Polk Audio Speakers

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I am parting with this really nice Polk Home Theater Speaker set. I bought them new and really haven't used them much in the past few years. Since my wife doesn't appreciate loud movies and we have a little one at home now, I'd like to find a good home for them. I've got them packed in the original box with all the wires and mounts. I've cranked them up a few times and they sound awesome. Asking $250.

Here's a link to the specs and such:

http://www.polkaudio.com/homeaudio/products/recent/rm6800/
 

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I am parting with this really nice Polk Home Theater Speaker set. I bought them new and really haven't used them much in the past few years. Since my wife doesn't appreciate loud movies and we have a little one at home now, I'd like to find a good home for them. I've got them packed in the original box with all the wires and mounts. I've cranked them up a few times and they sound awesome. Asking $250.

Here's a link to the specs and such:

http://www.polkaudio.com/homeaudio/products/recent/rm6800/
I couldn't see where it said in the specs, but do you need a reciever? I would assume yes It looks just like speakers and a sub
 

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hmmm.... Sounds like a good deal. I have a panasonic all in one with a blu-ray player (NO HDMI ports:thumbdown:) That is decent. It really is quiet with talking and really loud with music and action scenes which makes it not so great for an apartment. (Not sure how it would preform in a house) But I might be interested.
 
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hmmm.... Sounds like a good deal. I have a panasonic all in one with a blu-ray player (NO HDMI ports:thumbdown:) That is decent. It really is quiet with talking and really loud with music and action scenes which makes it not so great for an apartment. (Not sure how it would preform in a house) But I might be interested.
Yeah, in an apartment the neighbors may not appreciate the sound from a 5.1 audio, but I had these in my living room at a previous residence (house) and I could make the room shake pretty good. I didn't listen at loud volumes that often, but I like the surround sound experience. Let me know. I work in Stillwater, but I live about 20 mins. from Edmond. If you buy em, I can bring em to ya.