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    Default Has anyone upgraded their crossover components on a LSi speaker??

    I was curious if anyone has upgraded the crossover on the LSi speakers. I currently have a early pair of LSi15s along with a few RTi55s, a pair of SDA1Bs and a pair of Monitor 10Bs. With all the talk of upgrading crossovers on the SDAs and older Monitor 7/10s, I was just curious how much of a difference upgrading the crossovers on the LSi would be.

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    I think I remember reading a post where somebody had to replace one of the caps because it was blown. But I think that was the extent of somebody doing work on the crossover from an LSi
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