Polk Audio will take its LSi Series speakers a step further this March. The company’s new LSiM Series, on display for the first time at the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show, includes tower, bookshelf, center, and surround channel models with top-of-the-line components.
The the LSiM 707 and LSiM 705 floor-standing towers feature transducers with Polk’s Dynamic Balance technology, which significantly reduces distortion. Both models also feature Polk’s Dynamic Sonic Engine enclosure with a 3.25-inch Extended Linear Motion mid-range driver and a 1-inch Advance Isotropic ring radiator tweeter. The 707 boasts a 6.5-inch mid-woofer driver and dual 6×9-inch subwoofers, while the 705 has a slightly smaller 5.25inch mid-woofer and dual 5×7-inch subwoofers. Polk is also offering a the LSiM 703, a bookshelf model with the same technologies (expect for the subwoofer drivers).
Polk will also update its center and surround channel offerings with the flagship LSiM series. The 702f/x surround model offers users a 3.25-inch mid-range, two 1-inch Advance Isotropic ring radiator tweeters and a 6.5-inch mid-woofer driver. The 702f/x also includes a proximity switch to improve performance when placed at the corners of a listening area. All of the models in the LSiM series have been designed with Super Cell Aerated polypropylene cones, cast aluminum frames, and easy-leveling floor spikes and rubber trims around the driver baskets to provide components that are not only rigid but aesthetically pleasing.
For more information visit Polk Audio or call 347.497.4965.