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    Default Speaker Help, New To Polk

    HEY GUYS NEED SOME HELP
    USING YAMAHA HTR5660 JUST BOUGHT POLK RTI4'S 4 OF THEM, ALSO CSI3 CENTER
    MY QUESTION USING RTI4 FRONT AND REAR ,DOESN'T QUITE GOT THE PUNCH I WANT,NO ROOM FOR FLOOR SPEAKERS,IS MY AMP OK ,NOTICE PEOPLE USING ONKYO, OR MAYBE NEED DIFF FRONTS?

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    Welcome to another NW Polkie. You're just north of me.
    Bottom line, you want punch with bookshelves, you need a sub.

    BTW- Turn the caps off. We can hear ya just fine without yelling :D

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    Welcome Machinist, Just North of Ken, just South of me. Sucks to be you. Ken is absolutely right, a sub will really help out. Let us know what size room you have, and someone, I'm sure, will have a suggestion.

    Completely different topic--You work for the big B? Figure with a name like Machinist from Kent, there's a pretty good chance. If I had to really stretch, I'd say you got the Polks from Frys?

    Anyway, always good to welcome a NW Polkie.
    There are two ways to argue with women. Both of them are wrong.

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    I own some Rti4's and every one is right for HT use you will need a sub, now if you were just using them for a very simple bedroom set up you could omit the sub but again for HT get a sub, great lil speakers but not enough oumph !!

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    You might want to take your front L/R Rti4's back for a pair of Rti6's. You'll definitely get more mid-bass this way.

    Regards,
    PolkThug

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