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    Thanks for the feedback and glad to hear you are still enjoying them!! :-D
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    Fantastic job . What about the sound after break in point ?

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    Rough Idea cost for DIY in parts . And cost for one made up ? Thanx

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    Prices should be listed on his site.
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    Heading there now thank you .

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    Hey guys!

    I actually dont have prices posted on my site ATM, but you can email me at Vr3Mods@gmail.com

    Thanks!
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    Hey LSi9 Fortress owners..

    I am needing reviews for these, this is perhaps my more popular mod and I only have one review... *puzzled*
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    Quote Originally Posted by VR3 View Post
    Hey LSi9 Fortress owners..

    I am needing reviews for these, this is perhaps my more popular mod and I only have one review... *puzzled*
    I would love to give an eval, but I never even hooked them up as stock so I am not sure what to compare them to. My intention is/was to use them for the front for HT / 2 channel duty. But my 2 year old has decided that the current LSI7 microPro3000 make a great toy area. I got these both used with normal wear and tear...not where I want to put the LSI9s at this point. I can say the the LSI9s did give "more" of everything compared to the 7s which are modded with sonicap/mills. I will update when I get some time with them.
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    Thanks for this thread and all the pictures posted. I will be receiving the kit soon and am sure the information here will help me through the steps. I probably won't get time to finish it until X'givingt but I plan to make sound recordings before and after for a comparison (stock vs. first hour vs. 50 hrs and probably a 200 hrs if I bother to).
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    Well, its been almost a year, and I am loving the detail and soundstage of the modded LSi9s with VR3 fortress. So I have been stressed out and decided to tear apart my stock LSi9s and have some fun. This is not an official VR3 mod, but I didn't want to start a new thread of a similar build. VR3 did let my buy some plates to support this so a shout out to him. Any luck and I can fire up the solder iron this weekend. If not, I should find some time by next Friday.
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    Well, it took me more beer than I recall to solder these things up so I thought I'd take a break and recheck the wiring with less blurry eyes. Not sure if I will try to mount them tonight or not. I had fun, but recall why VR3 earns his money on these...so here is my all claritycap ESA LSi9 xo mod project for my maple LSi9s


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    Not the best photos, but has been a busy day and needed to get these together so I could clean up the area. And I did have some solder errors to fix, but I am not gonna rat myself out. See if I can get some wires on them after I get my chores done...

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    Hey, I remember those pups. They had some time playing at my place about 15 months ago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DSkip View Post
    Hey, I remember those pups. They had some time playing at my place about 15 months ago.
    Yup, these certainly have some miles on them. They may have earned frequent flyer miles with fed ex. I modded the cherry ones at the start of the thread right out of the box. I ran the isotek break in cd last night and listening to pf wywh bluray now. If I didn't find the LSiC so underwhelming I wouldn't even be tempted to break the lsim 703/706 out of the boxes. I already had this mod in the works when I picked those up. These sound pretty decent so far...maybe some dynamat for the bass port.

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    Hi Trey, a review of the Fortress Plus mod. on my 7's is coming. I just want to put some more hours on them (I have about 150 on them now and they are still improving). Right now I'd say the biggest improvements are smoother highs and tighter, deeper bass. Best regards, Ron (camaroguy).

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