Polk Audio RTi A7 (Black) Floorstanding Speakers

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RTi A7 (Black)

These real wood speakers are high-performing works of art contained in gorgeous asymmetric cabinets. PowerPort bass venting creates superior, clean bass. The polymer drivers are magnetically shielded so you can safely place them near video sources. And the innovative foot design makes them stable on any type of floor surface. All this and more for a price comparable to speakers that have vinyl cabinets! Floor-standing Speaker bass-reflex (ported) design,frequency response 35-26,000 Hz

  • Enclosure Bass Reflex
  • Finish Real wood Veneer
  • Tweeter Dome
  • Midrange size (inches) 6-1/2
  • Woofer size (inches) 7
  • Woofer Composition Polymer composite
  • Woofer Surround Butyl Rubber
  • Built-in Powered Sub No
  • Video-Shielded Yes
  • Connector Type 5-way post
  • Bi-amp Inputs Yes
  • Power Range 20-300
  • Frequency Response 35-26k Hz
  • Sensitivity 89 dB
  • Impedance (Ohms) 8

User Reviews (2)

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alex   Audio Enthusiast [Jul 11, 2010]

the bass is pretty decent for smaller woofers, but you still need a sub for real low end rumble.
highs and mids are clear as a bell. i've run them pretty hard, but never heard any distortion to speak of.

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wfu42   Audio Enthusiast [Nov 07, 2008]

Very accurate reproduction, great imaging, very low distortion ---a great value at their price and even at double their price!!


None I can find

These RTi A7 speakers are absolutely great!! Very good imaging, crystal clear highs and midrange and low deep bass that makes you want to turn off your subwoofer. Also, don't overlook the real cherry wood cabinets that are beautiful frrniture grade.

Customer Service

Great customer service

Similar Products Used: AR, JBL, Polk
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