) if the center brace is not perfect,,but it's no big deal,,just take your time and stay comfortable/relaxed when you do it,,btw--i'm buttioning up my last one.I'll report back in a tad.:)
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    Brock yours should go in like Eric said, Mine was the same way.

    Next Round will start soon, My main focus is taking care of Janne in China first. Had a couple hiccups in getting the order out on time. Short on bolts and me taking time off work..

    This is my public apologie on Janne's part..

    All 6.5 rings will have the flat side to them from here on out. It seems that all models need them except for the 1.2/tl SDA SRS, 2.3/tl, SDA2's, and the CRS's.
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    Default I'll take a set for my pair of CRS +'s.

    Please PM me with addy for payment.

    Thanks!
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    If anyone changes there mind on rings for 1.2TLs, I will take them... since I am late to the party again.
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    Please put me on the waiting list for my pair of SDA 2B.

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    Guys I need a week to get caught up here at work and I will start another run.. I am getting hit up in my PM box as well.

    Thanks,

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    That's what you get for taking a vacation!! :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by toucanet View Post
    If anyone changes there mind on rings for 1.2TLs, I will take them... since I am late to the party again.
    Dream on! My rings just left Anchorage Alaska on its way to Shanghai. I had some initial problems with Larry's Export department but after he stepped in and straightened up the staff things are running smooth :D

    Just found out when stripping the sides of my 1.2TL's that they were built by the lovely Mollie Jones at Polk. Probably Assembler of the year judging by the exceptional build quality :) The speakers have now traveled a total of 12079 miles from Baltimore-Riyadh-Bangkok-Shanghai. Still in mint condition.
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    MIT Shotgun S3.3 Bi-wire SC, Shotgun S3.3 SC, Shotgun S3.3 Proline IC, Shotgun S3.3 IC, Shotgun S3.3 Sub cable, AVT 1 Optical IC, EXP 3 Speaker interconnect.

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    [QUOTE=Janne;1384607]Dream on!

    Go ahead and rub it in... I can take it:(

    Something good will come my way:D

    On another matter, how does your McIntosh Mc500s sound with your 1.2TLs?

    I've never listened to McIntosh products but continue to hear wonderful things about them.

    Just curious.
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    [QUOTE=toucanet;1384610]
    Quote Originally Posted by Janne View Post
    Dream on!

    Go ahead and rub it in... I can take it:(

    Something good will come my way:D

    On another matter, how does your McIntosh Mc500s sound with your 1.2TLs?

    I've never listened to McIntosh products but continue to hear wonderful things about them.

    Just curious.
    Unfortunately I have only had two different amps powering the 1.2TLís. The first one was a 200 W Denon POA-2800 that kept popping tweeters. It was not a bad amp at normal listening levels but obviously did not have the power reserves and soft clipping like the MC500 for late night duty. What I like with the McIntosh is that itís built like a tank. There are no compromises and while other companies can squeeze out 500W from half the weight this one need 110 lbs of components. People with more experience than me says it has no sonic signature and due to its weight it's also not equipment you bring over to your friends house and compare to his gear. It drives my 1.2TLís effortlessly at any volume and when it clips, the sound level is insane but crystal clear. :p
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    Hi, At lower listing levels, did you notice any tangible difference between the 2800 and your new MC500? Another way to ask, would be...did you notice any sonic signature with the 2800? Thanks for any info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toucanet View Post

    The first one was a 200 W Denon POA-2800 that kept popping tweeters. It was not a bad amp at normal listening levels but obviously did not have the power reserves and soft clipping like the MC500 for late night duty. :p
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    How do I purchase these rings for my speakers?

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    What speakers do you have first of all??
    No Way But The Hard Way, So Get Used To It!!!

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    There is a "For Sale" thread in the Flea Market section of this forum.

    Go Here,

    http://www.polkaudio.com/forums/showthread.php?t=104705

    Quote Originally Posted by mrpete64 View Post
    How do I purchase these rings for my speakers?

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    Whats the safest way to pull the existing threaded inserts out of the wood in order to install the rings?

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    Use an Allen wrench, they will screw out..
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    Thank you

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    am i too late to get in on these rings for my 2a's?

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    YEP!!!! I don't have anymore!!!!
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    Time for another run.
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    and tweeter brackets also.

    I should of bought both when i bought rings but only had the cash for rings

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    Dont forget to count me in!

    Tweeter brackets and rings for the SDA-SRS 1.2 TLs is what I'm looking for.
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    It will be awhile as the shop is bursting at the seams with work. I have a project I'm trying to get done for Ben and I told Mark he would be first on the list for rings for his CRS+'s..

    In do time but right now I just can't do it..
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    Quote Originally Posted by TOOLFORLIFEFAN View Post
    It will be awhile as the shop is bursting at the seams with work. I have a project I'm trying to get done for Ben and I told Mark he would be first on the list for rings for his CRS+'s..

    In do time but right now I just can't do it..
    a GOOD REASON FOR YA'LL (newbees and ringless SDA owners)to hang around and contribute,,, that way you'll know when the rings become available again,, a "must have" for serious SDA owners.
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    I'll sell my set for $1K.................supply and demand right .

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    Larry,dibs on a full set of rings,including tweeter brackets for a pair of 1C's...and an additional set for a pair of CRS's...I took a little time off from all things Audio,and missed out on the original run....my bad.

    Thanks,Mike
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    Hello, I am new to the forum, but just picked up a set of SDA SRS and am interested in getting a set of the rings and tweeter brackets. I called Polk to order some replacement MW6503's and the rep on the phone even suggested looking into this!

    I will keep an eye out on this thread, but please let me know when they will be available. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by adcomcyclone View Post
    Hello, I am new to the forum, but just picked up a set of SDA SRS and am interested in getting a set of the rings and tweeter brackets. I called Polk to order some replacement MW6503's and the rep on the phone even suggested looking into this!

    I will keep an eye out on this thread, but please let me know when they will be available. Thanks!
    Hi AC and welcome to the forum. Look up the mods for these speakers. I am just finishing up, but the improvement in sound quality of my SRS is simply amazing I did the rings, the XO'r and the tweeters. It is truly hard to describe the improvement. I'll be doing a review once I complete the upgrades.

    By the way, you should be getting a 20% discount on the speakers from Polk since you're a CP member.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dcoil View Post
    Hi AC and welcome to the forum. Look up the mods for these speakers. I am just finishing up, but the improvement in sound quality of my SRS is simply amazing I did the rings, the XO'r and the tweeters. It is truly hard to describe the improvement. I'll be doing a review once I complete the upgrades.

    By the way, you should be getting a 20% discount on the speakers from Polk since you're a CP member.
    Dcoil, thanks!

    I have been looking at all the mods...lots to do! The ones I got are a little rough cosmetically, but were functional. Going to get them cosmetically sound and go from there with tweets and xover. I did get the 20% discount for the drivers I ordered. Still have to get an amp too....

    Don't want to hijack the thread, but just removed side panels and removing the wood strips to replace grill cloth, then remove tops/bottoms (cracks starting down center of both). Strip side panels and finish all wood to match TV console.

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