Can anyone help me identify these speakers? Over 20 years old.

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  • pitdogg2pitdogg2 Posts: 12,588
    Polk RT600
    No need for 3 threads asking the same thing.
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  • Sorry, wasn’t sure if I was doing it right. I got it now tho.
  • mark090852mark090852 Posts: 871
    F1nut wrote: »
    You might consider dusting and running the vacuum before posting pics.

    Perhaps he didn't own it. Maybe he saw it at an estate sale and just took a picture of it. I know when I go to an estate sale, I rarely take along my Dyson. Sometimes...but not often. lol
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  • mark090852mark090852 Posts: 871
    F1nut wrote: »
    You might consider dusting and running the vacuum before posting pics.

    Hey, I just saw his similar post in another section where he said he bought these speakers over 20 years ago. You are absolutely right! He should have cleaned them up a bit.


    McIntosh MA252 Integrated Amp, LUMIN D2 Network Music Player, Yamaha Aventage RX-A840 receiver, Emotiva XPA Gen3 2 channel amp, Polk LSiM 703 speakers. Oppo UDP-203 Blu-Ray player, Polk LSiM 705 speakers. Polk Signature S20 speakers.
  • ClipdatClipdat Posts: 5,905
    Hey, priorities man! Dusty speakers still sound good!

    Actually I'm weird about keeping my gear looking good. I absolutely HAVE to dust my speakers, all components, and what parts of my rack I can with a soft microfiber towel before I use my system. It's like a routine that I have.
    mark090852 wrote: »
    Hey, I just saw his similar post in another section where he said he bought these speakers over 20 years ago. You are absolutely right! He should have cleaned them up a bit.


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  • mlistens03mlistens03 Posts: 2,493
    Same here, although I only dust when it’s necessary, and there are levels of necessity for me. If it is my audio gear, I probably dust once a week or so. If it’s my desk, 2-3 weeks. So on and so forth until you get to random Knick knacks, which can be anywhere from a month to a year. :lol:
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  • mhardy6647mhardy6647 Posts: 21,021
    Dust on the cones alters the T-S parameters.

  • stuweestuwee Posts: 1,536
    Clipdat wrote: »
    Hey, priorities man! Dusty speakers still sound good!

    Actually I'm weird about keeping my gear looking good. I absolutely HAVE to dust my speakers, all components, and what parts of my rack I can with a soft microfiber towel before I use my system. It's like a routine that I have.
    mark090852 wrote: »
    Hey, I just saw his similar post in another section where he said he bought these speakers over 20 years ago. You are absolutely right! He should have cleaned them up a bit.


    Ha! I have to actually vacuum my Martin Logan panels every 2 months, makes my back hurt, up and down. dusty ML's sound like crap. We all have to bow to the audio gods every now and then to get what we want!?!


    I'm still waiting for some Polkies in southern AZ to invite me for a listen, I bring food and bevs!!

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  • la2vegasla2vegas Posts: 3,253
    stuwee wrote: »
    Clipdat wrote: »
    Hey, priorities man! Dusty speakers still sound good!

    Actually I'm weird about keeping my gear looking good. I absolutely HAVE to dust my speakers, all components, and what parts of my rack I can with a soft microfiber towel before I use my system. It's like a routine that I have.
    mark090852 wrote: »
    Hey, I just saw his similar post in another section where he said he bought these speakers over 20 years ago. You are absolutely right! He should have cleaned them up a bit.


    Ha! I have to actually vacuum my Martin Logan panels every 2 months, makes my back hurt, up and down. dusty ML's sound like crap. We all have to bow to the audio gods every now and then to get what we want!?!


    I'm still waiting for some Polkies in southern AZ to invite me for a listen, I bring food and bevs!!

    If they don't invite you just show up uninvited and see who blinks first. ;)
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