Link I designed some speakers for my car and decided to put them in a small dipole box to see how they sound. I was surprised how good they are. I may want to make a "real" pair for 2-channel listening. Perhaps an MTM design. I should probably do more research on dipoles though. These Vifa drivers are the real deal, I like the sound better than my GR research speakers because they can play so loud and clear. They are revealing, and may not sound as natural and smooth, but they arn't too revealing in that they can only play certain tracks. The dipoles are very musical speakers, I love how they sound in a huge room with a lot of power. You can hear the reflections and I get some nice depth to the soundstage that makes it sound as if the sound is in the room. I also love that they don't sound boxy, and since they have no bass, I don't have to worry about the frequency response being too out of whack. I have to thank Linkwitz and his Pheonix Dipoles which I auditioned at the last Bass List meet. Those inspired me to begin playing with dipoles and so far it has been very fun. I may not have any experience in speaker designing, but I think these are a winner. I'm going to demo them for people this week and see if it's not just me that loves them. I'll also do an A/B comparison with my sonicap AV-3s, and my Modified JBL Studio S38s. Anyone here a fan of Dipoles?