This is not so much of a technical question as it is, one just looking for opinion.
Ever since I recieved my two Polk Audio RTS2000p's roughly 2 years ago, I have been relativly pleased. Never owning anything near this caliber, I thought of them as the best damn transducers in the stores (ok, by stores I mean Bestbuy and CC).
However, lately the thought of selling these babies has entered my mind. Although I consider them to be excellent speakers, unfortunately it costs way too much to add anything to compliment them. A medium-end Oynkyo TX-SR600 alone cost me $500.00. With my income, thats an incredible amount of cash.. I cannot forsee even completing this Polk system in the near future, until I recieve a real job that can give me that extra spending cash.
This fact, toppled with that of rarely having the chance to pump up these speakers to their full ability. My parents have an accute habit of complaining if I turn them up, unless of course, its songs off of their CDs. And having neighbors who are legally insane (and standing at odds with me) next door pretty much prevents me from turning the bass up high. Its become rather frustrating being able to crank these things only once in awhile.
Despite this though, I am wondering if selling these things off would be a stupid decision, as they are speakers that last a long time ( I have a 10 year warrenty on them). I could live without two lumbering 90 lb beasts, although I want to make sure I wont be kicking myself in the rear later down.
The obsticles I have are this: Where would I sell them. Ebay is nice but I have nothing to ship them in. For a pair of these two *no cosmetic damage, perfect sound, broken in, etc*.....I am wondering what a good asking price would be if I decided to put an add in the paper.
Im hoping someone here can somewhat hop in my shoes and tell me what they would do in my position. This is rather pathetic, I know....but hey... its worth consulting the experts who might have been there themselves!