New Polk MM1 Series

Hi guys,

Long time lurker first time poster :).

Anyone get a chance to try the new MM1 Series yet? Supposed to be a pretty big jump from the previous line and it comes with the new Terylene tweeters that are used in the awesome Polk Signature Series home speakers.

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  • codycatalistcodycatalist Posts: 2,557
    I have not...yet. I do have the current MM line subwoofer. Never got my ears on the components but did get a listen to the DB line which I liked.

    Eventually I will listen and probably purchase this new line.
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  • TopperDudeTopperDude Posts: 81
    New toys :):

    - MM6502 6.5" Component Seps
    - MM652 6.5" Coax
    - MM1042 10" Subwoofer

  • shilmoeshilmoe Posts: 12
    I had a set of the original Mobile Monitors in the late 80's. I talked to the guys at Polk audio and asked them how the new ones are going to stack up against the original ones. He said that they have been working a long time on them and that they should as good or better than the originals. They still get comments on how nice the originals sounded. I'm hoping so 'cause I sure miss my old MM6502's.
    Scott H.

  • codycatalistcodycatalist Posts: 2,557
    Hmm, not as extended of a lower end freq response. Lower sensitivity. I might stick with my current MM model sub. The components however I may pick up.
    Just a dude doing dude-ly things

    "Temptation is the manifestation of desire which equals necessity." - Mikey081057
    " I have always had a champange taste with a beer budget" - Rick88
    "Just because the thread is getting views don't mean much .. I like a good train wreck doesn't mean i want to be in one..." - pitdogg2
    "Those that don't know, don't know that they don't know." - heiney9
    "Audiophiles are the male equivalent of cat ladies." - Audiokarma Member
  • skrolskrol Posts: 2,824
    shilmoe wrote: »
    I had a set of the original Mobile Monitors in the late 80's. I talked to the guys at Polk audio and asked them how the new ones are going to stack up against the original ones. He said that they have been working a long time on them and that they should as good or better than the originals. They still get comments on how nice the originals sounded. I'm hoping so 'cause I sure miss my old MM6502's.

    I ran the old MM's too. I still have them in a box and a set of MM3a (5.25" coaxials) in my son's car.
    Stan

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