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    Quote Originally Posted by TouchOfEvil View Post

    Important thing to note if you plan to do this at any time you must remove the rubber seal around the DB840 in order for it to fit in the pre fabbed spot for the 8"driver. If you do not it will not fit.
    I got mine in on Monday and hooked them up, but I must have done something wrong. I forgot about removing the rubber gasket, but it stills seems to fit just fine. I moved my hand all around each driver and I don't seem to be losing any air. Should I just leave well enough alone, or should I go back in and remove the rubber seal and make my own gasket? Also, did you guys use screw in every hole in the new driver or just use the screw you took out of the old driver?

    Haven't had a chance to break it in and really crank it up, but the bass at lower volume levels does seem to be improved. Maybe it's just that way because it's what I want to hear, but it does seem tighter and deeper.

    Thanks for your help guys. I'm hopeful that this will be one of my best and least expensive mods.

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    I'm surprised you even got it in the cabinet with that thick piece of rubber around the speaker. :) It's probably fine as-is. Personally, I'd take the rubber thing off.

    I just used the existing four screw holes in the cabinet, and left the other four on the woofer empty. Using all eight seemed total overkill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PSOVLSK View Post
    I got mine in on Monday and hooked them up, but I must have done something wrong. I forgot about removing the rubber gasket, but it stills seems to fit just fine. I moved my hand all around each driver and I don't seem to be losing any air. Should I just leave well enough alone, or should I go back in and remove the rubber seal and make my own gasket? Also, did you guys use screw in every hole in the new driver or just use the screw you took out of the old driver?

    Haven't had a chance to break it in and really crank it up, but the bass at lower volume levels does seem to be improved. Maybe it's just that way because it's what I want to hear, but it does seem tighter and deeper.

    Thanks for your help guys. I'm hopeful that this will be one of my best and least expensive mods.
    If it's not leaking any air i'd leave it alone. I couldn't even get mine to setup with the rubber seal, guess your better at this stuff than i am lol.
    Anyway i used 8 screws simply because i had them. If your not leaking any air then i see no reason to worry about it as the 4 screws should do the job.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TouchOfEvil View Post
    If it's not leaking any air i'd leave it alone. I couldn't even get mine to setup with the rubber seal, guess your better at this stuff than i am lol. Not a chance of that:D
    Anyway i used 8 screws simply because i had them. If your not leaking any air then i see no reason to worry about it as the 4 screws should do the job.
    With me being not very handy and two of you saying you had to take the rubber seal off, I took the rubber seal off.

    Doesn't seem to have made a difference, but I certainly feel better about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PSOVLSK View Post
    With me being not very handy and two of you saying you had to take the rubber seal off, I took the rubber seal off.

    Doesn't seem to have made a difference, but I certainly feel better about it.
    Did you use mortite when you installed them? If so it could explain it not leaking any air even with it on. Otherwise no idea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TouchOfEvil View Post
    Did you use mortite when you installed them? If so it could explain it not leaking any air even with it on. Otherwise no idea.
    No, I haven't found any yet. I can't tell that I'm leaking any air, but I'm still going to get some and use it just for peace of mind.

    Thanks for the heads up on this mod and for your great write up about your experience. I think I'm going to be very happy with the end results once they're broken-in.

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    Default A warning!

    Last night I started pulling my drivers out to install No Rez to the inside of my case.

    Earlier in this thread I mentioned that I couldn't find Mortite, so I got some generic "tape caulk" from Lowes. So last night I unscrewed my new DB840, but that sucker was glued in there so tight that I couldn't get it out!

    Holy **** (are we allowed to cuss on this forum?) I thought.

    So I let it sit face down overnight, hoping that the weight of the driver would pull it away from the cabinet. Luckily, it did come out some time during the night. But now I have a huge mess of caulk all around the rim of my cabinet. Ugh.

    In hindsight now, I think I should have used the thin rubber gasket that was on the old driver. I'm not sure about Mortite, but the stuff I used is pretty much the same as using caulk in a bottle. It's strong.

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    Mortite wouldn't do that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chamont View Post
    Last night I started pulling my drivers out to install No Rez to the inside of my case.

    Earlier in this thread I mentioned that I couldn't find Mortite, so I got some generic "tape caulk" from Lowes. So last night I unscrewed my new DB840, but that sucker was glued in there so tight that I couldn't get it out!

    Holy **** (are we allowed to cuss on this forum?) I thought.

    So I let it sit face down overnight, hoping that the weight of the driver would pull it away from the cabinet. Luckily, it did come out some time during the night. But now I have a huge mess of caulk all around the rim of my cabinet. Ugh.

    In hindsight now, I think I should have used the thin rubber gasket that was on the old driver. I'm not sure about Mortite, but the stuff I used is pretty much the same as using caulk in a bottle. It's strong.

    FYI....
    This might be reason enough for me to leave well enough alone:p

    But based on Face's post, maybe not.

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    Mortite is very easy to work with and nothing like you mentioned in a tube.
    It's a solid but workable and does a great job.
    Of course if you don't have any air leaks you can always just go with it i guess.
    On mine i could feel and hear the leaks so i had to use the mortite on them.
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    I've had pretty much the same experience as the others who have posted about this mod. Deeper, tighter bass. Nothing earth shattering, but a very nice improvement...especially for the price I paid.

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    Glad to hear you're having fun TOE. I mentioned this mod a couple years ago but nobody paid attention so I just stayed in my own little world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dorokusai View Post
    Glad to hear you're having fun TOE. I mentioned this mod a couple years ago but nobody paid attention so I just stayed in my own little world.
    I listened... I was just too lazy to do it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dorokusai View Post
    Glad to hear you're having fun TOE. I mentioned this mod a couple years ago but nobody paid attention so I just stayed in my own little world.
    I'm glad you mentioned it again when you did. This was a nice easy mod and with a low price tag to boot. Very worthwhile IMO. Thanks for the heads up again.
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    I've never opened up my LSi15's (or really any speaker, for that matter). What specifically is involved in changing out these drivers?
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    Preface: This answer is coming from a guy who wants to upgrade the XO's in my 15's, but I'm afraid of messing something up. In other words, I'm no handyman, electrician, etc.

    This is an EASY mod.
    1) Lay the speaker on it's side, woofer side up.
    2) Take off the woofer grill, speaker cover, whatever you want to call it. (This was arguably the hardest part for me).
    3) Unscrew the 4 screws holding in the woofer
    4) Unhook the internal wires connected to the woofer and take the woofer out.
    5) Hook the wires you just unplugged to the dB840.
    6) Drop the dB840 in the opening. (Don't forget to take off the gasket and add mortite)
    7) Screw in the new woofer (Not too tight though or you'll break off the screw)
    8) Replace the woofer grill.
    9) Set speaker back upright and enjoy. But realize you'll be more impressed in a few weeks when they start to sound even better.

    Others who have done this, did I leave anything out?

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    I'd love to hear a pair after all the upgrades. They are excellent speakers before you crack them open. The bass was always the problem on the 15's. It's not out of control for what you pay for the 15's it's an except able flaw.
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    hmmmm, how the hell did I miss this? I might try this, perhaps a project at Polkfest this year, I have a pair of 15's. I love how they sound so I never think of modding them, but i usually trust Doro's judgement in these audio things (though not for much else :) )
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    Quote Originally Posted by PSOVLSK View Post
    Preface: This answer is coming from a guy who wants to upgrade the XO's in my 15's, but I'm afraid of messing something up. In other words, I'm no handyman, electrician, etc.

    This is an EASY mod.
    1) Lay the speaker on it's side, woofer side up.
    2) Take off the woofer grill, speaker cover, whatever you want to call it. (This was arguably the hardest part for me).
    3) Unscrew the 4 screws holding in the woofer
    4) Unhook the internal wires connected to the woofer and take the woofer out.
    5) Hook the wires you just unplugged to the dB840.
    6) Drop the dB840 in the opening. (Don't forget to take off the gasket and add mortite)
    7) Screw in the new woofer (Not too tight though or you'll break off the screw)
    8) Replace the woofer grill.
    9) Set speaker back upright and enjoy. But realize you'll be more impressed in a few weeks when they start to sound even better.

    Others who have done this, did I leave anything out?
    Thanks for the directions. I'm having a heck of a time getting the grills off to even look around, but otherwise it sounds very easy to do. I might give it a shot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tcrossma View Post
    ...I'm having a heck of a time getting the grills off to even look around...
    Honestly, it's probably the most difficult part of the whole process.

    I'd like to hear how others got the grill off. I hate to admit this, but I used an ice pick...VERY carefully. I worried about snagging the material, but I didn't. The only problem is that I got a couple of very small little scratches on the speaker. Probably only noticable to me, but it still iritates me a little.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PSOVLSK View Post
    The only problem is that I got a couple of very small little scratches on the speaker. Probably only noticable to me, but it still iritates me a little.
    That's what I'm afraid of doing, which is probably why I'm having a hard time with it. I just can't seem to get any grip on the grill without also touching the wood panel, which risks marking it up. But I'm going to spend some more time on it soon and be a little more patient and see if I can make some progress.
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    Anyone have pictures of one of these upgrades? I would love to see what the DB's look like in that beautiful LSi cabinet. Also, a friend of mine has 15's and I could encourage him to rtry this upgrade/
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    Quote Originally Posted by tcrossma View Post
    That's what I'm afraid of doing, which is probably why I'm having a hard time with it. I just can't seem to get any grip on the grill without also touching the wood panel, which risks marking it up. But I'm going to spend some more time on it soon and be a little more patient and see if I can make some progress.
    I used the pointed ends of a pair of larger plastic ty-wraps. I slipped them in on the edges and eased out the grille fairlly easily. The plastic won't mark the wood or damage the grille.

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    I just bought a set of LSI 15's for Music and got to say I love them. But as like most I find the bass a little lacking, got my hand on the trigger to do this mod, just wondering about this mortite stuff, any links for this product? pics of this installion floating around?

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    Not sure of any links for the mortite, i found mine a my local hardware store. As for pics of the install i did not take any but it's so easy you really do not need them.
    If i get some spare time i may take the cover off this weekend and snap a pic of the new driver in there.
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    That would be great TouchEvil if its not too much trouble. Going to take a look in the hardware store tonite, its used for weather stripping right?, thats all google came up with. Also if i didn't I like the mod would it be easy to change back with the mortite on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason_k View Post
    Also if i didn't I like the mod would it be easy to change back with the mortite on it.
    I don't think you'll have to worry about that. Give it time though. I think if the improvement I have now would have been immediate, I would have considered it significant. I'd love to hear a stock pair vs. a pair that's had the new sub for a while.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason_k View Post
    That would be great TouchEvil if its not too much trouble. Going to take a look in the hardware store tonite, its used for weather stripping right?, thats all google came up with. Also if i didn't I like the mod would it be easy to change back with the mortite on it.

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    Just order the speakers, could't resist!
    Yes it would be easy to go back. The woofer would have a tighter seal and a little tougher to get out but you can do. I know because i pulled one after the fact and it was no big deal.
    Just remember to give the new woofers some break in time. It makes a big difference as you get more and more hours on them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xcapri79 View Post
    I used the pointed ends of a pair of larger plastic ty-wraps. I slipped them in on the edges and eased out the grille fairlly easily. The plastic won't mark the wood or damage the grille.
    Does anyone have any other suggestions on how to get the grills off? Honestly, I've tried just about everything. There's zero space around the edge of the grill to slide anything in there, and the grill doesn't stick up enough to pry it off. I've tried just about everything short of cutting the cloth, tearing the cover off, and ordering two new ones. These grill covers are just on too damn tight!
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