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Home Speaker Dilemma

Okay, so i went down to a few local audio stores and I was looking into a few sets of speakers.

I was looking into Polk Audio TSX550T Towers and SoundStage 3D50's. both are a decent size towers for the price they were on for. Which one would be a better choice for Music and Movies? I currently have Nuance Spatial 3cs's. Should I keep these or go into one of the speakers I listed above?
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Okay, so i went down to a few local audio stores and I was looking into a few sets of speakers.

I was looking into Polk Audio TSX550T Towers and SoundStage 3D50's. both are a decent size towers for the price they were on for. Which one would be a better choice for Music and Movies? I currently have Nuance Spatial 3cs's. Should I keep these or go into one of the speakers I listed above?
Speakers are a matter of taste. Pick which you prefer. There is no such thing as " movie" or "music" speakers. They don't know the difference. Speakers are just transducers, converting electrical to mechanical energy. Some do it more accurately than others.

Before changing speakers, have you read and understood Toole and Gedees on issues of imaging and difraction? Then what have you done to improve your room environment? In my experience, this is as important as the speaker. 90% of what some attribute to the speaker in imaging is really short distance reflection or diffraction issues.
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by Movies and Music I mean something that can hit decent bass without always using a subwoofer and good crisp highs without distortion. keep In mind I have a Yamaha RXV-675 amp. which is a 135watt rms per channel
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What's your budget? As already stated, speakers REALLY are a matter of taste. It's up to what sounds best to you.
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What's your budget? As already stated, speakers REALLY are a matter of taste. It's up to what sounds best to you.
I don't necessarily have a budget but I have limited options in my area. The polk audio and soundstage are the 2nd and 3rd in my store for price and the first retail for like $5000 CAD
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I don't necessarily have a budget but I have limited options in my area. The polk audio and soundstage are the 2nd and 3rd in my store for price and the first retail for like $5000 CAD
I hope you meant $500 for those Polks, not $5000. Otherwise that store is REALLY ripping you off. LOL

If you are not worried about budget and want good sound, then I'd look for PSB and Paradigm speakers and will have speakers much better than those entry level Polks. They are both excellent Canadian speaker companies. You could buy their towers without even hearing them and know you are getting a better speaker. Then for subs, look at the SVS offerings from Sonic Boom. And the SVS speakers are very good as well.

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I hope you meant $500 for those Polks, not $5000. Otherwise that store is REALLY ripping you off. LOL

If you are not worried about budget and want good sound, then I'd look for PSB and Paradigm speakers and will have speakers much better than those entry level Polks. They are both excellent Canadian speaker companies. You could buy their towers without even hearing them and know you are getting a better speaker. Then for subs, look at the SVS offerings from Sonic Boom. And the SVS speakers are very good as well.
No. The Polk Audio retail at $1200. I could get them for $600. The 3D50's retail at $1200 as well. I would not spend $5000 on a pair of speakers and if you could read I said I have a LIMITED selection in my area. And I don't want to spend $5000 otherwise I'd buy KEF.
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No. The Polk Audio retail at $1200. I could get them for $600. The 3D50's retail at $1200 as well. I would not spend $5000 on a pair of speakers and if you could read I said I have a LIMITED selection in my area. And I don't want to spend $5000 otherwise I'd buy KEF.
OK. Sorry I misunderstood what you meant.

I'd look into PSB and Paradigm.

Do you already have a sub? Do you just need three or five speakers?

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and if you could read
No need to be rude to someone who is trying to offer suggestions...
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^^ Yeah, my thought exactly. But for whatever reason it happens a lot.
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Yeah. And I wasn't apologizing for what he complained about. I was apologizing for having confused that the Polks were $5000. I got that he has "limited selection" in his area.

He should realize

* that we have no idea what his "limited selection" is
* that we have no idea what his familiarity is with other brands that may be available in his area, and they could be better choices
* that if he has the opportunity to listen to those two speaker upgrade choices, he's really in a better place to make a decision between those two and his current speakers than advice he can get from an Internet forum
* that he really does have a budget since now it's clear he doesn't want to spend $5000. He should have made more effort to answer that question instead of wasting people's time. He still hasn't told us exactly what his budget is.
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Criticize all you want. I'm asking your OPINION on the given speakers. Wasn't asking for suggestions on others. Because if I wanted that I could ask the 10 stuck up audiophiles I worked with who own Macintosh everything. Higher end then anyone on here owns... So out of the nuance spatial 3cs, Polk tsx550 and soundstage 3D50's, what do you think would have the best low end, mids and highs?
Wow... of course... then you have every right to be rude...
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Good luck with that attitude, Andy200. Instead of investing in new speakers, I'd recommend a class on people skills.
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Good luck with that attitude, Andy200. Instead of investing in new speakers, I'd recommend a class on people skills.
I'm not French. So keep your stereotypes to yourself. And I don't need people skills. You guys should read a question fully before responding. And for assuming Andy is a name for a guy you people need to rethink your responses. Good day
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Good luck with that attitude, Andy200. Instead of investing in new speakers, I'd recommend a class on people skills.
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I'm not French. So keep your stereotypes to yourself. And I don't need people skills. You guys should read a question fully before responding. And for assuming Andy is a name for a guy you people need to rethink your responses. Good day
1) I assumed you are french canadian, because every single canadian person I've ever met has been a delight, except for a few french canadians. You being so awful to people for no apparent reason reminded me of those french canadians I encountered. I apologize if that was an incorrect assumption... but you can see how I got there.

2) you *do* need people skills. badly.

3) Andy is only used for a girl's name 0.12% of the time, according to a quick google search. it was not an unreasonable assumption to think that you fell in the other 99.88% of people named Andy.

4) see #2 . Best of luck finding free help from strangers when you treat them this way.
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1) I assumed you are french canadian, because every single canadian person I've ever met has been a delight, except for a few french canadians. You being so awful to people for no apparent reason reminded me of those french canadians I encountered. I apologize if that was an incorrect assumption... but you can see how I got there.

2) you *do* need people skills. badly.

3) Andy is only used for a girl's name 0.12% of the time, according to a quick google search. it was not an unreasonable assumption to think that you fell in the other 99.88% of people named Andy.

4) see #2 . Best of luck finding free help from strangers when you treat them this way.
Andy specifically yes. Ever think it was shortened from another name? & your entitled your opinion but I only asked it on 3 pairs of speakers. I never asked for a different brand selection.
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What sounds great to one person might sound like utter cow poo to another.

Personally I am a fan of Polk Speakers I have heard them in stores and in friends houses compared them to other speakers and I would choose the Polks. Take someone else they might prefer another speaker company.

Home audio is very subjective. That is why we here recommend you listen to the speakers you have available pick the ones that sound good to your ears as you will be the person living with them day to day.

I can tell you to get X speaker but to your ears it might sound horrible.

Top it off you are looking for an upgrade its hard to say which is better cause we don't have your ears. Only you can be the true deciding factor if a different speaker is an upgrade for you.

Best of luck!
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What sounds great to one person might sound like utter cow poo to another.

Personally I am a fan of Polk Speakers I have heard them in stores and in friends houses compared them to other speakers and I would choose the Polks. Take someone else they might prefer another speaker company.

Home audio is very subjective. That is why we here recommend you listen to the speakers you have available pick the ones that sound good to your ears as you will be the person living with them day to day.

I can tell you to get X speaker but to your ears it might sound horrible.

Top it off you are looking for an upgrade its hard to say which is better cause we don't have your ears. Only you can be the true deciding factor if a different speaker is an upgrade for you.

Best of luck!
thank you crazyrob425 I was leaning toward Polk Audio. Just wanted to see if anyone here had them in their home.
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Andy specifically yes. Ever think it was shortened from another name? & your entitled your opinion but I only asked it on 3 pairs of speakers. I never asked for a different brand selection.
Grasping at straws, are we? So names like Joe, Dan, Andy, and a hundred other names here we are suppose to automatically assume that it is a female name shortened? It's a ridiculous comment to make, and like every ridiculous comment you've made, it's spewed out with a 5 ton chip on your shoulder.
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Okay, so i went down to a few local audio stores and I was looking into a few sets of speakers.

I was looking into Polk Audio TSX550T Towers and SoundStage 3D50's. both are a decent size towers for the price they were on for. Which one would be a better choice for Music and Movies? I currently have Nuance Spatial 3cs's. Should I keep these or go into one of the speakers I listed above?
I would look at listening distances and listening levels. Then you can make a list of speakers that can meet these performance levels and try to listen to them. If your listening distance is under 8' and you listen at 15db below reference, then, no list is needed. Just find a speaker that you like the sound.

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I would look at listening distances and listening levels. Then you can make a list of speakers that can meet these performance levels and try to listen to them. If your listening distance is under 8' and you listen at 15db below reference, then, no list is needed. Just find a speaker that you like the sound.
I am looking at listening distances ranging from 9-20ft. but I tend to like my lower levels alot more. that's why i was looking into the polk because of the 2 8" subs. i have a 7.2 set up i just don't always want to turn on my subs, especially after 10. They are a bit overkill.
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I am looking at listening distances ranging from 9-20ft. but I tend to like my lower levels alot more. that's why i was looking into the polk because of the 2 8" subs. i have a 7.2 set up i just don't always want to turn on my subs, especially after 10. They are a bit overkill.
If two 8" subs are overkill for you, then a speaker using a soft dome and having lower sensitivity will work fine for you. So pretty much most any speaker that extends low enough for use without a sub, that has pleasing sound for you would work. We carry about a dozen different speaker lines, one of which is Polk. If we can help you, shoot us an email or call.

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If two 8" subs are overkill for you, then a speaker using a soft dome and having lower sensitivity will work fine for you. So pretty much most any speaker that extends low enough for use without a sub, that has pleasing sound for you would work. We carry about a dozen different speaker lines, one of which is Polk. If we can help you, shoot us an email or call.
The 2x 8" subs within the polk tsx550 aren't overkill themselves. My subs that I have now tend to be overkill later at night. But I tend to love bass so during the day they are on at all possible opportunities
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The 2x 8" subs within the polk tsx550 aren't overkill themselves. My subs that I have now tend to be overkill later at night. But I tend to love bass so during the day they are on at all possible opportunities
I did not mean over kill as in not using them. Many here would not consider two 8" subs as plenty. No insult intended. Just that we have a lot of HT guys and a few girls here with multiple subs, many using 18's. It is a lot easier to fill a space with frequencies from 80hz and up, than it is to fill a space with frequencies from 80hz and down.

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