T15 - Polk AudioThe T15 are those bookshelf speakers whose high versatility is built to impress. Think brighter highs, a wide-open mid-range and surprising bass response—the perfect entry into high-performance audio. Go big on great sound made for everyone. Add the T15 bookshelf stereo speakers to your home audio setup today. Home Theater and music bookshelf speakers are as versatile as they come, bringing incredible home theater sound and concert-quality music all in a classic look - and at a price that won't break your budget. Expand the boundaries of what entertainment should sound like. Built for more than your viewing pleasure, the T Series hits the mark on great-sounding audio for all the music that fills your life.
Polk Audio T15 Speaker Unboxing and Review
Polk Audio T15 Bookshelf Speakers Review – Stylish Black Pair
With almost 50 years experience in making speakers, the Baltimore-founded company is well known for its wireless speakers, soundbars and subwoofers. The company also makes budget hi-fi speakers, such as the popular T15, T50 and TSi models, and with its prolific presence across US retailers there is often a deal to be had on a pair. But with competition at the budget end of the hi-fi speaker market rife to say the least, are they worth investing in? They weren't the last word in timing or subtlety, but they delivered impressive weight, scale and balance for their nominal price tag. The Polk Audio soundbars we've seen more recently haven't fared as well either.
Very smaller in dimensions than regular ground speakers.
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The T15 are those bookshelf speakers whose high versatility is built to impress. Think brighter highs, a wide-open mid-range and surprising bass response—the perfect entry into high-performance audio.
The Polk T15 speakers were measured in free-air at a height of 7. In this time window, some resolution is lost below Hz and accuracy is completely lost below Hz. So, we explored the behavior of these speakers in a different order, one that better illustrates how and why the Polk T15s should be listened to above or below the speaker but not level with the speaker. If you trace that zero-degree angle, you will see a significant dip at around 3 kHz to 5 kHz. That is a critical region for human vocal harmonics and instrument harmonics, and it is also serves as the basis for the fundamental for higher pitched notes.