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Polk Audio TSi200 Bookshelf Speakers (Pair, Black)

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  • Pair of affordable yet powerful bookshelf speakers
  • Equipped with 1-inch silk/polymer composite Dynamic Balance dome tweeter
  • Frequency response: 43Hz-25kHz
  • Equipped with two 5.25-inch diameter bi-laminate organic fiber cone woofers
  • Recommended Amplification: 20-150 watts/channel
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Polk Audio TSi200 Bookshelf Speakers (Pair, Black) + Polk Audio CS10 Center Channel Speaker (Single, Black) + Polk Audio PSW505 12-Inch Powered Subwoofer (Single, Black)
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Product Specifications

Brand NamePolk Audio
Color NameBlack
Item Display Height15.25 inches
Depth11.75 inches
Driver Configuration2x 5.25" Mid/woofer, 1x 1" Tweeter
Frequency Response Curve43 Hz - 25 kHz
Speaker Driver Material TypePolypropylene
Maximum Speaker Depth (inches)11.75 inches

Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Polk Audio
  • Model: AM4205-C|4
  • Color Name: Black
  • Depth: 11.75 inches
  • Height: 15.25 inches
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11.8 x 8 x 15.4 inches ; 17 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 37 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
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  • ASIN: B0018QRO9A
  • Item model number: AM4205-C|4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (55 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #49,024 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 18, 2005

Product Description

The Polk Audio TSi200 bookshelf speaker is the best performing bookshelf speaker in the TSi series; great for use where high quality audio is needed. The dual 5.25-inch mid-bass produce rich and warm sounding making your music and movies sound their best. The new TSi Series is a quality-built, affordable line of high performance loudspeakers for music and home theater. The TSi Series boasts a stylish look that complements today’s flat screen technology, with wood grain finishes, piano black top plates and pewter trim rings. Built for value and sound quality, the TSi Series is a great introduction to high performance sound.

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Customer Reviews

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They are used for audio from a radio, television and a blu-ray player. The sound is great. The top is plastic and the sides, back and bottom are wood (or structure foam?,… Read more ›
I'm using these as rears. Sound is clear and noticeable. Much nicer than what I was using. Read more ›
These were a little difficult to connect with regular speaker wire, but I finally accomplished it, and the sound is great. Read more ›
But for my family room, with these speakers, and this AVR's ability to fully equalize everything I'm fully…The sound is open, full, balanced, not "bright" or harsh. Mov… Read more ›
As others have mentioned, a good sub-woofer is a necessity. Sound quality is very good. If you want to rattle the walls, get a good sub-woofer. Read more ›
Very happy. They all work well together and produce clear voice sounds and all other type sounds are clearly discernible no matter the format. I have slowly been purchasing… Read more ›
These are great for my apartment living room. Sound is very rich and the lows are very smooth. For a small-medium room you will not even need a sub. Read more ›
Better detail. Pretty good bass though I do recommend a sub for that. Read more ›
The sound is exceptionally clean, clear, with more bass than meets the eye from these speakers, which easily blend in and disappear even in a relatively small space. Work… Read more ›
I matched them with a Polk cs20 center channel and couldn't be happier. Sound great and have surprisingly great lows. Read more ›
They have avery good sound and clear, well balanced and with a good bass. Read more ›
I've had them for about a month, purchased through Amazon, and…Polk makes very nice cabinets, quality sound, moderate low end bass on these so you may need a small sub. B… Read more ›
The twin 5 1/4 inch drivers do an excellent job of moving air and the sound quality is very very good at this price point - not audiophile at $5000 a speaker, but for about… Read more ›
Highs - Damn good for this price. Crisp and clean. Read more ›
I bought these for surround backs. Perfect clarity and amazing price! Never doubt the "Polk Audio"! Read more ›
There are smaller and cheaper speakers out…But in my modest opinion the TSi200 offer a good compromise between price, and quality for video as well as quality for audio. Read more ›
I have owned a wide variety of speakers over the years ranging in price from less than $100 to more than $4000…I can say these bookshelf speakers are well worth the price. Read more ›
Pros - Tons of high quality sound for a low price. Read more ›
I pumped up the volume to 60 (THX level is 82). The highs were very crisp, the mids were warm and very clear and the base is relatively strong for a front bookshelf speaker. I… Read more ›
Set them in a sturdy shelf and let them push the bass against a solid wall and you will…Bass hits hard, highs aren't too sharp, and you can hear every nuance of your music. Read more ›
I was concerned that the low-end would be weak, but they…The mid's are slightly hollow sounding to me but the highs are crisp and clear for the music I've put through them. Read more ›
Ok, I've never had any real high end speakers, such as Paradigm, but these are the best so far. Highs are crisp and clear. Mids and vocals are warm not muddy. Read more ›
after roughly a week's worth…Everything firmed up, the highs are less bright and the lows are less boomy (again, be aware that these speakers are sensitive to placement). Read more ›
these speakers have a lot of bang for the buck. the bass tones are rich and satisfying, and the treble is clean. there is no vibration with good speaker stands. Read more ›
1. Use good speaker…2. Bass is quite good, but there is no substitute for a subwoofer or larger speakers, depending on what you want to do in terms of low end and volume. Read more ›
When i unpacked it, the first thing i have noticed is the very nice…Then i plugged them into my Onkyo receiver and played some music at first with relatively low volumes. Read more ›
I noticed a slightly better performance and sound, then i played a BD movie…I then made the MultEx Eq calibration, and i noticed a damn good test sound, crisp and loud. I… Read more ›
I didn't increase the volume any further 'cause my ears started to hurt (kidding), but i felt that this is like 50% of the speakers power and it performs much better in… Read more ›
Other than a spike of sound which I then controlled by lowering the volume, nothing catastrophic happenned, which is a proof of superior quality and speakers handling power… Read more ›
But the best news is efficency. You won't need much power to get these TSi200s sounding good and loud. Definitely the loudest bookshelf I've had. Read more ›
After I got them hooked up I was amazed with the sound. Incredible deep tones and full rich mids for such a size speaker. Really, I was stunned. Read more ›
I have them paired with the TSi100s and the CS20 and boy it sounds so good. Highs are Excellent and Mids are great. The speakers are very heavy which to me is a great sign… Read more ›
I pumped up the volume to 60 (THX level is 82). The highs were very crisp, the mids were warm and very clear and the base is relatively strong for a front bookshelf speaker. I… Read more ›
I appreciate good and simple designs, and this speakers look timeless, they'll blend in wherever you put them, they look better with the covers off, no kids or cats on the… Read more ›
Highs are crisp and clear and bass is pretty good for this size of speaker IMO. Read more ›

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Bill on September 18, 2010
First off, I'll say this-they won't shake the house down-you'll need a sub. Don't deduct stars off the review because they won't do what they're not designed to do.

I got these from the Polk Direct store refurbished(but they look new)on an Ebay auction. For about 60% of what they cost new, I stole them!! For that price, I didn't get what I paid for-I got much more.

Here's the setup. Powered by a Harman Kardon 75 watt per channel stereo 2 channel(not home theater surround)receiver. They are mounted on the wall about 6 feet high aimed in and down toward the listening area. They are about 17 lbs, so get heavy duty brackets that are rated for at least 20 lbs if you want to wall mount.

These are the best sounding speakers I've ever had. Ok, I've never had any real high end speakers, such as Paradigm, but these are the best so far. Highs are crisp and clear. Mids and vocals are warm not muddy. The staging is awesome. There's plenty of bass-I'm generally talking about mid bass-they're not subs-remember? There's certainly no gap between these and the sub's crossover frequency.

They've been cranked up pretty loud and did not distort. But the best news is efficency. You won't need much power to get these TSi200s sounding good and loud. Definitely the loudest bookshelf I've had. And can compete with some foorstanding speakers in the efficency department.

Being refurbs, I don't know if they have enough hours on them to be broken in. But I've got about 10 hours on them so far and they sound great. If you crank up some heavy metal loud, they can sound a bit harsh. But that can be said for just about any speaker. With jazz they amaze me. The saxophone sounds like it's here in the room.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By B. Majewski on July 24, 2010
These bookshelf speakers have been bought to replace smaller, less expensive bookshelf units, mostly because the first one I purchased (Polk M-10, on sale) were lacking too much in the lower frequencies for my taste. I know, you can't expect any real bass from bookshelf speakers, but nonetheless.

Anyway, I just brought the TSi200 home a few hours ago and had them do a very minimal burn-in for a few hours whilst I was doing something else (they are paired with a Yamaha RX-397 receiver, as an home office sound system -- this is not my main audio rig!). I got back to them when I took a break from working on my house, giving a "quick listen" to a few ripped CDs. I know they are not fully broken in and are not in their final "resting place", but, the first impression is as follow:

* surprisingly bass-heavy.
* a bit bright on the top-end, but I'll put this on the account of their non broken-in state and the source material.
* surprisingly detailed, for such inexpensive speakers.
* placement might be more important than one might think, being rear ported.

Again, this is just an initial review and I will have come back with a follow-up. These speakers appear to be a very good bet for a secondary sound system. Initial gut reaction would be that, properly fed, properly placed (too close to the wall and the bass appears to become muddy), these speakers should be able to sing. They might well be quite an audio bargain. Let's say that I got what I was searching for (wider frequency range) and that I do not feel ripped off.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By M. C. Neavez on April 13, 2010
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This Polk TSi200's are great bookshelf speakers, hard to beat for the price.

After too much good reviews on Polk Audio products I finally decided to get a pair of TSi200 for my room.

I bought them in black, the first thing I noticed when they where out of the box, is that they are solid built and look great, especially the top of the speakers on glossy black. I appreciate good and simple designs, and this speakers look timeless, they'll blend in wherever you put them, they look better with the covers off, no kids or cats on the house, so no problem on damaging the drivers, the tweeters seem really sensible and fragile, so if you have kids or pets in the house, keep the covers on.

So, how do they sound?.

After unpacking, I went to my room and connected them to an HK 3390 and put on Eric Clapton's Slowhand SACD on my Onkyo C-S5VL and I was immediately blown away with the clarity and sound stage this little speakers communicate, I could tell precisely where in space Eric was sitting in front of me, really great and totally unexpected experience from this little Polks. The experience was great no matter what other CD's and LP's where played, my collection is basically Beatles, Rolling Stones, Creedence, Radiohead, AIR, some indie bands, some Jazz and the likes.

They replaced a pair of old Onkyo floor-standing speakers. The sound coming from the Polks is bigger and fuller, wider sound stage, I know my Onkyo's are 10 year old, but I wasn't expecting much better sound from a package 1/4 the size.

I strongly recommend getting a Sub-woofer (I did), the TSi200's don't reproduce low frequencies that good, but that is expected based on the size and configuration of the drivers.
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