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Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by ashley duggan, Dec 12, 2004.

  1. ashley duggan

    ashley duggan
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    My speakers consist of a Kef Reference Series, Tdm 23f x4 ( 2 for the front and two for the rear ) Tdm 45b sub,Tdm 23c, and two Tdm 34ds (dipolar).I run these with a 6.1 amp set up whilst watching my dts discrete dvds as well as non discrete.My question concerns the four rear speakers,which two should be behind me and which two should be to my rear side.My room is approx 20ft by 20ft.
     
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    IMHO you should run the bi polars on the sides of you and mono poles in the rear. I want to go that was but I live in rental accomodation so putting brackets on walls is a long process :(
     
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    Forgive my ignorance, but i know my Tdm 34ds are dipolar, but what do you class the Tdm23's front and rear as, are they bi polar, and which are the mono poles. Please could you give me a brief explanation what these terms mean technically. Thank you. :)
     
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    A mono pole only fires in 1 direction. If i rmemeber correctly the 23's are mono poles so you want the 23's 2*front and 2*rear with the 34's on the side walls.
     

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