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Problem with LSI speakers

Hello, I used to use these speakers about 5-10 years ago. They were all working fine from what I remember. I had to take down my home theater, so I let my friend borrow them until I created a new theater one day. The day has come.

I really don't know much about the technical side of speakers.

I set them up just today. When doing a speaker calibration test tone on each speaker, I noticed the center (LSIC) sounded much different form the other speakers. I recorded my what I found out. Anyone know what is going on with this right woofer? With the test tone, the left woofer does not make any sound at all. I pulled out the left woofer, all connections seemed tight. I really don't know much about the technical side of speakers, so feel free to explain to me like I'm five*******/Vopah2dCxJerWVJv7

Both rears (LSIFX) also have only one woofer making noise when I run the test tone.

Both Floor standing speakers would make noise from both woofers on the test tone.

I'm thinking of just purchasing an LSIM704C, not sure if it will go well with my front LSI15 floor standing speakers.

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Should work fine. Some here have mixed the 704C with other Polk lines and were happy.
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