The T30 is the center channel speaker that puts its overpriced competitors to shame. Since the center channel is the most important speaker in your Home audio system, the T30 is the workhorse that delivers crystal-clear dialogue and room-filling theater sound. What’s more, it’s easy to setup, supports Dolby and DTS, and connects to most Home theater receivers, stereos or Home theater processors. Put the T30 center channel to the test and you'll hear how it rings true-in price and quality. 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. Don't fret, we'll pat ourselves on the back for you.
GET SUPERIOR HOME THEATER EXPERIENCE WITH IMMERSIVE SURROUND SOUND & HI-RES AUDIO
Featuring a 1" tweeter, a 6.5" Driver and (2) 6.5" Bass Radiators. The 2 bass radiators augment the main woofer and produce a well-balanced, natural warm sound reaching the far corners of the room
AMPLIFY YOUR MOVIE, MUSIC AND GAMING EXPERIENCE
The T-series speaker that not only sounds brilliant but also heightens your audio experience. Fill any small to medium sized room, produce captivating lifelike sound, which pulls you right into the heart of the action
CREATE A FULL-FLEDGED 5.1 HOME THEATER SETUP
Setup the complete range of T-series speakers from Polk with two T50 Tower Speakers, one T30 Center Channel, two T15 Bookshelf speakers and a subwoofer
COMPATIBLE WITH MOST HOME THEATER AV RECEIVERS
Polk Audio speakers are compatible with almost all AV Receivers, giving you many setup arrangement options - in single or multi-room with 2.0, 2.1, 3.1 systems or an immersive 5.1, 7.1 or 9.1 setup
POLK'S UNMATCHED QUALITY AT AN AFFORDABLE PRICE
With these value-priced speakers, you can now enjoy premium acoustics, high quality construction, easy setup and a spectacular theater experience right at home
A:AnswerIt definitely could. If your a stickler for the logo being sideways is the only downside. Speakers work fine as long as they are pointed at the person wanting to listen to them correctly. So horizontal/vertical not really the issue. Is it behind a table or obstructions getting between you and the speaker is more of an issue usually. Second issue, have you used the tech on your reciever to adjust the speaker correctly? Many modern recievers come with a microphone, use it, learn how to set the reciever up for optimal sound. Those two things will do more to correct a bad sounding speaker than orientation of the speaker. The rest is often such a small influence on sound quality that only extreme audiophile's will get all worked up about it. But for 95+% of us you will not be able to discern the performance change as long as the speaker is positioned correctly as in nothing between you and the speaker and your receiver is adjusted correctly. By the way, nice speaker for the money. I have this one in a bedroom. Don't get me wrong, I love my Definitive Technologies stuff in my Family and Living rooms but often you do not need thousands of dollars in speakers to have a decent sounding system.