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post #1 of 2 Old 01-30-2014, 04:45 PM - Thread Starter
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I recently purchased two Polk 55T towers and a Denon AVR 1613.  I am planning on buying either the Polk 15c or 25c center, and a BIC F12 sub soon.  I also in the future will be getting surrounds, but am not sure if satellite speakers will work well, or if bookshelf would be better.  Satellites would be easier for placement since they are smaller and can be mounted.


My questions are.


1.  Would Polk RM6751 speakers work well for surrounds, or would the 35B or Monitor 30 series 2 bookshelf speakers be a big upgrade?


2.  Would the 15c or 25c sound better with this setup?  Should I just assume the 25c would be the better speaker?


Any input is appreciated,


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1. Yes there is a big difference I had the Polk rm6750 5.1 before my Monitor 30's and now RTi4 and their was a big difference in sound ability the Monitor 30's would be best for sound quality

2. If you can fit the 25c go with that but if not go with the 15c.
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