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Polk Audio Monitot 50s

I just moved and my 50s just got trashed. I need to replace all the speakers in the cabinet and I need two covers and four feet. Should I throw them away???

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Re: Polk Audio Monitot 50s

Cost about $360 new. Will have to check with Polk regarding the drivers. Close call.

Posted on Apr 21, 2007

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