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    why when i look at this tower i sorta feel that polk just made a cabinet and crammed as many speakers as possible in there....?

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    Then look at the Bose 901 and you will wonder that even more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AeR0 View Post
    why when i look at this tower i sorta feel that polk just made a cabinet and crammed as many speakers as possible in there....?
    I don't really understand what your question is regarding them. They are very nice speakers for HT. Are you just confused as to why they would make this?
    There are others that are similar to these such as paradigms ect doesn't mean they are just trying to cram them in there to "look" cool there is a point and its sound quality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vankor View Post
    Then look at the Bose 901 and you will wonder that even more.
    no highs... no lows...gotta be.....BOSE!!!

    HAHA

    thought id share that with you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cstmar01 View Post
    I don't really understand what your question is regarding them. They are very nice speakers for HT. Are you just confused as to why they would make this?
    There are others that are similar to these such as paradigms ect doesn't mean they are just trying to cram them in there to "look" cool there is a point and its sound quality.


    well its just usually speakers have to be in a proper size cabinet.... i just look at that and think there isnt enough space for what they got in them....?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AeR0 View Post
    i just look at that and think there isnt enough space for what they got in them....?
    correct, they don't have as much empty space as your head, but they are deep.
    Last edited by leroyjr1; 01-10-2010 at 08:16 PM.

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    http://www.paradigm.com/en/reference...-1-34.paradigm

    I still don't really get what point the OP is trying to make but ummm there's a lot of speakers in this paradigm....I think it must be bad, and thats why the retail for a few extra 1000 over the polks.

    Lee is right, the cabinet is deep and there is plenty of room for the drivers to function the way they were intended. I would suggest listening to them first before judging them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cstmar01 View Post
    http://www.paradigm.com/en/reference...-1-34.paradigm

    I still don't really get what point the OP is trying to make but ummm there's a lot of speakers in this paradigm....I think it must be bad, and thats why the retail for a few extra 1000 over the polks.

    Lee is right, the cabinet is deep and there is plenty of room for the drivers to function the way they were intended. I would suggest listening to them first before judging them.
    sounds good.. im new to all the HT stuff so thats why iasked the question...

    btw where are polks made?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AeR0 View Post
    where are polks made?


    In a Polk factory.....:)

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    i expected a more serious answer than that lol...

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    hahahahaha i am new to this but it looks as if you sir are asking very rhetorical, non-signifigant questions ;):D

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    Quote Originally Posted by leroyjr1 View Post
    correct, they don't have as much empty space as your head, but they are deep.
    hahahahaha! classic!

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    Talking about massive speaker arrays


    Sony XBR-4, Pioneer KRP-500M
    LSi25, LSiFX, PSW1000, Just add a Bose 901
    Yamaha Z-11, Emotiva RPA-2
    Onkyo SP-1000, Denon DVD-9000, Emotiva ERC-1, Toshiba XA2, Toshiba A35, Panasonic BD-30K, Sony PS3-60GB

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