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  1. I have been fortunate to have had a pair of AR9LS speakers since 1983. I think I paid $1,100 for them new. They are still functioning as my main speakers in a 5.0 home theater. I have not needed a subwoofer with these speakers. I have refoamed all the drivers twice in that time frame and replaced the foam once in the acoustic chamber for the down firing woofer. They have never required anything else. I have never noticed mid range harshness but then I have never compared them to the LSi's. Needless to say they have been great to have all these years. I run them with a Oppo 205 blue ray player and a NAD M25 7 channel amp which puts out 160 watts into 4 ohms. I added some Paradigm studio series peakers, a center channel and 2 surround speakers. May not be true audiophile but works for me. Tried to upload a photo but did not accept the jpg.
  2. Sounds like it is from the smaller version of the 9LSI. I will try and use what you provided. Thanks.
  3. Thanks. Do you have a copy of the original schematic? The link you provided to me was the AR9LSI (improved version). I have the originals.
  4. You used to have posted the crossover schematics for both of these speakers. I cannot find this anywhere on the website anymore. Can someone point me in the right direction. I have looked over all the AR library docs but cannot find them. Thanks for your help.
  5. I am looking for it also but cannot find it anywhere in the library. Would like the original schematic and the newer LSI version.
  6. I have a set of AR9LS speakers that I bought new in 1984. The surrounds have been replaced once and the acoustic foam for the 10" downfiring woofer decomposed away some time back. Does anyone know of a place to purchase this acoustic foam so I can replace it? Thanks.
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