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    Default Polk R50 vs. RT16

    any pros and cons between the two of these?

    Are the RT's significantly better, I currently have the R50's as my fronts. RT16's are available to me for a pretty good deal, but the guys already sold the rest of his av equipment so I can't go for a demo listen....any input would be appreciated. thx

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    DEFINITELY get the Rt16's.......

    As long as the drivers all work, you'll be thrilled with them (and most of the time you won't need a sub).......
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    I own the RTi'6s as rear speakers and really like them.
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    I love the R-Series of polk. But I believe the RTi has bettter performance and sound quality. obviously, has a higher price...but if you can, BUY IT. ;)

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    Guys, he's asking about an older pair of speakers.

    The model (if he typed it right) is RT16 (sixteen) and was circa '96.......2 7.5" drivers and a Tri-Lam tweet. The tweet can be a bit bright occasionally, but overall I had them and LOVED them for 8 years before I changed it up a bit.
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