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Polk Audio LSi M703

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Fantastic Speakers

Ken, Crutchfield
7 January 2014
  • Summary: In short, the 703s are fantastic speakers, particularly so for a bookshelf design. The 703s replaced a pair of Polk RTi A3s that I have had, and enjoyed, for about three years. They are in the same room, position and used with the same equipment (dedicated music streaming PC, HRT dac, Dynaco tube amp and all AudioQuest cables, source material is a combination of 320kbps streaming and lossless iTunes with the occasional use of a FM tuner, the room is about 500 ft^2 /...
  • Pros: great sound
  • Cons: none to date
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Polk Audio LSi M 703

C. A. Massa, Crutchfield
7 January 2014
  • Summary: i am very pleased with my recent purchase of the Polk Audio LSi M703 Speakers. Clarity and imaging are excellent for speakers of this (or any) size. They also handle power quite well, and I especially like the "presence" of the mid-range frequencies without the need for any additional coloring or boosting of the signal. I purchased the speakers with the Dark Mahogany finish.... beautiful!
  • Pros: Clarity; presence; separation; and construction.
  • Cons: As said; a bit pricey.
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Overall 10
10

Fantastic Speakers

Ken, Crutchfield
7 January 2014
  • Summary: In short, the 703s are fantastic speakers, particularly so for a bookshelf design. The 703s replaced a pair of Polk RTi A3s that I have had, and enjoyed, for about three years. They are in the same room, position and used with the same equipment (dedicated music streaming PC, HRT dac, Dynaco tube amp and all AudioQuest cables, source material is a combination of 320kbps streaming and lossless iTunes with the occasional use of a FM tuner, the room is about 500 ft^2 /...
  • Pros: great sound
  • Cons: none to date
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Polk Audio LSi M 703

C. A. Massa, Crutchfield
7 January 2014
  • Summary: i am very pleased with my recent purchase of the Polk Audio LSi M703 Speakers. Clarity and imaging are excellent for speakers of this (or any) size. They also handle power quite well, and I especially like the "presence" of the mid-range frequencies without the need for any additional coloring or boosting of the signal. I purchased the speakers with the Dark Mahogany finish.... beautiful!
  • Pros: Clarity; presence; separation; and construction.
  • Cons: As said; a bit pricey.
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Polk Audio LSi M 703

JamesB, Crutchfield
1 July 2013
  • Summary: I really love these speakers. Right out of the box they impressed me. 29.6 pounds each, heavy and solid. The real wood vaneer is beautifully finished; like a fine pc. of furniture. An impressive freq. responce; 50- 30,000 HZ, and a 20-200 watts power range. They are running off of a NAD C165 pre amp and a NAD C275 power amp which produces very clean power.
  • Pros: Quality construction, beautifully finished. Great sound at high, medium and low volumes. (Not the case with all speakers.) Five year warranty parts and labor.
  • Cons: None
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Polk Audio LSi M 703

JamesB, Crutchfield
1 July 2013
  • Summary: I really love these speakers. Right out of the box they impressed me. 29.6 pounds each, heavy and solid. The real wood vaneer is beautifully finished; like a fine pc. of furniture. An impressive freq. responce; 50- 30,000 HZ, and a 20-200 watts power range. They are running off of a NAD C165 pre amp and a NAD C275 power amp which produces very clean power.
  • Pros: Quality construction, beautifully finished. Great sound at high, medium and low volumes. (Not the case with all speakers.) Five year warranty parts and labor.
  • Cons: None
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LSiM 703 Perfect for my HT

BobR, Crutchfield
25 April 2013
  • Summary: I bought these to compliment my Polk 705's and 703c. The sounded is near as perfect as what my ear can detect. The re being driven by a Marantz SR7007. With that amp you match the speaker set up for distance, balance and sound quality. I would recommend these to both HT buyers and those who are just into stereo, they are per fort for both formats. Great bottom. Sub hardly needed.
  • Pros: Build quality, great mids and bass. Very aesthetic.
  • Cons: None really. Could be price prohibitive, but you get what you pay.
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LSiM 703 Perfect for my HT

BobR, Crutchfield
25 April 2013
  • Summary: I bought these to compliment my Polk 705's and 703c. The sounded is near as perfect as what my ear can detect. The re being driven by a Marantz SR7007. With that amp you match the speaker set up for distance, balance and sound quality. I would recommend these to both HT buyers and those who are just into stereo, they are per fort for both formats. Great bottom. Sub hardly needed.
  • Pros: Build quality, great mids and bass. Very aesthetic.
  • Cons: None really. Could be price prohibitive, but you get what you pay.
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Audiophile Sound at a Fair Price

Anonymous, Crutchfield
24 March 2013
  • Summary: With the LSiM703, Polk has rediscovered their audiophile roots. Not only does it sound very good; it's also well built, its curved cabinet is attractive in its real-wood veneer, and it's available at a reasonable price for all that it offers.
  • Pros: Superior sound quality from furniture quality cabinets.
  • Cons: N O N E .
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Polk LSiM 703 book shelf speaker

Leslie, Crutchfield
24 March 2013
  • Summary: Fantastic speaker-----all it was billed up to be. Crisp, sharp upper mids and highs without being too bright. Trumpets snap just like being there in person. It's amazing how Polk was able to get such a small driver for the lows to get down that low, without loosing too much gain. The lows are very clean and precise, however many people will probably want to supplement the bottom end with a powered sub woofer, to give more control and gain to those frequencies 80 Hz and...
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