Polk Audio has announced the Reserve Series, “a high-performance, versatile loudspeaker line” designed to bring out the best performance out of music, movies and gaming.
The Reserve speaker range is a nine-strong series made up of bookshelf speakers, centre channels, upfiring speaker modules and floorstanders. Polk claims the Reserve Series is one that’s happy to play with music, films and games alike.
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