I have a question concerning the possibility of port "interference" on the LSi's.
Each speaker has an offset tweeter/port on the front. Polk's recommendation is for the tweeter to be placed towards the center of your listening position. My assumption is that the air produced by the port "interferes" with the dispersion of the tweeter to a small extent. Therefore, having the tweeter towards the center would minimize this for the listener.
On the LSiC, the ports are below the tweeter when the speaker is upright. So, if the center channel is placed above a television, will the ports interfere with the tweeter's dispersion? If this is the case, should the speaker be turned upside down so the ports are closer to the ceiling?