Polk Audio RM8 Center
Released January, 2007
The Pros:Sleek lines and simple design. Enough power output to fill small and medium sized rooms. Clear and crisp midrange without sounding too brassy.
The Cons:Not enough power to fill a large room.
The Polk Audio RM8 is a center channel loudspeaker which uses the motto: "Big Speaker Sound Without the Big Speaker". The Polk Audio RM8 is fairly small though the power it puts out is not remarkable for its size and it does not vary from the Polk Audio RM7 in anything significant except for price.
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It comes with a black (only one color available) non-resonant composite enclosure. The structural design is a three-sided cabinet focus to hopefully minimize its appearance on walls and shelves. The goal of the the RM7 design is for it to be unobtrusive and hidden. It comes with a cradle to make it easy to put it on a shield and measures 3-13/16" height, 9-7/16" width, 3-3/4" depth, the exact same size as the Polk Audio RM7. It is magnetically shielded, making it safe to place next to or near electronic equipment such as computers, computer monitors or TVs.
- Comes in black - same as RM7
- 3-13/16" height, 9-7/16" width, 3-3/4" depth - same as RM7
- 3-sided cabinent design - same as RM7
- Overall Frequency Response: 95Hz-24kHz
- Lower -3dB limit: 130 Hz - same as RM7
- Upper - 3dB limit: 20kHz - same as RM7
- Nominal Impedance: 8 ohms - same as RM7
- Recommended Amplifier Power: 20-125 watts per channel - same as RM7
- Efficiency: 89 dB - same as RM7
User Reviews (1)
sleek lines and simple design
enough power output to fill small and medium sized rooms
clear and crisp midrange without sounding too brassy
low footprint, can fit into smaller spaces
dialog is clear even at low volumes
very basic setup, no surprises or special needs
not enough power to fill a large room
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