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    Default jaysonbarnett has some speakers questions . . . .

    Jason has some questions polkies. Welcome Jason, Club Polk is not only an education, it's a way of life.

    jaysonbarnett: "I have a question and i am new to polk. I bought RTI8s and CSi3, and i am wondering if i can use 4 rti4s as the rears or rti4 and fxi3. the reason i am asking is because the fxi3 are hard to find now and in a couple of months i will not be able to find them. So i will have to use the rti4 (x4) instead. Will this work? or do i have to have the fxi3? ANy help would be very much appreiated."

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    IMO the Rti4 is an excellent speaker. One of the best of the RTi bookshelf series. Also, if you listen to a lot of music, it would be preferred over the Fxi3.

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    can you have 4 of them to go with my onkyo 7.1 receiver? i have the fronts taking care of and i am trying to do the same with the rear. I have limited funds and the rti series is discoutinued. What else is good for the rear speakers incase i can not get the rti4 in time? sorry again about the other post!!

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    The 4's will be fine. The side surrounds will be directional but won't really kill ya. Have you thought of maybe just going 5 channel and get Rti6's or you could do the Fxi3's then. Are you mostly HT?
    2CH - Magnepan MGIIIA's, Rogue Audio Magnum 66 pre, Parasound HCA1200 MKII, Douglas Connection IC's and Cables, Oppo BDP-83SE

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    Yes it is mostly for HT but also love to have parties and want music to sound nice. Again there is only one site that still has the fxi3 so i just want to know if that is something that i need. I know the fxi3 are for the surrounds and the rti4 are for the rears. but could i just use 4 rti4 instead for HT? thanx man
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    FXi3 and RTi4 are interchangeable as surrounds and rears depending on your needs and what sounds best to you.

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