Bipole a viable option?

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  1. DonnyD

    DonnyD Screenwriter

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    I am moving my HT system to a new home next week and just wanted to get some opinions/ options in line for setting up my system in a different config. I now have about 3 feet behind my primary listening position but my new home will not have this space. I will have to locate the rears to the side of the couch and probably do without the rear center. I currently have direct rads but wonder if Bipole/dipoles will give me a better rear effect with the new config???
     
  2. James_N_H

    James_N_H Stunt Coordinator

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    Hello,
    I had a similar problem when I had to move my H/T to a new room and lost the space behind me that I previously had. My only option was wall mounting rears behind me, I went for di-poles and they are definately much better than the bookshelfs I was using before. Di-poles supposedly work better on side walls than rear walls so you should get much better rear effects.
     

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