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    Default Polk Audio TSi500/CS20 with Polk Audio FXi A6?

    I recently purchased a pair of of TSi500s and a CS20. I am looking to get surrounds for a 5.1 setup and eventually go to a 7.1 setup. I have been looking at the Polk Audio FXi A6s as a solution for my surrounds. I have heard great things about setting up bipole/dipole speakers vs. going with monopole speakers. Would the FXi A6s blend well with my TSi500s and CS20?

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    Anyone? I'm new here so I hope I posted in the correct section for my question. I'm pretty sure I did.

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    Only the front L R and center channels are best to be matched brand/series. So you will probably be ok getting the fxi a6's.

    I have them and I like them a lot. I have them on the side walls in dipole mode. Great sound fx and I also listen to 5 channel stereo and they sound great with music to me.

    If you do get them you probably wont make it to 7.1 surround. You'll probably want to get the rti a series after owning them.

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