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Old 09-04-2012, 01:16 AM - Thread Starter
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Front firing bookshelf? Dipole? Bipole? I would assume a normal front firing bookshelf would be best but I don't know

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Front firing bookshelf? Dipole? Bipole? I would assume a normal front firing bookshelf would be best but I don't know
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Timbre matched monopoles. Dipoles won't work because you can't sit in the null.wink.gif
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And to confirm a mono pole is a regular single directional speaker correct?

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Yes a monopole is a regular direct radiating (front firing) speaker.

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Just keep in mind that "front high" speakers will need similar capability to your LCR. I run "front wides," and sitting between L and LW (at a PC desk), there's no difference in loudness level as there might be with surrounds in HT applications. Think equal sensitivity and power handling, as well as timbre.

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