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Polk Audio T15 vs. Dayton Audio T652-AIR
Polk Audio T15 Bookshelf Speakers
Good bang for the buck, but as standalone bookshelf speakers, some may find the T15 somewhat hot on the high end and lacking in deep bass. These are probably best suited as rear-channel speakers in a home-theater setup with T50s as your right and left speakers.
Dayton Audio T652-AIR Tower Speakers
The tower version of the B652-AIR. Like the bookshelf version, it's a great value, with dual 6.5” woofers and an electrostatic tweeter at a previously unheard of price point. They're a bit shorter than most towers, but don't seem to suffer from any off-axis effects when used directly on the floor.
- The front face of the Dayton Audio T652-AIR is approximately 208.27% larger than that of the Polk Audio T15.
- The depth of the Dayton Audio T652-AIR is approximately 31.03% deeper than that of the Polk Audio T15.
- The spatial volume of the Dayton Audio T652-AIR Tower Speakers is approximately 303.94% greater than that of the Polk Audio T15 Bookshelf Speakers .
Notice: the above comparisons are based on the dimensions of a bounding rectangle that would fit the front face of a speaker. In the case of volume, the measurements are based on a cube that would enclose the speaker entirely. These measurements do not take into account variations in the speaker shape, such as curves, diagonal edges, or cutaways. These measurements cannot be relied upon to measure the internal volume of the speaker.
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