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    Default Compare the newer LSIM 703 to the LSI 9's.

    Which would be best for both music and movies.. Prob 50/50 between the 2.

    Are the newer LSIMs better then the old series? As impressive or more?
    Full 5 channel set of Polk Audio
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    from all the research I've done. 703 is better than 9 in every way for intended (music) purpose. The only reason why I am not getting the 703s is because currently the price is still more than double what I paid for my new lsi9 set. I will get the 703 set as soon as Polk has a sale for around 800 shipped.

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