The new Polk Reserve 200: worth a consideration?

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So a budget of

Rs 60k for Polk Reserve 200 pair
Rs 17k for Sabaj a20a (probably Rs 20k after customs perhaps?)

With a Topping D10….or a EX5

Audiophile on budget, perhaps?

Off topic :ppersonally for me I am really thinking of buying 2 Sabaj a20a …..use these as bi-amps - drive my Klipsch RP8000F. Use my Sabaj D5/ Topping D90se.
Again thinking out loud. (I am actually impressed by Sabaj more. Their build quality impress me more than Topping :)
 

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I listened to Legend series, they were incredible except for a slightly recessed vocals. The Reserve should be able to compete or even better other options in it's price range if Polk retained much of the qualities of Legend series.

So I wouldn't dismiss these Polks without an audition.
 

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It looks like Polk really nailed this... The build quality is impressive.

Cannot disagree.

I was never a fan of Polk audio. Mainly lean towards KEF especially the R series.


But this R200 is something interesting......the design and more so the measurements. Shows the engineering and acoustics that went into manufacturing it.
 
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