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    Default Rookie here, FXi 30 vs. FXi3

    Hi guys,
    Just wondering the major difference in these two surrounds are, or, which one would work best for me. I'm running a Harman Kardon AVR 430, Polk RTi8's as my front L/R, and a got the free PSW202 as a sub, my room is about 15x30, and full of funtirure and crap. Oh yeah, and I'm thinking of the CSi 3, or 5 as a center...
    Anyone that can give me some usefull advice, I'd really appricaite it.
    Thanks boys!
    Brett:D

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    Among other things ... different tweeter ...

    FXi3's/5's were meant to go with RTi8's

    FXi30's/50's were meant to go with an older series of RTi's and CSi's

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    Thumbs up Welcome to the forum

    Nice setup....I would suggest the CSi5 and the FXi3 to compliment your current RTi8's. That would be outstanding.

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    Do what Doro said.

    Oh yeah, and get another sub -- SVS or HSU. It's up to you.

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    superbrett,

    I am running the following and could not be happier:

    Hitachi 65T500
    Polk Rti8's
    Polk CSi5
    Polk FXi3's
    Polk PSW505

    I will be adding a second set of FXi3's for rear surround and might move up to an SVS sub(there is nothing wrong with the PSW505. It works very well. I will advertise it in the flea market if I do)

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