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    Default C350LS center driver switch to LS/FX?

    I just switched a mw4850 from a cs350ls to a ls/fx in place of a mw4851. They seem to sound fine but is using this driver in the ls/fx a problem? The magnet on the 4850 is bigger than the 4851 but everything else seems the same and fits perfectly into the ls/fx.
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    AVR: Denon 1913
    Main L/R: Polk LS90's
    Center: Polk CS350LS
    Side Surrounds: Polk LS/FX's
    Rear Surrounds: Polk RT/FX's
    Subwoofer: Polk PSW300


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    It's not a problem. The 4850 had a bucking magnet to make it safe to be near an old school CRT TV. You're good...

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    is that what makes it bigger? kinda like an extra piece on the back?
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    Main L/R: Polk LS90's
    Center: Polk CS350LS
    Side Surrounds: Polk LS/FX's
    Rear Surrounds: Polk RT/FX's
    Subwoofer: Polk PSW300


    100% Cinematic Adventures, 0% Music

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottyDugs View Post
    is that what makes it bigger? kinda like an extra piece on the back?
    Yup, bucking magnet...

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    So if I sold the ls/fx in the future I wouldnt be screwing somebody over by it being a Franken-speaker
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    AVR: Denon 1913
    Main L/R: Polk LS90's
    Center: Polk CS350LS
    Side Surrounds: Polk LS/FX's
    Rear Surrounds: Polk RT/FX's
    Subwoofer: Polk PSW300


    100% Cinematic Adventures, 0% Music

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    Nope

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    Let me know if you decide to sell. Might be interested

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    haha, ok but probably not for a while
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    AVR: Denon 1913
    Main L/R: Polk LS90's
    Center: Polk CS350LS
    Side Surrounds: Polk LS/FX's
    Rear Surrounds: Polk RT/FX's
    Subwoofer: Polk PSW300


    100% Cinematic Adventures, 0% Music

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    Default 350

    i have a350 sitting in a closet collecting dust. all drivers work great, will part out or whole mike at suhoops03@hotmail.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by suhoops03 View Post
    i have a350 sitting in a closet collecting dust. all drivers work great, will part out or whole mike at suhoops03@hotmail.com
    nice way to try and step around the rules....

    read on:
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    A price + OBO (or best offer) is OK. Please handle "best offers" through private messages.
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    Thanks for telling everbody the rules i didnt know that at all

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goldenboy72206 View Post
    Thanks for telling everbody the rules i didnt know that at all
    Yep and you got your 100. Whatcha sellin'?

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