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What is your opinion on The Polk PSW10 which goes for $105 used, the Dayton SUB-1000 for about $125 new
and the Polk PSW110 for about $150 new. It will be set up in a 5.1 configuration.

For now I also have 2 Polk tsi300s and a pioneer sp-c22. My AVR is a Sony STR-DN1030.

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Dayton all the way. There is a reason Polk names their subs PSW. It means piece of s**t woofer. The PSW-10 you should be able to did for no more than $100 new. $105 used is a royal ripoff.

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What is your opinion on The Polk PSW10 which goes for $105 used, the Dayton SUB-1000 for about $125 new
and the Polk PSW110 for about $150 new. It will be set up in a 5.1 configuration.

For now I also have 2 Polk tsi300s and a pioneer sp-c22. My AVR is a Sony STR-DN1030.

Thanks.

Any reason why you mixed your front three speakers? They really ought to match and you would get much better imaging with either a matching Polk center, or Pioneer bookshelves.

And yes +1 to the Dayton, except I would get this one instead: http://www.parts-express.com/pe/showdetl.cfm?partnumber=300-629

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+1 to the Dayton SUB-1200, especially when it's on sale for ~$110 + shipping.
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Since I am using 2 Polk tsi300 floor speakers which Polk would be the best match for the center channel speaker?
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Since I am using 2 Polk tsi300 floor speakers which Polk would be the best match for the center channel speaker?

CS10 or CS20.

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The Polk CS10 would be the matching center to the Polk TSi300s.

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