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    Ok yes i know they are well kinda old just wondering were they a nice speaker sound speaker? They dont look to shabby... does anyone still have a pair.
    http://www.polkaudio.com/homeaudio/specs/ls50/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chicomoralessxm View Post
    Ok yes i know they are well kinda old just wondering were they a nice speaker sound speaker? They dont look to shabby... does anyone still have a pair.
    http://www.polkaudio.com/homeaudio/specs/ls50/
    I don't still have my 50's, but they are a very nice sounding speaker. Not as full and robust as the LS-90's, but they are half the size and have half the drivers, too. They are what most people would term as a warmer sounding speaker. I did not like the vinyl covering, the 70s and 90s are real wood veneer.

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    I had a pair for about 15 years and, overall, they were good speakers. A little weak on bass and not as clear and rich sounding as the LSi9's that replaced them.....but still, a nice speaker.
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    There are some for sale on local craigslist (Dallas) for $175, I think. They look pretty nice. Russman has some experience with their bigger brothers, either the 70s, 90s or maybe both.

    I think if you can get a pair for a couple hundred bucks in good condition, I think they'd be a very good snag.

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    Cool thanks for the info. My only hangup would be the vinyl. I love real wood finish infact since i bought those paradigm mini monitors. Well they would be my last vinyl wrapped speaker lol.
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    The LS90 is the balls....the smaller children never excited me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chicomoralessxm View Post
    Cool thanks for the info. My only hangup would be the vinyl. I love real wood finish infact since i bought those paradigm mini monitors. Well they would be my last vinyl wrapped speaker lol.
    lol well thats says alot
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