SURROUND SPEAKERS - Bipole, Dipole, Quadpole, Omnipole... WHICH ONE? - Page 30 - AVS | Home Theater Discussions And Reviews
View Poll Results: There are many surround speakers out there now, but the ones below would have to get my highest reco
Mirage OMD5 (or any other Mirage Omnipole) 30 21.58%
JBL P520WS / Infinity ES-250 / Infinity Classia C255ES (Dual-monopole for 4 channels from 2 speakers, but also Bipole & Dipole switchable) 8 5.76%
Axiom QS8 or QS4 (Unique Quadpole design) 38 27.34%
Paradigm ADP (Many models available with this design, where the tweeters run Dipole, but the woofers are Bipole) 22 15.83%
Monitor Audio BXFX or RXFX (Single woofer, but the tweeters can switch to either Dipole or Bipole) 18 12.95%
Monitor Audio GXFX (6 drivers, including a ribbon. (Monopole / Dipole switchable) 16 11.51%
KEF 26/2DS (Dipole only, alas... but with two 6.5 inch side woofers and a front-firing 8 inch!!! ) 9 6.47%
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just a small question, im upgrading speakers to the psb imagine series. will have t2 in the front
I have a 7.1 setup and want to keep it that way, however, in the bundle that I will be buying I have the option of also getting the imagine S surround.
then I will use one of my other speakers for the rest of the surround duty.

for the imagine S:
would it be better to use this as a surround back? or surrounds L-R?
and which mode?

for bipole it states to use the top 2 connectors.
If I place them in the back, I believe I connect the bottom connectors and the side surrounds, the top connectors.

this is the first time I will be using such a speaker, any feedback would be great.
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