I have ordered '3' BIC DV62CLR-S speakers and they will go as my L-C-R front array and all will be mounted vertically. I plan to set them up like this:
My subwoofer is a Cambridge Soundworks PSW-1 model. My rear channel speakers are going to be a pair of Optimus LX-5 II speakers which have the dipole Linaeum Poly-film tweeter.
My entire system will be made up of polypropylene-based driver material from the Sub to the LCR to the Surrounds. Even though these speakers are not from the same manufacturer, I believe they will match up well based on how people describe the sound for the DV62CLRS & LX-5's (ie, slightly boomy bass, airy highs). The dipole tweeter on the LX-5's I hope will accomplish a "room filling" sound that I'm shooting for with the surrounds.
I want to duplicate a THX quality setup and I hope my research has helped me pull it off. I admit the surround speakers don't have quite the SPL output that the THX standard requires but in my small room and with their 6-foot distance from the listening position, I bet they will come close enough to pass. The front channels I've read really have some strong SPL capability, so I'm thinking at 7-feet away they will have enough output and dynamics to come close if not duplicate the THX ultra SPL with a decent receiver. Of course this is "if" the reviews are true about the supposed generous dynamic output.
I will be buying a Pioneer receiver. I am very likely going to buy the VSX-9040txh or VSX-21txh model receiver for around $525 with a possibility of buying the VSX-919AHK receiver if I can find it for $325 or less.
My TV is set to arrive on Friday and it's the LG 55LH90 LED LCD with local dimming. I think my theater has the potential to absolutely ROCK!
I will take pictures so that this thread won't be so lonely looking. More people with these speakers should be posting in here. I hope these speakers are as good as many are saying they are in reviews.
Will the DV62CLRS speaker work well as a LEFT/RIGHT 2-channel music speaker when on 24-inch stands? I plan on getting the tweeter up to ear-height on those for stereo music listening.
I hope I pulled the trigger on a good set of speakers. I'm pretty picky.