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    Cool csi5 too big

    I just got and returned the csi5 it was bought to match my vintage polk speakers 5jr and mon7. It is too large and bulky. I was wondering if the csi30 which is much smaller would also be a good timbre match?

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    CSI3 is smaller or pick up a tape measure and measure out your space using the provided specs on the website.
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    The csi30 should be able to keep up with your monitor 5's and 7's. It's a great speaker for the money. I've bought both and you're right, the csi5 is massive.

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    Thumbs up thanks

    I know cut once measure twice. Its good hear from someone who has the csi30. I think it should fit nicely and be a decent match for my 7 and 5jr. thanks

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