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    Default LSi9 Help

    Is there a small Polk speaker that is a good tonal match to the LSi's. I have LSi9s right now as my surrounds, but they are too big for the room.
    I need them to be about the size of the Polk satalite systems.

    Also, since I would much rather keep the 9s in the room, is there a way to put the drivers into a smaller cabinet or turn them into inwall speakers.

    Thanks for any help
    Last edited by bankshot; 01-09-2006 at 10:40 PM.
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    lsi7 is the smallest that will match, unless you go inwall. othing the size of the little sattelites will be close to a tonal match as far as I know

    they do make lsi inwalls that are a tonal match to the Lsi series.
    Theater - Polk LSi15, LSiC, LSi9 speaks, DIY Sub (142.5L box, SVS plus driver, 500 Watt plate amp)...Outlaw 990 pre/pro, Carver TFM45, 2 X Outlaw M200 . Rotel RB980 . PS3, Monster 3600 power center

    2 Channel -
    Anthem Pre 2l, Jolida JD100 CD player, CAL Sigma DAC, Carver m4.0, Polk LSi9 w external modified Crossovers (thanks Trey!)

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    I'll trade you my 7's for your 9's :)
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    Safely in my Faraday cage


    For the love of god, don't try to disassemble them. There is quite a bit of engineering in the size and even shape of the enclosure, and if you alter ANYTHING, it will all go to sh1t.

    I'll trade my satellites for a second pair of 9's

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