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    I currently have a pair of Polk Audio TSi300 Floorstanding Speaker and a Polk Audio CS10 Center Channel Speaker up front, I am thinking about getting a pair of Polk Audio RM8 Wide-Dispersion Array Satellite Speakers for the rear, I would like to know if the Polk Audio RM8 will match well with what I have up front? I am limited on space, I like the size of the RM8's otherwise I would get the TSi100 Bookshelf Speakers but they are to big! Help! : )

    Thanks for any help

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    Hello and welcome to Club Polk. I am not familiar with your gear but hang in there. If nothing else, call Polk CS at 1-866-764-1801 sometime during the week until around 10:00pm EST.
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    Quote Originally Posted by joe421964 View Post
    I currently have a pair of Polk Audio TSi300 Floorstanding Speaker and a Polk Audio CS10 Center Channel Speaker up front, I am thinking about getting a pair of Polk Audio RM8 Wide-Dispersion Array Satellite Speakers for the rear, I would like to know if the Polk Audio RM8 will match well with what I have up front? I am limited on space, I like the size of the RM8's otherwise I would get the TSi100 Bookshelf Speakers but they are to big! Help! : )

    Thanks for any help
    Go for it you will not regret, RM Series are really efficient, and sound amazing compared to their big bro's, You wont regret the decision.

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    Also, check out the OWM3. They are also timbre matched for the TSi/Monitor line. Quite a different speaker, but just another option. Otherwise the RM8's should work just fine. Link below.

    -Jeff

    http://www.polkaudio.com/homeaudio/t...?s=tsi500#owm3
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    Center- Polk Audio CS2
    Surrounds- Polk Audio TSi 500's :D
    Sub- Polk Audio PSW125
    Retired- Polk Audio Monitor 40's
    T.V.- 60" Sony SXRD KDS-60A2000 LCoS
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