I seem to have misplaced it ... and/or am too blind to find it online ...
What's the link to the Polk Audio Parts List w/Prices ...
Thanks In Advance
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Her's a different one; you can get by part or by model (second post)
Last edited by Ricardo; 12-15-2006 at 05:12 PM.
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i think polk messed up the decimal for the SL1501. hopefully someone will see this here.
Everything out LSi parts? what gives?
50" Samsung Plasma
Sony STR-DA4ES "use as Pre/amp"
Pioneer Elite DV-45A DVD Player
DLO HomeDock Deluxe iPod docking station
Directv HR20 Sat. Receiver in black
Sunfire Cinema Grand 7 Signature Amp
Monster Cable AVS2000
Monster Cable HTPS 5100 MKII
Polk LSi 9's Front R/L
Polk LSiC Center
Polk LSiFX R/L Surround
Polk LSi 7's Rear R/L
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Please. Please contact me a ben62670 @ yahoo.com. Make sure to include who you are, and you are from Polk so I don't delete your email. Also I am now physically unable to work on any projects. If you need help let these guys know. There are many people who will help if you let them know where you are.
What happened to the Polk Parts site that showed what drivers were in which speakers? Is it gone? It's been jacked up for a couple of months now I think.
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The Polk pages seem to be broken, but Google Cache has the ones I've looked for captured.
From the still working service and parts links on Polk's site, for specific model speaker, the SDA link results in a page with the following title, but broken content:
If I search for that title in Google, I get a resulting link that will put me back to the broken page, but at the bottom of the link for the search result is "Cached" clicking on that will bring you to Google's stored copy of the page. I've linked it here:
The same can be done for other broken links. The broken link for the drivers is:
a search for that in Google brings you a link (still broken) and a cached link below:
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