I don't think anyone has tried their signature series center and bipoles yet. If they have, they need to come foward! I did noticed when I was looking at their signature series bipoles they have port in the back. Why why why??? Whats the point of the port if they are going to be flushed against the wall? Also I noticed the new signature bipoles have woofer in the middle of enclosure and tweeters on the sides as opposed to their lower line with both woofer and tweeter both at the sides of enclosure. Any reason the differences? If you look at aperion audio the intimus bipole has woofer in middle and tweeter on sides but their higher end bipoles have both woofer and tweeter on sides. This can confuse people which is a better bipole layout. Only reason I can see woofer in middle being beneficial is on rear wall in 7.1 since it seems more direct sound like monopole than other way around?
Also any of you with both emp tek and fluance test fluance speakers by itself vs emp teks with subs and compared that way?
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