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iconian 48,339 65,387 September 15, 2016 at 01:21 PM in Speakers (5) More Adorama Deals
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Promoted 09-23-2016 by qwikwit at 12:27 PM View Original Post
Update: This great deal is still available.

Adorama has Polk Audio TSx Speaker Bundle on sale for $429.99. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

Includes:
  • 2x of Polk Audio TSx 330T 2-Way Floorstanding Tower Speakers
  • 1x of Polk Audio TSx 150C Center Channel Speaker
  • 2x of Polk Audio TSx 110B 2-Way Bookshelf Speakers with 5.25" Driver

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This price is $40 less than a recent Frontpage deal for the same bundle. -johnny_miller

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Edited September 16, 2016 at 04:50 PM by cricket702
These are pretty popular individually, but because they are cheaper to ship together + you also get discount for buying together, these are pretty hot



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  • 2x of Polk Audio TSx 330T 2-Way Floorstanding Tower Speakers
  • 1x of Polk Audio TSx 150C Center Channel Speaker
  • 2x of Polk Audio TSx 110B 2-Way Bookshelf Speakers with 5.25" Driver
$430 + Free Shipping
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That's for the 440T, and is overpriced. The set in the OP can be had for around $530 on Amazon if purchased separately, so this is still a saving...

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Holy crap that's a good deal. In for 1 ! Thanks
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Looks like a mistake worth capitalizing on. Polk through Amazon is over $1100
Polk Audio 5-Piece Speaker Bundle with (2) TSx 440T, (2) TSx 110B, and (1) TSx 150C https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01ELW6...2xb2S53CYJ
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Quote from ryru View Post :
Looks like a mistake worth capitalizing on. Polk through Amazon is over $1100
Polk Audio 5-Piece Speaker Bundle with (2) TSx 440T, (2) TSx 110B, and (1) TSx 150C https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01ELW6...2xb2S53CYJ
That's for the 440T, and is overpriced. The set in the OP can be had for around $530 on Amazon if purchased separately, so this is still a saving...
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What would y'all drive these with? I'm looking for a decent, not break the bank receiver that will get the most out of these speakers
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What would y'all drive these with? I'm looking for a decent, not break the bank receiver that will get the most out of these speakers
I ran my Polk Monitors off a Sony receiver for years and was happy til I bought a refurbed Marantz from Accessories4less and realized what I was missing. the difference was not at all subtle. IIRC, the Marantz was just under $400 for the previous year's model.
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I've been riding one of the lower tier Yamaha 5.1 350 series receivers for years. Would I need to upgrade to something better to get the best performance out of these things? I'm building a new house and closing in a few weeks and looking to upgrade my speakers.
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This is a good deal on a nice set of Home Theater speakers. You might not even need a sub unless you like to vibrate your fillings.
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I ran my Polk Monitors off a Sony receiver for years and was happy til I bought a refurbed Marantz from Accessories4less and realized what I was missing. the difference was not at all subtle. IIRC, the Marantz was just under $400 for the previous year's model.
I agree. Accessories4less has good prices on refurb receivers. In 2015, I bought a Yamaha Aventage 2040 for around $700 to replace my Onkyo TX-SR605. the sound difference was phenomenal!

I'd highly recommend Yamaha Aventage series. start out small with these polks, then plan on getting some kits from www.diysoundgroup.com and you'll thank me.

I had pair of Polk Rti8 towers from 2007-2014. upgraded to diy kit Fusion 12 Tempest and WOW.... highs are super crisp, mids are very filling and these Tempests made my basement sound better than a movie theater (says my wife and friends).

I won't ever recommend Polks again. much worth the effort of building your own speakers.
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How are these compared to the Pioneer Andrew Jones series? I sold those awhile ago and I'm trying to get them back again, but they're hardly on sale anymore.
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How are these compared to the Pioneer Andrew Jones series? I sold those awhile ago and I'm trying to get them back again, but they're hardly on sale anymore.
Best to ask over at the AVS forums for speaker recommendations (and how they compare). If they don't like these Polks, you'll get good recommendations for other models within your price range.

Not that it means much, as sound is subjective, but I'm not a giant fan of the Pioneer Andrew Jones' speakers myself... too warm for my tastes.
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I've been riding one of the lower tier Yamaha 5.1 350 series receivers for years. Would I need to upgrade to something better to get the best performance out of these things? I'm building a new house and closing in a few weeks and looking to upgrade my speakers.
Yes that amp has 105 watts per channel and will easily power these speakers. These speakers have a pretty high sensitivity which means they will play loud with little wattage. Your amp has a decent amount of watts per channel. Many cheap amps have 50-85 wpc, decent ones tend to have 90-110 wpc, and nice ones tend to have over 120 wpc. Obviously there are other factors which go into sound quality, but long story short: Your amp has more than enough power to make your ears bleed with this speaker system.
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Looks like they're going to start clearing these out as they prepare (Polk) to release their new moderately priced Polk Signature/American Hi Fi lineup.

Just got notified today about the new speakers that go on sale next month. Strange, they (apparently) didn't develop a sub for these new speakers as the link to the new line (only available in black) has a cherry PSW125 along with it.

http://www.polkaudio.com/home-aud...ewArrivals
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Yes that amp has 105 watts per channel and will easily power these speakers. These speakers have a pretty high sensitivity which means they will play loud with little wattage. Your amp has a decent amount of watts per channel. Many cheap amps have 50-85 wpc, decent ones tend to have 90-110 wpc, and nice ones tend to have over 120 wpc. Obviously there are other factors which go into sound quality, but long story short: Your amp has more than enough power to make your ears bleed with this speaker system.
Agreed. I have an old Yamaha 5.1 HTR that still sounds fantastic, and I've thrown a lot of shit at it. Get some better speaker wire than the stock it comes with. A roll of 12awg is like $16 for 50ft at Monoprice.

I also have an old Polk 5.1 soundbar that has been nothing but exceptional and durable. Can't speak for these specific speakers, but the two companies seem to pair well together.
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