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    Default LSI pic thread

    Post your LSI speaker pictures for us to enjoy look at :D

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    Here is almost all the LSi except the LSi7 because I no longer used them.

    Also, there are PSW1000s with both Cherry and Ebony Sides.












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    wow thats a lot speakers you got there.. Also where's the hole for the subwoofer grill?
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    PSW1000 is side firing subs and the grilles are there (on the sides).

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    i mean on lsi 15 or 25 speakers

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    Both Lsi 15 and 25 have side firing subs and the holes can't be seen in the pictures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by megasat16 View Post
    Both Lsi 15 and 25 have side firing subs and the holes can't be seen in the pictures.
    my bad! i thought both side has it. thanks for clearing up.

    also is Mid/Woofer 2 - 5-1/4" Diameter (13.34cm)
    Dynamic Balance with Aerated Polypropylene cone, cast basket and rubber surround in lsi fxi boomy?
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    Correct on the Mid Woofers.

    The LSiFx is not boomy. I don't think any of my LSi speaker to be boomy but a good sub is a must for a serious home theater. I don't know about Fxi which is a different speaker, I think.

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    Holy Crap megasat, you must be single.
    What are the Black subs, and the wood grain one that the LSW subs are on top of?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mmadden28 View Post
    Holy Crap megasat, you must be single.
    This is a wrong guess. ;)

    The wood grain one I think you are talking about is SVS PB13 Ultra in Rosenut finish.

    There is another one (Black) PB13 Ultra in the pictures.

    There are Two Elemental Designs A7s-450s (black) in the front underneath the PSW1000.

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    Megasat16, you got 16 speakers up front. That soundstage has got to sound terrible

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    Quote Originally Posted by leroyjr1 View Post
    Megasat16, you got 16 speakers up front. That soundstage has got to sound terrible

    Do you have a woman that lives with you?, If so, How the hell do you get away with having all those speakers?
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    Claen it up. too muc in one area.
    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.
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    Quote Originally Posted by megasat16 View Post
    This is a wrong guess. ;)

    The wood grain one I think you are talking about is SVS PB13 Ultra in Rosenut finish.

    There is another one (Black) PB13 Ultra in the pictures.

    There are Two Elemental Designs A7s-450s (black) in the front underneath the PSW1000.
    That SVS PB13 Ultra is bigger than I thought. It's hard to guage that from the pics on the SVS website. They really need to put somethign in the pic to show scale. In this case I was using the PSW1000 for scale.
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    anyone else wanna share their lsi pics?

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    Quote Originally Posted by megasat16 View Post
    This is a wrong guess. ;)
    well it looks like money isnt an issue for you....

    so how much are u paying her?
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    Here's an old shot from when I first got my XPA-2. No pre yet at the time, just had the iPod directly connected to the amp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by megasat16 View Post
    Here is almost all the LSi except the LSi7 because I no longer used them.
    I imagine at one time that window provided a view.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leroyjr1 View Post
    Megasat16, you got 16 speakers up front. That soundstage has got to sound terrible
    Tell me about it. You must know something I don't. My ears are all yours to make my soundstage phenomenal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lasareath View Post
    Do you have a woman that lives with you?, If so, How the hell do you get away with having all those speakers?
    Well, you guessed it right. I have my better half living with me under the same roof.

    You can make another educated guess. I always almost get a kick in the butt everytime FedEx or UPS or I showed up with a pair of new speakers at my house. Well, it's not easy but you know who is the man of the house. :D

    Just kidding, my other half enjoys HT as much as I do. It's all about making her understand and prove your point.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ben62670 View Post
    Claen it up. too muc in one area.
    Come on Ben......you want to clean up your FrankenPolk (I prefer to call it FrakenBen). :D
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    Quote Originally Posted by pablo_rodz View Post

    My wife would have kicked me out of the house!!!
    Tell her that there is a guy who lives under the same roof with his wife in that many speakers. Tell her that she can tolerate with it if mine can. Let mine be an inspirational for yours. :D
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    Quote Originally Posted by eloplayspolo View Post
    well it looks like money isnt an issue for you....

    so how much are u paying her?
    Oh...well, Money is certainly an issue. But I paid for her like that.

    No. of speaker x number of kicks she would get to kick my butt - the kick she already had + the kick I am gonna have up her arse.

    It's simple and easy to figure out, right?
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    Were you in the military ever? I've known several soldiers and marines.. they all had a thing about kicking people in the ass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sdschwendener View Post
    Were you in the military ever? I've known several soldiers and marines.. they all had a thing about kicking people in the ass.

    This is hilarious. But no, I am not into that kind of thing.


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    Click on the link in my Sig to see my LSi HT set up.
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    Click the quote in my sig for pics of my LSi's.

    Could also browse through the showcase to see others....
    Mains.............Polk LSi15 (Cherry)
    Center............Polk LSiC (Crossover upgraded)
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    I bet nobody has any like these.






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    Very Nice Oak Grains Wood Panels, Nick! I hope you keep it.

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