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    Default RTA 12 info from POLK

    Polk sent me some info on Polk RTA 12's.

    I was having a hard time getting any Brochures on them.

    Hope this helps someone.
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    Default Mini Monitor II, Monitor 5, Monitor 7, and Monitor 10 as well!

    Specs on Mini Monitor II, Monitor 5, Monitor 7, and Monitor 10 as well. It is much appreciated and thanks!
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    Cool This is part of a full line brochure that dates around 1981. I have the complete full color brochure. I also have a pack of reviews from early 1984 covering the early 80s. In the 8 years I have watched this site I have wanted to upload it for people but do not know how to do it as i am not a computer wiz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by geppy1 View Post
    Cool This is part of a full line brochure that dates around 1981. I have the complete full color brochure. I also have a pack of reviews from early 1984 covering the early 80s. In the 8 years I have watched this site I have wanted to upload it for people but do not know how to do it as i am not a computer wiz.
    there is a seperate box "additional options' below the reply to thread that says manage attachments. Click that, click browse, point to document. attach. Wa-la!

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    Yes but do I take a picture of it to get it into the computer? I do not have a scanner keith

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    ahh, yeah pic might not do much. scanner would be much better
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    Quote Originally Posted by geppy1 View Post
    Yes but do I take a picture of it to get it into the computer? I do not have a scanner keith
    Kinko's will do that kind of thing for you. I just called them and they said it was $0.99 per page but $9.99 to put it on a provided USB drive or a CD. Personally I think that is expensive, but I figured I'd pass along that option for you (for any future purpose).

    Maybe the local library has that capability?

    If you have a digital camera you can take a picture of each page, just make sure the quality is high enough to get a clear view of the pages, but not too high that the file sizes are too big. You can always clean the pics up once on the computer to 'crop' them, straightent them, and shrink the file size down. then you can save them as smaller pics or combine them into a single Acrobat PDF file.

    Or you could ask a friend or family member to scan it for you. More and more people are getting combo printers with scanners (esp to archive old family photos).

    Or you could just splurge and get yourself one-you can get a decent combo scanner/copier/photo printer for not much $$$.

    Anyway, that's just a couple suggestions for ya in general (not necessarily for the brochures).

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    This is a very cool post; May be very relevant now, especially with all the RTA-12s FS on CL.

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    I love the part that says, Manufactured in the U.S.A. by skilled American labor

    You don't see that much anymore.

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