So Polk was not about to enter lightly into the upgrade path of such a well-regarded product, but neither have their designers and engineers been resting on their laurels. This week, Polk unveiled a completely overhauled LSi line, the LSi M Series, which maintains the objectives of the original LSi series: open, transparent, three-dimensional sound in an elegant cabinet. And while a low price is not one of the requirements (Polk has other speaker lines for that), the LSi still must represent the best value possible at its price point. To this end, the new LSi M series benefits from the latest developments in speaker design and prototyping technology as well as advances in the manufacturing process itself.
Living Room: Pioneer KRP-500M, Denon AVR-1911, Sony BDP-S1000ES, Sony PS3, Logitech Harmony One
5.2 Definitive Technology Audio System
(4) Definitive Technology 1000 Speakers, Definitive Technology 2000 ProCenter, (2) Definitive Technology Super Cube III
Bedroom: Sony 46XBR2, Onkyo TX-SR705, Sony BDP-S550, Logitech Harmony H659
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