$169.00

Monitor 60 Series II

Floorstanding Tower with three 5.25" woofers and one 1" tweeter

Monitor 60 Series II
Monitor Series II

A classic reborn

The reborn monitor Series is classic Polk: a quality-built, affordable line of high-performance loudspeakers for music and Home theater. They are highly efficient, so they can be driven easily by unpretentious receivers, and they are voice matched for lifelike surround sound s. The monitor Series boasts a stylish look that complements today's flat screen technology, with wood grain finishes and modern black front. Built for Speed, sound and value, The monitor Series is a great introduction to high performance sound.

The voice of entertainment

Impactful sound

The Monitor 60 delivers detailed high frequency response with realistic reproduction – powerful deep bass, better mid-range and superior audio. Create a complete home theater - add a Monitor CS1 Series II center channel speaker and get crystal clear dialog every time.

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 expansive 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.