Want a lot of Polk for your buck? Polk raises the standards for great-sounding speakers at an incomparable value. The new TSii/i series is designed to be highly efficient and voice-matched for lifelike surround sound environments. These TSii/i300 floorstanding speakers bring warm, dynamic audio to your theater system, and the sophisticated, modern design fits in just about any room. Floorstanding Speaker bass-reflex (ported) design,frequency response 47-24,000 Hz
The TSi300 is the most compact tower speaker in the TSi series. Its affordable price and small footprint means they can be used as the front channels in a home theater system or as the main speakers in a music system.
Great speakers, currently i am using them as rears in my system.
the highs of this line of speakers is amazing. so clear you can hear everything.
to the previous poster, they are not meant for bass that is why you buy a subwoofer.
this is a huge upgrade to the monitor series, the down firing port is a brilliant idea, the piano top black top looks AMAZING and though the cabinet is made of MDF polk did a good job of adding the wood like finish on the black version. also compared to the monitor series the mesh covers fit much better and look just as good on as they do off.
simply put if you are looking for a nice setup on a budget these would make good fronts, but they work awesome as rears.
Nice set of speakers with excellent treble and mids. A little lacking in bass but these aren't meant to deliver powerful bass. I have a HK3485 receiver and it would blow them to smithereens if I REALLY cranked it but they still are a very loud - good sounding - speaker at this price point. Quite satisfied. They mesh well with the JBL Northridge E80s we have as the front speakers.
My current setup...
I have Polk TSi500's in the front and a Polk CS20 center.
I currently have no sub yet- will puchase last!
Right now I am considering getting TSi300's for the rear. Are these basically the same speakers as the TSi200 bookshelfs? As far as I can see, the only difference (o ... Read More »