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Old 04-21-2010, 12:29 PM - Thread Starter
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I have read a few of the threads on here and would like some more opinions on these fine speakers.

I currently own the Polk Lsi 15, Lsi C and Lsi FX's with a PSW110 for my sub. The system is currently being powered by an Onkyo TX-SR805, which powers them pretty sufficently for my small condo.

Here is what I am considering doing and the question that I would lioke some advice on. I have the opportunity through my work to get a hold of the DefTech Mythos ST's for an unbelievable deal. I love my Lsi's, but the M-ST's are so much small and less power hungry. Would I be happier with the M-ST's and my current receiver or would I be happier buying a decent power amp or upgrading my sub and wiring the fronts in through the sub?

Thanks for the advice on my first thread.
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totally different sounds, depending on what you like, make sure hear them first before you buy because the 2 are at the opposit ends of the spectrum. If i were you, i get a super sub if you like what you have now.
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Stick with what you have and put the money to a much better higher end subwoofer
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If you really do love your Lsi speakers you should stick with them.
If you are really kinda thinking they are bright maybe even harsh sounding when you apply a little volume then find the Def Techs locally and audition them for a few hours to see if you prefer that sound.

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I owned the ST for a short time, and they are quite impressive. I would at least give em a listen. I powered em with the 805 as well.

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If you really do love your Lsi speakers you should stick with them.
If you are really kinda thinking they are bright maybe even harsh sounding when you apply a little volume then find the Def Techs locally and audition them for a few hours to see if you prefer that sound.

those lsi are anything but bright, warm if i may say so. Polks' other lines are exremely bright.
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Thank you for all the thoughts. A new sub is exactly what I have been thinking that I am in need of. Only reason I have the PSW110 is because I got it for $50 and for my condo is more than enough bass. Neighbors already hate me enough.
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