I'm hoping for some additional advice related to my situation:
I am building a house, currently being framed. My receiver is a Denon AVR-591. I am planning on using either the Monoprice 7604's or 6816 for the Left-Front and Right-Fronts.
Question #1: I currently have a Klipsch C-10 center speaker that fits nicely into the TV stand that I will continue to use. Will this work well with either of the in-wall fronts that I mentioned above, or would I be better off looking at replacing the Klipsch with something from Monoprice? Any "timbre" issues or balancing issues? (I will be doing the Audyssey set-up through my receiver)
Question #2: From what I've read elsewhere on AVS, the surrounds should ideally be "bi-pole" or "di-pole" (not sure if those are the same and if I have my info correct) because you don't want to be able to pinpoint the source of the surrounds. Assuming that is correct info (and please correct me if I have it wrong), are the Monoprice 4619'
s (6-1/2 Inches Glass Composite 3-Way, Dual Voice Coil, Stereo In-Ceiling Speakers) considered bi-pole or di-pole and thus would they be a good choice for surrounds, or should I go with maybe the 8" directional woofer ceiling speakers (4929)?
Many thanks in advance for any advice or insights you can offer on this.