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I have a 7.1 system where the side and rear surrounds are in-wall, switchable dipole/bipole types. They are not fairly good and the rated specs are decent. I have always had it in dipole mode and since I do not have them placed precisely, I recently tried bipole mode. I use Audyssey MultiEQ and noticed that it wants to crossover the surrounds at around 150Hz everytime I run a setup. I have two questions:

1) Should the switch to bipole yielded more bass response? I am surprised it is identical to dipole mode as far as Audyssey is concerned.

2) Is it normal for these in-wall dipole/bipoles to be generally weak in bass to begin with, despite the rated specs? Or is it the room acoustics?
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