Amazing imaging and tight bass. Awesome sounding speakers.
Pros: Excellent imaging and separation. Tight bass. Not too big.
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I am a big fan of Polk. The main reason being is that Polk gives you a lot for your money, great bang for the buck, yada,yada, yada. I most recently upgraded to Signature Series S60's (fronts) and S55,s (rear). My Signature series speakers were very good. For the setup, I hooked them up to my Pioneer Elite VSX-90. They sound great! I think that the highly improved cabinetry in the Reserve, as well as the new 1" Pinnacle ring radiator tweeter, really make for a speaker that wouldn't be embarrassed by, say, a KEF R7. I'm not saying that the R600 is as good as the KEF, but for 1/3 the cost, the smile on my face helped me hear a little more clearly when listening to the R600's. The new R600's outperformed the S660's so much so, that I then notice my S55's used in the back surround speakers suddenly sounded hollow. Quick side note here: I have for the last decade, upgraded my speakers, and left the surrounds in the earlier models in place until I have the cash to upgrade them as wells. And since I am always buying Polk, the difference never bothered me very much. Now, along comes the reserve series. Clarity beyond anything I have owned before (had some nice Mirage M1's before). "Tight" is an over-used adjective used for speakers, but that is what I feel from these speakers. I ended up changing out my S55's for the Reserve R200 (another review coming). Clarity and lack of "hollowness" is truly amazing. Don't hesitate if you think that these maybe what you're look
Pros: Exceptional Clarity Attractive cabinet Great highs from the 1" Pinnacle tweeter
Cons: A little power hungry Any older model's timber is put to shame
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