Product Comparison: Polk Audio Atrium 4 vs Polk Audio Atrium 5
- Lots of sound for small speakers. Great quality too. Would definetly recommend to anyone. Great price. Easily powered by a 50W RMS amplifier.
- 80 watts power handling plenty to spare in volume all you need is a decent receiver and you wont be disappointed
- These speakers rock! Do not expect to get night club power, but the quality is great for normal level listening. the sound quality is amazing for such a small speakers. I love them!
- Installed these on my boat with a Dual AMB600w 240 watt receiver and they can't handle the 60 watts going to them. Was pretty surprised considering their 80 watt rating.
- Not as powerful as I had hoped for an outdoor space but quality is very good and they look great.
- They are the perfect size and weight for what I needed. They seem very solid and durable.
- Great speaker for there size. Easy to mount. Overall very good deal.
- These are a good size. I didn't want to spend the extra money on the bigger Atrium 5/6/8 and I haven't been disappointed. They fit great in the corners of my deck.
- The sound quality is good and they have good weight, which typically indicates a quality speaker (big magnet).
- Very easy to install and the construction appears sturdy
- Theses speakers reproduce high and low frequencies very nicely. Bass is solid and not boomy.
- Mounting bracket allows for vertical or horizontal mounting with easy angle adjustment thanks to solid screw on end caps.
- The volume is excellent, the frequency range is quiet good...and they have no problem pushing all the volume we need to the pool area.
- Good low frequency. Flexible installation and adjustable positions as advertised.
- While the sound from these Polk's is good, I was really expecting more from the lows and highs based on the price of these speakers. I had read that the frequency range of these isn't that great, so I should have been better prepared.
- These speakers despite the name are quite unimpressive. they sound muddy, and do not seem to have a full range.... no real low frequency or high frequency response.