As if I didn't already have zero respect for that rag.
Advertising revenue makes speakers sound better.
I am surprised they reviewed these speakers. They usually only review speakers that are $20K and up.
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Those look like something my TL's ate for brunch yesterday.
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YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWN!!!! Even for $30, I wouldn't support Infinity.
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"The Primus 150 has achieved a standard of performance at the $200-or-under price point that I didn't think was possible."
Interesting review. Thanks Danny.
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Pick up an R15 from Fry's instead (when they go on sale again). Speaking of sales did anyone happen to notice the sale on all Polk speakers at Crutchfield?
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I almost ordered a set for the hell of it, but they are not $30 a pair.
From the specifications page:
Priced as: EACH
And the rebate says limit 1, so it looks like $90 a pair. I'll pass.
No fan of Infinity but for $90 a pair those Primus 150's are a hell of a deal. I remember Stereophile reviewed them very favorably, considering their MSRP is $200/pair.
I've also listened to them extensively. State of the art? Hell no. But a significant improvement over their older entry-level "Entra" series, and I would still have them over the Polk R15, M10, or Monitor30.
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