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I just found some amazing deals for Polk Audio at this store: http://www.phonehouse.es/app/f/sc-22...altavoces.html

I was surprised at the prices. I don't think it gets cheaper than that. And I've read good reviews about Polk Audio.

So for 300€ looks like the RTi A3 are the ones to go for.



Nah, I like 2.0 better than 2.1, I don't really need that extra boom (in fact I'd rather not have it, lol) and I can get better 2.0's for the money.
Polk audio is awesome. I got some RM6750 with an AMP for Christmas and loving every minute of them.

The wood finish on those RTi A3s look awesome. And heck, you can always upgrade later with more speakers.
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Polk audio is awesome. I got some RM6750 with an AMP for Christmas and loving every minute of them.

The wood finish on those RTi A3s look awesome. And heck, you can always upgrade later with more speakers.
Glad to hear that . I'm gonna go ahead and buy or order them tomorrow if no one convinces me otherwise, hehe. I hope they have them on the store so I don't have to wait like 1 week for them.
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Bass refers to the lower frequencies in the sound stage.
If you have poor bass quality, then you are going to have problems with hearing instrumentation in the lower frequency ranges.
Yes it's completely different from the shape and size of the soundstage.
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Yes it's completely different from the shape and size of the soundstage.
Not quite following. Are you saying the bass is neglected from the sound stage?
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