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    Default Eosone RSF 600 speakers. Anyone have experience w them

    I just picked up a pair of these speakers and a RSC center channel. I was just wondering what owners of them in the past or current think of them. I hooked them up in my secondary HT set up last night with great results. as always ,Thanks,Darryl........................

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    Eosone was the "other" Polk brand, circa mid 1990's. A joint effort between Polk and Arnie Nudell (not sure if spelling is correct). Arnie has founded a couple of speaker brands and at the time he had the Genesis brand. I think he was the founder of Infinity, I may be wrong about that. Anyway, the speakers were very nice and they used the surround field technology. The only reservation I had about them was that they used foam surrounds on the drivers. Hope this helps. Cheers.

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    I have two sets of the rsf600 towers. They sound great to me. Original owner of one set (about $800/pair) and the other I recently aquired very cheap at a pawn shop ($45/pair had a blown tweeter that I replaced with two decent Vifa that sounds spot on). I have been thinking about selling and upgrading, but I can't find anything that I consider and upgrade within a reasonable budget. I haven't really had much experience with comparing them to newer Polks, Klipsch, etc, but I have compared them to some older vintage classics, and no way would I trade them for average vintage models that are popular with the vintage folks. I drive them with a vintage solid state Pioneer SA-9500 integrated amp. I rarely adjust the tone controls as these speakers are very balanced and changing the tones just loses that balance. At least that is what I hear from them. Maybe I have had them so long that they are my reference to compare. I would consider them a strong contender in the mid-fi range. Your thoughts?

    Any others here previously owned a set of rsf600s and find a better replacement? I am interested in your opinions after switching.

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    Dabutcher, how do those stand up compared to your RTi series speakers? Saw a good deal on RTi10s and wondered if they would be worth it to purchase and swap out.
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