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    Angry Polk Audio RTi6 Speakers

    I just purchased four (4) each 8 Ohm RTi6 Speakers to add to my assortment of speakers ect. I know this is a very dumb sounding question, but would someone please clue me in on how one tells the right speaker from the left? My LSi9 speakers are clearly marked, however, I don't see any markings whatsoever on the RTi6 speakers other than the RTi6 and serial numbers.

    PLease advise:

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    dosnt matter
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    for the RTi6's.. there is NO left or right speaker.. so it doesn't matter if they are in either position. enjoy. and rock on...

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    one goes on the port side ...one starboard

    doesn`t matter which one...
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    Smile Rather be safe than sorry!

    Thank you all so much for answering my dumb question ! ! !

    Derek K. :)

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    Nothing dumb about asking, thanks for stopping by!:)
    Carl

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    The LSi9s are asymmetrical therefore L & R needs to be defined based on design parameters. The RTi6s are symmetrical so it doesn't matter.
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