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Polk LSIM Speakers (Open Box): 2x M705 + 2x M703 + M706c EXPIRED

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Adorama.com has select Polk LSi M Speaker Bundles (Open Box) on sale listed below. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

Note, speakers are Brand New but packaging/box may be damaged
  • Polk LSiM Open Box $1699
    • Available Colors
      • Mahogany 
        • Temporary on back order but can still be ordered and will ship when available
      • Cherry
    • Includes
      • 2 x Polk LSi M705 Floorstanding Loudspeakers
      • 2 x Polk LSi M703 Bookshelf Speakers (Black, Pair)
      • 1 x Polk LSi M706c Center Channel Speaker
  • Polk LSiM Open Box $2099 
    • Available Colors
      • Mahogany 
        • Temporary on back order but can still be ordered and will ship when available
      • Cherry
    • Includes
      • 2 x Polk LSi M705 Floorstanding Loudspeakers
      • 2 x Polk LSi M703 Bookshelf Speakers (Pair)
      • 1 x Polk LSi M706c Center Channel Speaker
      • 1 x Polk LSiM 702 F/X surround speakers. (Pair)
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open box, unused, full 5 year warranty

Polk LSiM Open Box: mahogany [adorama.com] or cherry [adorama.com] $1699
  • 2 x Polk LSi M705 Floorstanding Loudspeakers
  • 1 x Polk LSi M703 Bookshelf Speakers (Black - come as 2 speakers)
  • 1 x Polk LSi M706c Center Channel Speaker
Polk LSiM Open Box: mahogany [adorama.com] or cherry [adorama.com] $2099
  • 2 x Polk LSi M705 Floorstanding Loudspeakers
  • 2 x Polk LSi M703 Bookshelf Speakers (come as 2 speakers)
  • 1 x Polk LSi M706c Center Channel Speaker
  • 1 x Polk LSiM 702 F/X surround speakers. (2 speakers)
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You have to spend extra money on a high powered receiver or additional amps to run these non efficient speakers, yes?
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You have to spend extra money on a high powered receiver or additional amps to run these non efficient speakers, yes?

it depends.. some say you need dedicated amps but i feel that a good receiver will work, like 110w+ per channel
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Just get the speakers and hook them in your current setup. Stop talking yourself out of buying these. If you feel like you still need more juice in your receiver you can always find those a dime a dozen. Discounts like these on such premium speakers never come around (although these have been discounted quite a few times lately). Something tells me a new series is in the works and once these sell out, well, good luck with the new series MSRP 4x higher for the entire set of the present price.
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Hmm, too bad those don't have 707s. And all the ones that do have 707s are A LOT more =\
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Just get the speakers and hook them in your current setup. Stop talking yourself out of buying these. If you feel like you still need more juice in your receiver you can always find those a dime a dozen. Discounts like these on such premium speakers never come around (although these have been discounted quite a few times lately). Something tells me a new series is in the works and once these sell out, well, good luck with the new series MSRP 4x higher for the entire set of the present price.


This is one hundred percent true. LSi series is one of the best budget audiophile grade speakers. This is an insane price. Even the old used ones are going for higher price than this. If someone is on the fence, JUMP now.
You can always buy a better amp/ receiver later.
Remember, speakers rarely go down in price but the receivers and amps do.
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This is one hundred percent true. LSi series is one of the best budget audiophile grade speakers. This is an insane price. Even the old used ones are going for higher price than this. If someone is on the fence, JUMP now.
You can always buy a better amp/ receiver later.
Remember, speakers rarely go down in price but the receivers and amps do.
Do you have experience with these? I am auditioning a set of B&W (2x CM8,2x CM1 and center)...I have an tx-NR809...I purchased the B&W set for a steal (floor model BB...basically the same price as this set)....my previous set was KEF3005....I'm trying to decide if I should keep the B&W or give these a go. I'm looking at the 707 set...do you/anyone have experience or opinion on what I should do? I'm mainly into HT, with a bit of music mixed in. Thanks!
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I bought the 705s + 704c on a previous deal. The 705 is simply outstanding! I am building a 7.1.4 Atmos system and these are the fronts.

My HT is built around a Denon x4300h receiver but I will be using the pre-outs for FL, C and FR as these speakers need a lot of reserve power to really sing.

My family loved the 705s so much that we bought a second set a few days ago for our living room.
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Bought these for $300 more, and still consider that a bargain (although I wish I'd held out for the cherry finish). Listening to HD audio on these is a favorite pastime. If you're considering them (and you can afford them), I strongly suggest you bite.
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I bought the 705s + 704c on a previous deal. The 705 is simply outstanding! I am building a 7.1.4 Atmos system and these are the fronts.

My HT is built around a Denon x4300h receiver but I will be using the pre-outs for FL, C and FR as these speakers need a lot of reserve power to really sing.

My family loved the 705s so much that we bought a second set a few days ago for our living room.
You dont need "reserve" power fyi...current (and stability of it) is far more important then power.

These speakers are pretty sensitive.

Google around about speaker and power requirements...there is a ton of misinformation out there by manufacturers to get you to buy unnecessary gear.

I have the same avr in one of my rooms in my house powering CM10s with no issue what so ever.

Anyone telling you otherwise is just reading the misinformation from some manufacture blog and never actually testing using a meter....

https://www.lifewire.com/power-ne...rs-3134849

https://www.cnet.com/news/can-a-2...-watt-amp/
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I bought the 705s + 704c on a previous deal. The 705 is simply outstanding! I am building a 7.1.4 Atmos system and these are the fronts.

My HT is built around a Denon x4300h receiver but I will be using the pre-outs for FL, C and FR as these speakers need a lot of reserve power to really sing.

My family loved the 705s so much that we bought a second set a few days ago for our living room.
I probably asked you in a previous thread but does it reach normal volumes with the Denon? I have the same receiver and don't really want to buy an outboard amp for another grand.
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For rear I need in wall, believe these won't work and there is no option to buy just the FR FL FC
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For rear I need in wall, believe these won't work and there is no option to buy just the FR FL FC
If you're in the Twin Cities area, I'd take the 703's for the invoiced amount. Shipping is probably not worth it.
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I probably asked you in a previous thread but does it reach normal volumes with the Denon? I have the same receiver and don't really want to buy an outboard amp for another grand.
My HT is WIP. I haven't even unboxed the Denon receiver as yet. However I do have the m705s hooked up to a Denon 3808ci in my living room. It works fine in stereo mode. The problem with these receivers is that there is no published power rating with all channels driven. The m705s can be bi-amped so I currently have them configured them with the receiver using bi-amp in amp-assign. It can get really loud (well above normal levels) without pushing the receiver all the way.

The m706c can also be bi-amped (unlike the m704c)
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