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Old 11th October 2006, 06:41 PM   #1
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Default DHT Dipolar rears

I'm building a 6.1 using the DHT design. I recently purchased The Loudspeaker Cookbook and the reccomendation of dipolar surrounds seems very interesting. I currently have all the drivers and cross-overs for the standard DHT. I was wondering if anyone has any good, measured, tested dipolar designs using the 5.25" Dayton Classic and the 1 1/8" metal dome tweeter. I saw one, I was wanting to see if there were others. I was thinking about using the Panasonic XR57 and 4 Dipole rear surrounds. Also, should I be worried about mixing impediences? Thank you, Ben.
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