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RealDeal, have you found any more information on these? I'm having a tough time getting any information on how the V series compares to the MC series in sound quality. (Bezel construction is not important to me.)
I never had much luck finding more details. But then I was in Best Buy and they have VT60 speakers in stock. I couldn't find anything about the difference between VT60 and V60. I e-mailed Polk but never heard anything back. The VT60 box specs seemed identical to the V60 speakers that say they are coming soon on Polk's website. My guess is they are the exact same thing.

I bought 4 of the VT60 speakers and bought the pre-drywall brackets (Polk PB LC/TC/RT 60) since our house was new construction. I've got 265RT speakers in the rear wall and RT-A9 speakers for mains along with an old PSW1200 sub and a CSI-A6 for the center channel. I'm using a Denon X5200 and it sounds great! I still don't have the sub position correctly so the bass isn't quite right but I've been very happy with the VT60 speakers in the ceiling for Atmos. I've heard the Atmos demos at Best Buy and I think my setup sounds better. But I realize that's a rather small sample size. I'm using the VT60 speakers as Front Height and Top Middle due to the layout of my room and my couch being against the back wall.

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I never had much luck finding more details. But then I was in Best Buy and they have VT60 speakers in stock. I couldn't find anything about the difference between VT60 and V60. I e-mailed Polk but never heard anything back. The VT60 box specs seemed identical to the V60 speakers that say they are coming soon on Polk's website. My guess is they are the exact same thing.
Thanks Dave. I did call and talk to a customer service rep and explained I was looking to understand the RC/MC/V tiers and how they compared to each other. That didn't really go anywhere. Then I asked specifically about the RC80i/RC85i, and was told they were a good speaker for the money and very popular. Then I asked about the MC80/MC85, and was told they were a newer model than the RC with better electronics and materials. Then I asked about the V series, and was told that it was newer than the MC with better electronics and materials.

Each time, the rep typed stuff into his computer and read some details off the screen. I'm not sure I got anything other than a chronology of product releases from the conversation. And what makes it harder to figure out is this sentence in a press release for the V series (boldface mine):
Created to meet the needs of more modest audio budgets, the new Polk V Series in-wall/in-ceiling speakers complete the highly popular Vanishing Series. Like other speakers in the series, the new V models have Wafer-thin Sheer-Grilles that are utterly invisible, fit smoothly flush, and are acoustically inert for wide dispersion and uniform sound coverage even in larger rooms. Square grilles are also available for the in-ceiling 6.5-inch and 8-inch models.
"More modest budgets" suggest there is a better-performing model in the lineup. Also, does that mean this series trades off some performance for slicker bezel technology? I really don't care about bezel construction or depth; I want whatever sounds best in this form factor.

Maybe I'll call in again and see if I get someone else to talk to.
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I've auditioned both. RTi line is worth double the price without question. Huge audible improvement.
Wish I had never bought the Monitors, or Tsi's for that matter. I'll likely end up giving away what I can and throw out the rest. I'm all Rti now. As you say, HUGE difference in sound quality.
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Wish I had never bought the Monitors, or Tsi's for that matter. I'll likely end up giving away what I can and throw out the rest. I'm all Rti now. As you say, HUGE difference in sound quality.
I always regret not pulling the trigger on a pair of rtia 9 when newegg was clearing them out dirt cheap. they would have saved me so much money, just to skip the entry level stuff.
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I always regret not pulling the trigger on a pair of rtia 9 when newegg was clearing them out dirt cheap. they would have saved me so much money, just to skip the entry level stuff.
I was just looking at newegg a couple days ago because they had Rti8's on sale for around $130. We're moving later this month and I considered just scrapping some of my smaller Rti's and just having new ones delivered to our new home 1000 miles away... it could potentially be cheaper than moving them.

Anyway, I won't be going that route after all, but I did notice they have A9's listed for $499, which is I believe about 50% under retail... maybe as good as Polk's F&F sale.

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Hi Guys,

Thanks for all your replies, it seems like you are making me closer to pulling the trigger on RTIs. If I get double the sound for extra 50$ then it's obviously worth the hassle of returning TSX speakers, however, most of you refer to TSI vs RTI (or even RTIA) , I know that TSX is next series of TSI, so maybe they are better than TSI actually? As said before, I don't want to pack my old speakers, go to UPS, wait for my new RTI speakers and then end up with same sound quality.
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Hi Guys,

Thanks for all your replies, it seems like you are making me closer to pulling the trigger on RTIs. If I get double the sound for extra 50$ then it's obviously worth the hassle of returning TSX speakers, however, most of you refer to TSI vs RTI (or even RTIA) , I know that TSX is next series of TSI, so maybe they are better than TSI actually? As said before, I don't want to pack my old speakers, go to UPS, wait for my new RTI speakers and then end up with same sound quality.
There really isn't much to compare. Especially if you are able to power them with a dedicated amp later on down the road.

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Honest Opinion

I have M60s as my Mains, CS2 as my Center, M30s as my surrounds and off brand Micca M-8C. My AVR is a Yammy 3050.

Am I missing out on something here? To my ears, my system sounds great! However, before I ran YPAO, it sounded good to me but afterwards it sounded freaking awesome! Now, my MR is wide open to the rest of the house. It's really a living room that I just put all of the A/V equipment in. Do I just have a low expectation for sound quality or are the Monitor Series II just good budget speakers?

I am only asking because I have a little extra cash ~1,000 US and was wondering if it would be any benefit for me to upgrade.

Room is not treated and subs are just ok.

Was actually thinking about spending that $1k on dual Outlaw Ultra X12s...

Damn you upgraditis!

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A better sub or subs would indeed be a good investment if your current bottom end is lacking. The Tsi and Tsx lines are in fact Monitors in a nicer cabinet. If you are happy with your Monitors/Tsi's then no need to upgrade for now. Perosnally I came to Polk from another high end line of speakers and was disappointed with Polk's budget line. I thought larger Monitors would sound better, but was always disappointed, until I added a Csi5 to my M70's and was blown away by the difference in sound quality. After that I upgraded everything to Rti's all around. My only regret is that I didn't do it sooner. As I said a few posts earlier, wish I'd moved out of the Monitor and Tsi line earlier.
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Polk upgrade

Now maybe I have this in the correct forum.


I was thinking of getting the Polk RTi8 for fronts. Would that make much of a difference from my 70's? Also, should I put the 60's or 70's as my rear? I am also thinking of upgrading my center. What would be good for that? Thanks

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Now maybe I have this in the correct forum.


I was thinking of getting the Polk RTi8 for fronts. Would that make much of a difference from my 70's? Also, should I put the 60's or 70's as my rear? I am also thinking of upgrading my center. What would be good for that? Thanks
you can look for a csi5 for the center. RTI will give you more detail sound and better clarity. Your would not regret them and the monitors will work fine as surrounds or rears.
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Honest Opinion

I have M60s as my Mains, CS2 as my Center, M30s as my surrounds and off brand Micca M-8C. My AVR is a Yammy 3050.

Am I missing out on something here? To my ears, my system sounds great! However, before I ran YPAO, it sounded good to me but afterwards it sounded freaking awesome! Now, my MR is wide open to the rest of the house. It's really a living room that I just put all of the A/V equipment in. Do I just have a low expectation for sound quality or are the Monitor Series II just good budget speakers?

I am only asking because I have a little extra cash ~1,000 US and was wondering if it would be any benefit for me to upgrade.

Room is not treated and subs are just ok.

Was actually thinking about spending that $1k on dual Outlaw Ultra X12s...

Damn you upgraditis!
it's like a dirty window vs a clean window. So yes you are missing out, but if your happy ignorance is bliss.
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Hi Guys,

Thanks for all your replies, it seems like you are making me closer to pulling the trigger on RTIs. If I get double the sound for extra 50$ then it's obviously worth the hassle of returning TSX speakers, however, most of you refer to TSI vs RTI (or even RTIA) , I know that TSX is next series of TSI, so maybe they are better than TSI actually? As said before, I don't want to pack my old speakers, go to UPS, wait for my new RTI speakers and then end up with same sound quality.
Speaker technology hasn't changed too much in decades. The budget line of TSi or TSx will still not sound as good as the current RTi A line or older RTi line. The changes will largely be cosmetic or something that's more of a lateral move when a line is updated.

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Polk 265RT or 65Rt to Replace Fxi3 Speakers?

Due to space limitations I cannot use my Fxi3 speakers which I love for the sound. The sitting (sofa) area will only be about 2' behind us from the in-wall speaker options shown in the title. Which of these would be the best and would the 265RT be over-powering this close to our heads? I know I can adjust the volume using my receiver. I want the sound, but I don't want the speakers blowing our heads off. Also would I install these directly behind our individual seats or offset them (either in or out) off?
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Polk audio direct has the LSIM 705 refurb for $899.99 each (inclusive of 10% discount).

Is this a good price for this speakers? Could someone tell me how good the refurbs from polk are?

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i have polk m60 l/r, cs1 center, m30 surrounds ... does it make sense to replace this with the budget andrew jones system?

if not, what would be a good upgrade to my current system (polk / non polk brands accepted).

i already have an hsu sub.
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Polk audio direct has the LSIM 705 refurb for $899.99 each (inclusive of 10% discount).

Is this a good price for this speakers? Could someone tell me how good the refurbs from polk are?

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It's not a bad price if you want them now. I have 6 referbs from polk I only see a scratch on one.
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It's not a bad price if you want them now. I have 6 referbs from polk I only see a scratch on one.
Can i get them for less? I don't plan to upgrade my speakers for a while so i don't mind waiting if they can be had for cheaper
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@PretzelFisch please what sub(s) do you use with your 705s?
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Can i get them for less? I don't plan to upgrade my speakers for a while so i don't mind waiting if they can be had for cheaper
When Polk runs there friends and family sale, their prices are 50% off. They would be brand new not refurbs, and would be $750 each with free shipping. But who knows when the next sale will be. $899 is not a bad price to get them now and the refurbs look brand new most of the time anyway.
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When Polk runs there friends and family sale, their prices are 50% off. They would be brand new not refurbs, and would be $750 each with free shipping. But who knows when the next sale will be. $899 is not a bad price to get them now and the refurbs look brand new most of the time anyway.
Aaah i see thanks
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quick FYI..

I have bought several speakers from Polk over last 10 years that were refurb and not ever one issue and they all looked brand new. One PSW125 subwoofer, 2 RC ceiling speakers, plus a pair of "bookshelf" RT55i & TSI 200's. Best of luck w/your choice
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@PretzelFisch please what sub(s) do you use with your 705s?
Currently I run 2 rythmik fv15 but I have an open room that I am trying to deal with I have a set of lsim 703 paired with one rythmik f12 in my office that I am very happy with as well.
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Thanks for all your replies. I found RTI4 for 100$ near myself and going to listen to them today. If I like them I'll buy them and then RTI6 for fronts and return TSX series.
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Thanks for all your replies. I found RTI4 for 100$ near myself and going to listen to them today. If I like them I'll buy them and then RTI6 for fronts and return TSX series.
you could use the RTI4 for fronts if that help your budget for a better subwoofer. The RTI6 might play a little louder and has more extension. but if you are getting a sub, that's not so important.
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quick FYI..

I have bought several speakers from Polk over last 10 years that were refurb and not ever one issue and they all looked brand new. One PSW125 subwoofer, 2 RC ceiling speakers, plus a pair of "bookshelf" RT55i & TSI 200's. Best of luck w/your choice
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Currently I run 2 rythmik fv15 but I have an open room that I am trying to deal with I have a set of lsim 703 paired with one rythmik f12 in my office that I am very happy with as well.
Wow even with an open room 2 rythmik fv15's will be crazy. i have a bic f-12 and i think that its over kill. i cant imagine how any of the $500 upward subs will sound.

it just seems like a lot to me to put on a subwoofer. i guess i will eventually get there. i started with monoprice speakers (no offense to monoprice) and now im seriously thinking about getting the 705s.

thanks for all your help and input.
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Wow even with an open room 2 rythmik fv15's will be crazy. i have a bic f-12 and i think that its over kill. i cant imagine how any of the $500 upward subs will sound.

it just seems like a lot to me to put on a subwoofer. i guess i will eventually get there. i started with monoprice speakers (no offense to monoprice) and now im seriously thinking about getting the 705s.

thanks for all your help and input.
You can always do dyi I hear they sound great. I don't have the finishing skills to build something i could look at inside the house.
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You can always do dyi I hear they sound great. I don't have the finishing skills to build something i could look at inside the house.
Thanks but i don't have DYI skills myself. I do research and then buy based off that.

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