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    Default Installed polyswitches in my SDA SRS

    Not until tonight have I experienced what these speakers can really do. Prior to changing these out, my speakers were cutting out far before their peformance level. For reference sake, I have two 800watt monoblock Lexicon amplifiers (the ground plugs are strapped and it has worked perfectly for months now). With the new polyswitches, I am able to turn my volume knob up about 25% more (these polks really come alive with big class A wattage!), with absolutely zero distortion or amplifier clipping. I'm not sure why, but with the old polyswitch's...my amplifiers would clip at low volumes...is there a reason for this? Now, my amps don't clip, and the fabulous Polk SDA SRS's sound like I expected a speaker of this caliber to sound when I got them. I have gone through two upgrades(repairs) so far...and these speakers just keep getting better and better (I replaced all 8 tweeters with the ones). I've heard plenty of expensive speakers, and these are my favorites. We are lucky to have them.
    Alex Cagann

    Polk SDA SRS
    Lexicon DC-1 preamp
    (2) Lexicon 501 monoblock amps
    Parasound CD Transport 1000
    Parasound DAC1000
    Nakamichi Dragon
    Nakamichi RX505

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    hell ya
    Dodd - Battery Preamp
    Monarchy Audio SE100 Delux - mono power amps
    Sony DVP-NS999ES - SACD player
    ADS 1230 - Polk SDA 2B
    DIY Stereo Subwoofer towers w/(4) 12 drivers each
    Crown K1 - Subwoofer amp
    Outlaw ICBM - crossover
    Beringher BFD - sub eq

    Where is the remote? Where is the $%#$% remote!

    "I've always been mad, I know I've been mad, like the most of us have...very hard to explain why you're mad, even if you're not mad..."

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    Watch for cold solders. When I did mine, the first cold joint showed up the second day. SO I did it again. Then, about 3 days later, same thing. So I took the xover out, totally removed the PS, totally cleaned up the area it was getting soldered to, and did it again.

    Been fine since then.

    I only have total about 260WPC, they sound GREAT!!!

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