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I have been eyeballing the larger lsim707s ever since i purchased my lsim703 speakers. I am on the fence about purchasing the larger floor standing 707s. Does any one have any thoughts or opinions. am just throwing money away. Currently have dual svs sb12 nsd subwoofers to carry the low notes.

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The reason I went with the 703's is because I have a capable sub to carry the low frequencies. Not sure you're really going to gain much. You might be better off getting the matching CC. IMHO.


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my other thought was to get the matching center channel lsim706 and swap my sb12 nsd's for a single sb13!

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my other thought was to get the matching center channel lsim706 and swap my sb12 nsd's for a single sb13!

 

Not a bad time to buy since Polk ebay is having a sale on them. Whatever sub you go with it will give you better and lower bass than the 707. If I were to go with the 707 it would only be if I had kids or animals in the house so it wouldn't be so easy to knock them over. The 707's do look nice though. At least they do to me. Your LSiC should be easy to sell since they are hard to come by.


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Thanks, the lsic looks like it will sell for 400+ lsim706 seems like a killer center channel for 800 bucks.

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