Summary: I purchased this center speaker for my "value-priced" home theater system. It perfectly complements the Polk Audio in-wall front speakers ( Polk Audio RC65i 2-Way In-Wall Speakers (Pair, White) ), and in-ceiling surrounds ( Polk Audio RC80i 2-Way In-Ceiling Speakers (Pair, White) ). While I'm at it, they're all connected to an Onkyo TX-SR608 7.2-Channel Home Theater Receiver (Black) along with a BIC V1020 10" Down-Firing Powered Subwoofer .
Summary: Just hooked this up a couple of hours ago and this thing sounds amazing right out of the box.The cherry finish is beautiful and it looks great on top of my tv.I know they say speakers have to be broken in so I guesss I'm in for a real treat as it already sounds great.
Summary: This two-way center channel provides enough sound quality even though it lacks a dedicated mid range driver. Polk delivers exceptional sound with this center channel that will rival $300 and up center channels from other vendors. The Polk Audio TSi CS10 recommends 20 to 150 watts of amplifier power for the best audio quality.
Summary: I purchased this Polk Audio CS10 to match it up with a pair of Polk Audio TSi200 front speakers for a home theater/ 7.1 surround sound setup. You notice the excellent sound quality right off the bat. Even regular TV sounds better. There are two points of concern, however, that one should keep in mind before purchasing this setup. First, these are not small speakers. They do stick out and if "unobtrusive" is your game this is not the setup for you.
Summary: I've been very happy with this speaker. It matches up with my RTI in wall speakers great sound-wise. I even watched some different sources with the center channel only and was really impressed with the clarity of the speech coming through.
Summary: This speaker is amazing. I tested it on some great FLAC vocal music (Tool and dredg) and I have never heard such clarity, even at loud volumes. This was recommended by an audiophile friend, and I can hear why. It is pretty hefty, but exceedingly worth the weight and size. Polk makes an amazing system and I would definitely recommend this to any audiophile.
Summary: The first thing I noticed, is that this is a large well built speaker. Looks good on the fireplace mantel just below the flat screen TV. When I first fired it up, the speaker produced clear music and vocals from a CD. It passed the movie test when I played the independence day DVD to see how it performed in 5.1 surround, it produced crisp and clear dialog from the actors. A good center channel speaker makes a big difference in the movie viewing experience.
Summary: I bought this speaker a couple of weeks ago and if I could give this thing a 11/10 I would. The sound quality on this thing is such a large leap over my previous center(a Yamaha that I got with a Home Theater in a Box set) I also upgraded my rear speakers to Polk Audio M3II's so it really helps the over quality of my surround sound. I already own some vintage Samsai SP-X9's for my fronts, so it's nice having some speakers that can keep up with it.
Summary: My old Optimus from Radio Shack was shot. I think I paid $100 for it. After searching around on the net, I ran into Polk Audio. I was familiar with the name and the sound quality. I was limited with space (width) due to my cabinet that I made. This one would fit, and the price was good too. I would recommend it.
Summary: This center channel is very nice IMO. The size of the speaker itself is BIG. I have read from other reviews, that it is a big center channel but really didn't know until i took it out of the box. The cherry color on the picture was not too appealing, but seeing it in person, it is VERY NICE. I am currently upgrading from an "In Box" setup, and this speaker is a very nice speaker for the price by all means.