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Matching F & C with Polk Audio FXiA4 rears

Discussion in 'Speakers' started by ZoDax, Feb 26, 2014.

  1. ZoDax

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    I've got Polk FXiA4s for rear speakers and wanted some input on a solid choice for upgraded fronts and center without spending anything crazy. I was thinking about the Polk Audio CS10 with TSi400s. Is this a good match? I know the FXis work well with the.RTi's but wasn't looking to spend this much. Thanks for your input!!!
     
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    Used RTi pop up quite often.I'd rather find a pair of RTi bookshelves, than use TSi400. But that is me.
     
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    Thanks! I'll look into maybe a pair of RTi A1s with CSi A4 center. From what I've read, the A1s perform really well, but I didn't know about what I'm missing if didn't go with the A3.
     
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    The difference is about 10hz and as mains, I'd probably opt for the 3s, but I think both will still blend similarly with a sub at 80Hz. I liked the RTiA-3 when I reviewed it a few years back. I'd skip the TSIs IMO.
     

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