Polk Audio Monitor30
Released January, 2001
The Pros:Great bass for a speaker of this size. Incredible mids, highs, imaging. Spectacular value.
The Cons:Faux finish.
The Polk Audio Monitor 30 is a two-way bookshelf loudspeaker that is a member of the special Polk Audio Monitor series. The original series was produced in the mid-1970s and set a high standard for value and performance, making Polk Audio a well known member of the audio community.
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The Polk Audio Monitor 30 has a variety of features including a 1-inch fabric/polymer composite dynamic balance dome tweeter to add realistic touches to vocals and instruments, a neodymium magnet which is standard in many stereos, a 5 1/4 inch bi-laminate composite dynamic balance driver which is lightweight and stiff for high efficiency, a non-resonant all-MDF enclosure, mylar bypass capacitors for crossovers, dual five-way binding post connectors, choice of black or cherry wood grain finish, titanium face, a critically tuned flared port to minimize port noise, and built-in keyhole wall mounting brackets.
- Mylar bypass capacitors
- 1-inch Silk/Polymer Dome Tweeter
- Magnetic Shielding
- Neodymium Magnet
- 5-way binding post inputs
- Choice of Black or Cherry wood
- Non-resonant all-MDF enclosure
- Critically Tuned Flared Port
User Reviews (2)
Great bass for a speaker of this size.
Incredible mids, highs, imaging.
Bi-amp capable dual binding post terminals.
Built in keyhole slot for wall hanging.
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