02-19-2013, 07:01 PM
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A $200 Polk will not be better than a $700 anything.
Originally Posted by SamDoe1
I'm positive that Klipsch makes good stuff, that's why all of the speakers I own are Klipsch. But when it comes to subwoofers, is there really that much of a difference until you get to the high end of stuff? If so...then what makes a better subwoofer? A $200 Polk or a $700 Klipsch. I imagine that there is a bit of badge pricing on speakers no matter what you buy, but how much is there?
The cheap subwoofer prices I quoted earlier were for a package deal from Polk promo. If you buy $500 in speakers, you get $300 off any subwoofer.
This is a fantastic deal especially when you get the $500 in speakers on sale.
Basically, you can get $600 or $700 in speakers on sale for $500 and a $500 sub for $200. So $1200 package for $700 with warranty. Plus save $100+ on shipping plus another $100 and taxes. Etc.
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