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Old 18th April 2008, 04:11 PM   #1
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Well, I know this will cause a lot of commotion, but I would like some opinions on these speakers, and maybe some help on possible upgrades for the tweeters and the mid-range/bass drivers. The tweeter is Polk's own design, and it replaced the Peerless S1000 used on the earlier models. The 6 1/2 mid/bass drivers may have been pretty good in their time, but things have improved over the years, and several medium-priced drivers are claimed to be improvements. I need both help and advice, so feel free to let me know your opinions and recommendations. Thanks. jagster
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