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Marc*F

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I'm in the market for some new HT speakers, and would like to select a brand/series that has dipole/bipole speakers for surrounds, as opposed to plain bookshelfs (this setup would be 90% HT..)

I am looking around base model up to mid range but not too expensive...what are some brands other then Paradigm and Klipsch that offer good sounding dipole/bipoles and speaker package? :)

thanks
 

JohnSmith

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Kef
M&K
NHT
Castle
Jamo
Revell
Mission
Mordaunt Short
Polk
Gale

Not speaker "packages" though, individual speakers.
 

DonnyD

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JBL has same dipole/bipole speakers for surround use also. I personally have an old set of Energy RVSS dipole/bipole surrounds that are great.......... I believe Energy still makes a d/b surround speaker in the Conn series........
 

Glenn Baumann

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Atlantic Technology... smooth, uncolored, neutral, natural sound with totally matched systems!

It depends on what your criteria for good sound is... if the above descriptions are what you seek then these are for you! All pricepoints and rave reviews too! http://www.atlantictechnology.com


Glenn
 

JohnSmith

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I totally forgot about them... which is a bit funny as I have a pair of BP-2X's on the back wall, and they were my last "audio bit" purchased! so should have popped into my mind..I guess don't stare at the back wall so just forget :D
 

mackie

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I totally forgot about them... which is a bit funny as I have a pair of BP-2X's on the back wall, and they were my last "audio bit" purchased! so should have popped into my mind..I guess don't stare at the back wall so just forget

I guess that means they're working they way they're supposed to...
 

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