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    Default What do the folks at Polk have in thier rigs??

    I've always been curious what the folks at Polk have for gear. We know that Ken is a hard core audiophile with a bent for electrostats.....

    I'm interested, if they'd care to share, what folks like Paul, Stu, Matt etc etc... had in thier rigs.

    I wonder if they have some really 'knock your socks off' rigs or is it like the auto mechanic who drives a hoopty.

    I've gotten to know the owner of the local Maggie dealer in Charleston and he said that he doesn't really listen to gear at home as he listens to it all day at work...

    Just curious if some of the folks at Polk would like to chime in....

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    Matt has 10,000 dollar Mono Blocks and a pair of 1.2tl (according to the Polk HQ Gathering (one of his rigs)
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    Don't ever hear very much. One of the guys was bragging about his $500 Polk HTIB a long while back. "Benifit of working for Polk". And wasn't joking.
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    Default job vs home

    not everyone wants to do as a hobby what they already do at work.

    i work in semiconductors (microprocessors) and the last thing i want to do when i get home is build a PC or even worry about having the fastest computer.

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    Originally posted by scottvamp
    Don't ever hear very much. One of the guys was bragging about his $500 Polk HTIB a long while back. "Benifit of working for Polk". And wasn't joking.
    That'd be Justin!

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    I know my Polk rep uses a DS7200. Is easy for the family to use and sounds good too.
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    At TPGII, I believe Stu said he had just replaced the RT2000's in his rig, with the LSi15's. Not sure what he was running on the back end, but I recall it being fairly exotic.

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    Default Re: job vs home

    Originally posted by PhantomOG
    not everyone wants to do as a hobby what they already do at work.
    I'm all with THAT!!!

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