Well, I'm still training so I decided to screw around in the sound room for about an hour today. Wanted to learn how to use the switching devices and stuff. The store I'm working at actually have a good soundroom. You can close the door to block out noise outside.
The RTi12's were set up as main speakers powered by a H/K AVR635 and source was a Panasonic DVD player connected via optical. I listened to them in 2ch with my ass parked on the big comfy sofa. Damn these speakers sound good! No, I wasn't blown away because of the obvious flaws in the set up. But what I heard was what I know these speakers are capable of. This is what really impressed me.
Bass was really lacking and sound wasn't as warm as I expected. I know this is due to the H/K receiver and it's DAC. Even though they were obviously underpowered, they gave a BIG sound and I know those subs will really kick with an external amp. They threw a big soundstage.
I'm going to bring some demo material one day and take a really good listen to them. Hell, I may even buy a pair for myself and power them with my NAD. Once in a while I like to listen to my LSi9. I place them between the Klipsch and listen for a few hours at a time. I can see myself doing this with the 12's. Yes, they're that good. I think Polk is really improving the RTi series. Do I like them more than my Klipsch? NO! But they're damn good sounding speakers.