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Forgive me if this was covered somewhere, but can some explain the differences between the 15c, cs10, cs1?

I can see that the 25c, cs2 are the larger woofers, but I am not sure the difference between the 2. I know some of these look different. I would have wanted black but the monitor 50's I just got are cherry. I am thinking of getting the best match to my 50's so the 15c, cs10 ans cs1 should do but why one over the other?

Btw newegg has the 25c, cs2 for 99 and the 15c, cs10 and cs1 for 79.
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get the CS1 or CS2 which matches your Polk 50's. I recommend the CS2 you want the larger center as most dialogue comes from it when watching movies.
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get the CS1 or CS2 which matches your Polk 50's. I recommend the CS2 you want the larger center as most dialogue comes from it when watching movies.
I was thinking the idea was to try and match the front 3 the best you can.
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get the CS1 or CS2 which matches your Polk 50's. I recommend the CS2 you want the larger center as most dialogue comes from it when watching movies.
Although I may agree, it still doesnt answer my question. Whats the difference?
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Forgive me if this was covered somewhere, but can some explain the differences between the 15c, cs10, cs1?

I can see that the 25c, cs2 are the larger woofers, but I am not sure the difference between the 2. I know some of these look different. I would have wanted black but the monitor 50's I just got are cherry. I am thinking of getting the best match to my 50's so the 15c, cs10 ans cs1 should do but why one over the other?

Btw newegg has the 25c, cs2 for 99 and the 15c, cs10 and cs1 for 79.
I agree with Nodes here. I've heard both the CS10, CS1, CS20 and (owned) the CS2. Go for the larger center and don't ever look back.....Why, dialogue my man, why skimp when you can command It's been said that the CS1 or 10 is a good match for the M50's, and that may very well be true however, in comparison, the smaller center struggles next to the larger one (I've heard them side by side). I too was going for the "price" until I learned how to go with "performance".


Having a good room correction software in your AVR will match the larger center to your mains with no fuss......You will not regret it. It's large though, but don't let that dissuade you. My number one rule; don't let your furniture or TV console decide what speaker you get, after all, it's the "sound" we strive for, not the fit!
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I was thinking the idea was to try and match the front 3 the best you can.

google this dilema and you will get this "Both the 50's and 60's will timber match the CS2, as they are all part of the Monitor line that Polk is phasing out. You will find that the CS2 will blend in well with either the 50's or 60's, despite it's larger driver. But IMO, it will blend in that much better with the 60's because of it's extra driver."
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Although I may agree, it still doesnt answer my question. Whats the difference?

I hope my post answers your question

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Again, Nodes speaks the truth. ALL of the Monitor line is timbre matched!

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I agree with Nodes here. I've heard both the CS10, CS1, CS20 and (owned) the CS2. Go for the larger center and don't ever look back.....Why, dialogue my man, why skimp when you can command It's been said that the CS1 or 10 is a good match for the M50's, and that may very well be true however, in comparison, the smaller center struggles next to the larger one (I've heard them side by side). I too was going for the "price" until I learned how to go with "performance".


Having a good room correction software in your AVR will match the larger center to your mains with no fuss......You will not regret it. It's large though, but don't let that dissuade you. My number one rule; don't let your furniture or TV console decide what speaker you get, after all, it's the "sound" we strive for, not the fit!
For the extra 20 its no big deal. I only have a denon avr-887 without a mic, so I am at a loss for a bit. I just didnt want to have the center over power the towers.

Cs2 it is.
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google this dilema and you will get this "Both the 50's and 60's will timber match the CS2, as they are all part of the Monitor line that Polk is phasing out. You will find that the CS2 will blend in well with either the 50's or 60's, despite it's larger driver. But IMO, it will blend in that much better with the 60's because of it's extra driver."
All things being equal the 70's have the same size driver, but money is the issue. Right now I have a center from a sony surround, which although doesnt sound bad, doesnt match. I am sure it is lacking. I am not yet spoiled with greatness so when I upgrade something that I dont know any better, I marvel at the quality. I know the polks are not to the extent some have on this forum. But when I switch from sealed yamahas to ported polks I could hear a huge difference.

Thanks for the input. I now need to see if I can pull the funds together for the cs2.
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For the extra 20 its no big deal. I only have a denon avr-887 without a mic, so I am at a loss for a bit. I just didnt want to have the center over power the towers.

Cs2 it is.

Good man, you will enjoy it. I actually ordered the CS1 because of price, it showed up, I returned it, got the CS2 and oh so happy......


The CS2 will keep you in line for years to come. Your AVR will supply the power. eventually, if you ever upgrade to an amplifier, your center will benefit as well. Don't be afraid to play with settings as well, so long as you're able to.

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For the extra 20 its no big deal. I only have a denon avr-887 without a mic, so I am at a loss for a bit. I just didnt want to have the center over power the towers.

Cs2 it is.
Your 50's are capable speakers. If you're able to manually adjust the HZ settings in your AVR, you can just play around with it until you here something you like.


I'm very interested to hear how you make out.!

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How far are you sitting from the speaker? To answer your question if not done already, the difference between the CS1, CS10 and the 15C is basically looks. Nothing more. If you are 8-10 feet or less from the speaker and don't play it loud, the CS1 etc is fine. I had the monitor line. Pretty good for the price!

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Your 50's are capable speakers. If you're able to manually adjust the HZ settings in your AVR, you can just play around with it until you here something you like.


I'm very interested to hear how you make out.!
Thanks, I had hoped to buy it but had to fork over money to my sons new troop. He just bridged to boyscouts. I hope to have enough money in a few weeks and that the newegg or similar deal is available.
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How far are you sitting from the speaker? To answer your question if not done already, the difference between the CS1, CS10 and the 15C is basically looks. Nothing more. If you are 8-10 feet or less from the speaker and don't play it loud, the CS1 etc is fine. I had the monitor line. Pretty good for the price!
About 8-10, but loud is all relitive and depends on how much I can get before my family complains. Still working on sound proofing the garage. I am sure the lower models would sound great. It also helps that I have been using garge speakers so far. The monitors sound so much better then what I was using.
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Did you get a center yet? Get the CS1/CS10. It is a perfect match for the 50s. The CS2/CS20 is really the match for the 70s.

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Thanks, I had hoped to buy it but had to fork over money to my sons new troop. He just bridged to boyscouts. I hope to have enough money in a few weeks and that the newegg or similar deal is available.

Thanks for the update!


LOL, over the last five years, I can't begin to tell you how many times allocated "speaker" money ended up going to a bill of some sort.


No worries, I had to always remind myself that "good things come to those that wait", or persuaded to use their hard earned money for something else


Since I've been buying Polk Speakers ('09), I've seen the CS2 go on sale more times than you can imagine. I just saw a recommendation for you to go with the CS1, I'd shake that one off, true, the poster did mention is was the perfect center for the M60 - 70, but the rule of thumb I've learned to follow, is to get the largest Center Channel in a series regardless of the size mains you're using. Dialogue will be more discernable, and a more effortless application. Overall sound quality achieved

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That is true Geoff. I was more concerned with the cost and size for the OP. A third M50 in the middle would be ideal.

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That is true Geoff. I was more concerned with the cost and size for the OP. A third M50 in the middle would be ideal.

Ideal indeed, I did that with my A9's and learned what a "true" seamless front end was all about!
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how does the csi3 compare to the cs2?
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how does the csi3 compare to the cs2?
Not sure. The CSi3 is the equivalent to the CSiA4. I went from the CS2 to the CSiA6. Sorry

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how does the csi3 compare to the cs2?
The CSi3 is the center that matches the RTi4 or RTi6. The CS2 is the center that matches the Monitor 70 or 75T. The CS2 can also be used successfully with Monitor 50s and 60s.

Since you want to match a Monitor 50, either a CS2 or a CS1 (or its variants) is what you should get.
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The CSi3 is the center that matches the RTi4 or RTi6. The CS2 is the center that matches the Monitor 70 or 75T. The CS2 can also be used successfully with Monitor 50s and 60s.

Since you want to match a Monitor 50, either a CS2 or a CS1 (or its variants) is what you should get.
Thanks all. I had a csi3 pop up on CL and thought I would ask. The seller was calling it a higher end then the cs2. Whats funny is I could find very little info. I wish polk's website supported past models.
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Polk's website used to have great information on past models. Then they improved their website and it is worthless.
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Polk's website used to have great information on past models. Then they improved their website and it is worthless.
Apparently they are not fond of customer service either. I emailed them twice about info and questions regarding the website and I have heard nothing back. At least so far they make decent speakers. Again coming from my wimpy set up.
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Apparently they are not fond of customer service either. I emailed them twice about info and questions regarding the website and I have heard nothing back. At least so far they make decent speakers. Again coming from my wimpy set up.

They've never been good about emails, calling their 800 number is the way to go, I've always had great customer service, but you've got to call them!

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They've never been good about emails, calling their 800 number is the way to go, I've always had great customer service, but you've got to call them!
I believe they are in a different time zone. The couple of times I sat down to figure it out they werent open yet. So I emailed. I may try tomorrow.
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I believe they are in a different time zone. The couple of times I sat down to figure it out they werent open yet. So I emailed. I may try tomorrow.
The service center is in CA, HQ is on the East coast. The CA center is the one to call.

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The service center is in CA, HQ is on the East coast. The CA center is the one to call.
Well I haven't gotten it yet, but maybe soon. I did btw get an email from polk after over a week. I did go back and forth with them about these. They advise sticking with the 5.25 matched cs1 and cs10 or the 6.5 cs20 and cs2 or the 15c and 25c.
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Well I haven't gotten it yet, but maybe soon. I did btw get an email from polk after over a week. I did go back and forth with them about these. They advise sticking with the 5.25 matched cs1 and cs10 or the 6.5 cs20 and cs2 or the 15c and 25c.
Not sure how much you want to save in your purchase price, but Polk's eBay store has new Polk CS2 center's available for $100 shipped.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Polk-Audio-C...item540e2019f7
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Polk-Audio-C...item35da935a28

You would have to struggle to find it for less. As in my memory $100 shipped is the least I have seen them sell for.
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