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Polk AMR150


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The AMR150 4.1 digital surround speaker set differentiates itself from other speakers of this price point by featuring main satellites using 1/2" dome tweeters paired with 3" midrange drivers. Surround satellites house 2" 2 way drivers, while a 4" long throw driver is housed in the wood subwoofer enclosure. The set, with a >90dB SNR, has a frequency response rating down to 38Hz. Supports all digital and analog sound cards.


Polk AMR150 Reviews Rating: 91 out of 100 based on 3 ratings.

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Neoseeker 90% Mar 01 '01
Neoseeker 73% Mar 13 '02
3D Audio Immersion 9.3/10 Mar 17 '01
3d Retreat  --- Mar 13 '01
3D Sound Surge  --- Sep 29 '01
AwareMag 4/5 Aug 10 '01
Hardware Masters 5/5 Mar 15 '01
PC Review 87% Mar 10 '01
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3D Audio Immersion on Mar 19 '01

"Gaming on the AMR150s was quite nice as well. Loading the normal barrage of games like Unreal Tournament, Oni, Quake3:A, Alice and the new addition, 3DMark2001. The tweeters in the front speakers..."

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3d Retreat on May 02 '01

"For testing out the AMR150 I used the new Hercules Game Theatre XP in Windows ME. If you, or someone that you know, is looking for a great set of mid-range speakers that won't take a huge chunk out..."

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3D Sound Surge on Oct 10 '01

"What I can say is definitely put the Polk Audio AMR-150 on your short list of systems to consider, particularly if you are using a sound card with at least a front digital output. While the little..."

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AwareMag on Aug 15 '01

"The Polk AMR 150 Surround Speaker system performed very well in all of our tests. It provided a solid, uniform soundstage and was able to reproduce music and sound effects quite well, in games and..."

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Hardware Masters on May 02 '01

"I put these puppies through music and games, and they didn't break a sweat. Everything sounded crisp and clear. I used the 3.5mm digital out on my SB: Live! MP3+ for testing. Only when I cranked..."

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