Signature S15 Polk Audio
Signature Series COMPACT BOOKSHELF SPEAKER
Built to bring the big surround sound theater and music experience into the comfort of your living room, the Polk Signature S15 compact bookshelf speaker continues in the Polk tradition of American HiFi.
Engineered and designed in USA
Great sound for every room
3 years warranty
Built to last
New Dynamic Balance Acoustic Array
Whether upgrading your home theater setup with an advanced Atmos configuration or enjoying your favorite music, Dynamic Balance ensures a rich, clean, full-range sound no matter what you’re listening to. This patented technology eliminates issues that reduce speaker performance.
Custom mid-range drivers
Mica-reinforced polypropylene cones with butyl rubber surrounds, four-layer voice coils, massive ceramic motor structures and high-temperature Conex fiber spiders combine to create drivers of exceptionally high efficiency, for clean, clear bass, better linearity, lower distortion and greater durability.
High-Resolution Audio Performance
Our newly designed Terylene dome tweeter delivers clear and detailed high frequency response for realistic reproduction of vocals and instruments. Certified and capable of delivering 40kHz to support the latest high resolution audio files so it feels like your right there in the studio or concert hall
Power Port Deep Bass Technology
Power Port® is our patented design that smoothly transitions the air flow from the speaker’s port into your listening area. It also extends the overall bass port, providing greater surface area to eliminate turbulence and distortion, for bigger, more musical, deep bass impact. Plus, it offers 3dB more bass response output than a traditional port.
The Real American HiFi Home Theater Speaker
Featuring Hi-Res certification, a new Dynamic Balance designed acoustic array, precision cross-overs, an anti-diffraction grille, modern cabinet styling and exclusive Power Port bass enhancing technology, you get elevated sound for movies, TV and music in a totally re-imagined design. Polk—expect great sound
High sensitivity and maximum compatibility
Works with the most modestly-powered amplifier or receiver. Whether you’re connecting them to the newest digital processor, or your vintage rig, you get sound reproduction that’s spacious, clear, enveloping, and realistic. Plus, it’s compatible with latest Dolby and DTS surround sound technologies
American Modern Styling
Curved edges offer a sensual yet powerful look that fits with any home decor—available in a stunning black washed walnut finish.
Quality Crafted Cabinet Design
Strong, rigid and acoustically inert enclosure reduces unwanted internal standing waves for less audible coloration. And non-resonant Meddite MDF construction, with extra bracing and minimum thick baffles, ensures a more lifelike sound.
Designed with the same components throughout to achieve seamless speaker-to-speaker blending effects in multi-channel systems.
Why Polk Audio
The real question is, why anything else? We’ve always made the best speakers at the best price – that’s it.
But for storytelling’s sake, let’s back it up to 1972 where a group of friends, talented engineers, and music lovers got together with the skillset, the ambition to make the best speakers they could afford, and the attitude to change the establishment. That day, a speaker company was born with a clear vision for quality and a powerful mission for value.
Each and every day since then, all Polk products are the result of tight-knit collaboration, teamwork, and our collective passion to make great sound available to as many people as humanly possible.
A mission like that requires more than engineering expertise. It requires inventive spirit, hard-earned experience, and intuition. It’s that intuition—the most magical human ingredient—that bestows Polk products their sonic personality and pride of place in your home. To this day, design, acoustics, engineering (and ingenious, intuitive human magic) all happen under one expensive roof under the guise of democratizing sound. Because we mean it when we say great sound shouldn’t be a privilege of the few, it should be accessible and available for all.