Polk Audio RTi A1
Released September, 2007
The Pros:Attractive wood build, has a "genuine" look to it. Power output is more than adequate for small and medium sized rooms. Output is full and rich, resonates well within the case.
The Cons:Doesn't quite cover the full bass range, needs an additional subwoofer. Needs to be broken in, improves with use.
The Polk Audio RTi A1 is a high-performance bookshelf loudspeaker surrounded in one of two options of real wood. One RTi A1 selling point is that it is the same price as similiar vinyl speakers but delivers better sound because it offers black or cherry wood.
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It has Dynamic Balance polymer composite drivers, PowerPort bass venting that emphasizes the bass, Acoustic Resonance control that creates a more natural midrange sound, 1-inch Silk/Polymer Dome Tweeters that increase the detail of the smooth response, low viscosity ferro-fluid cooling and heat sink attached to a neodymium magnet, gold-plated 5-way binding posts for secure connections, intert stamped driver baskets, floating anti-diffraction grills, butyl rubber surrounds for greater durability, and magnetic shielding to allow it proximity to electronic devices without fear of distortion.
- PowerPort bass venting
- Acoustic Resonance Control
- 1-inch Silk/Polymer Dome Tweeter
- Magnetic Shielding
- Neodymium Magnet
- Gold-played 5-way binding post inputs
- Butyl Rubber Surrounds
- Choice of Black or Cherry wood
- Acoustically inert stamped driver baskets
- Floating anti-diffraction grilles
User Reviews (2)
attractive wood build, has a "genuine" look to it
power output is more than adequate for small and medium sized rooms
output is full and rich, resonates well within the case
bass is tight, free of distortion
midrange is well balanced, everything is perfectly clear and unmuffled
doesn't quite cover the full bass range, needs an additional subwoofer
needs to be broken in, improves with use
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