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    Default Polk RTi4 VS RTiA1 what the difference?

    Guys,
    could you enlighten me on the subject?
    I can get RTi4 cheaper and wandering if there is noticeable improvement in newer model worth extra money?

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    Yes, there is a noticable difference in sound. Although the RTI4 is no slouch, I would recomend the RTI A1's. Too me the A1's have a fuller range of sound, and matched with a CSI A4 will make a great 3 channel system, for a small room.

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    rpf65,
    thank for quick response. I am going to use the speakers for music listening at my computer, and intended to follow 2.0 route and see how it works and see if can live without a sub. My computer room is in one of bedrooms and want to try to avoid sub. If not, I may add the sub latter on, but again just extend a little bit on low end, not to shake the house. Recently, I got a bug and bought vintage (from 80s) Denon amp to drive the speakers.

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