Here is a pair of very nice speakers in real cherry wood. They are in perfect condition. The model is Polk RTi12. They originally listed for $1,679.95 per pair. Multiple sets recently sold on ebay for $750 per pair. The RTi12 is nearly identical to the current A9 model, with just cosmetic differences. This set is yours for $475. The sound quality is superb and they have an awesome dynamic range. Come take a listen if you are in the area. They would complete a nice 2-channel music system or be the foundation of a killer home theater set up. Frequency response is spec"ed at 18Hz-27kHz. But I think that"s an exaggeration. They are over 4" tall and weigh 88 pounds each. Full specs are on the Polk site, including an average 5 star rating from 72 owners. Local pick-up only due to size.
Classifieds: FOR SALE - Polk RTi12 in Cherry asking for $475.00
Absolutley. I love the cherry finish and that was the finish I liked from the start. My furniture is a dark cherry, so they will blend in nicely, while at the same time adding a slight variation to the color scheme. The ones I auditioned were in the cherry and yeah.they are beautiful. The pictures on Polk"s website really don"t do them much justice. Seeing them in person is something else.
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Pulchritudinous Sound. Lack of Tube, but nearly tube sound.
This deal is already going fast! Polk Audio RTI A1 Bookshelf Speakers (Pair, Cherry) for $199.95. Was $214.45.
Polk Audio RTI A1 Cherry Bookshelf Speaker - The new RTI A series feature several upgrades. From the incorporation of our latest Dynamic Balance Cone drivers and 1 inch tweeters to an elegant restyling of the cabinets in keeping with the latest styles. The floor-standing models feature "Power Port Plus" an enhancement of Polk"s patented Power Port technology . As you would expect from this highly popular line, the performance is classic Polk. … read more
I know this topic has been covered tremendously, but just need some serious advice fastI can either get 2 Polk Audio DSW-660pro"s or 1 SVS-PB2000. Which would be a better set-up??? I know the svs is superior sub, but can it stand up against 2 of the polks??? my room is 30" long X 15" .
I be aware when I was interested in buying these things I was trying to find whatever information I could. There was no unboxing videos of it so I decided to make one.
Klipsch rf 7 vs polk audio rti a9
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Hi guys i need your help i think to buy polk lsmi series LSiM707 front,LSiM706c center and LSiM702F/X as surround or think to buy Klipsch referance series rf.
As a previous Polk Audio owner, I had a much lower set than the one you are considering. The Polks you are considering are $4000 a pair and mine were $800 a pair so I know that can"t really compare. But my guess is, as with most speaker manufacturers, Polk has a unique sound as well as Klipsch. I"ve heard the older Polk LSi series which at the time was Polks top line and when I compared it to the Klipsch Reference, my ears preferred Klipsch. The main reasons were due to the dynamics, live sound and tremendous detail that I did hear with Polk.
Polk RTi A9's unceasing off an Emotiva XPA-2 Song is Shabba Ranks - Ting-a-ling I chose this song because it has a wide frequency range, high symbols...
The big boy of Polk Audio's famed RTi series of loudspeaker the A9 is everything Polk has learned over its storied history applied in a single, affordable design. Capable of running with costlier competition the A9 begs the question why spend more if you don't have to.
The flagship of its RTi line, you don"t need to squint to see the RTi A9. It"s.well.kind of big. When considering its affordable price ($1699.90 per pair, MSRP), at first glance you get the firm impression that, if nothing else, you are getting a lot of speaker for the money. Measuring 48.625 inches high by 8.875 inches wide by 21.375 inches deep and weighing in at a cool 75 pounds, the RTi A9 takes over a room in a big way. On the top, the design employs a 1-inch Silk Polymer Composite Dome Tweeter crossed over at 1.8kHz and 12dB per octave to two 5.25-inch Dynamic Balance midrange drivers. Polk cleverly houses the tweeter/midrange array in its own sealed sub-enclosure which the company says improves performance, and negates the need for porting. Developed in conjunction with Johns Hopkins University, Dynamic Balance® resulted from a laser interferometry research project that enables Polk to analyze the entire surface of a vibrating driver in real time, in order to determine the right combination of materials for the particular product.
They are both the same price and very similar as far as I can tell. Opinions? I
Huh, I haven't seen the TSx series before. I would hazard they put out a bit more bass than the RTis, but the specs say otherwise. They probably sound fairly similar, and you can probably get a better deal on the RTis since they've been out for a while.
This is a video on my Internal Theater Setup Update (Polk Audio RTi Series Speakers) So I have been using the RM6750 home theater set for a while now...