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The plate amps are bad in my polk rt1000p speakers

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Posted on Dec 02, 2012

  • JOHN HELMS Dec 04, 2012

    Thanks but they cost more then the speakers are worth and would still be the weak spot.. I tried a simple passive xover and they don't sound too bad.

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