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#818 - 01/10/02 07:34 AM Quadpoles
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How do quadpoles work?
I know that bipoles have both sets of speakers pushing/pulling at the same time. And dipoles have one set pushing while the other set is pulling.

What do quadpoles do?



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#819 - 01/10/02 10:57 AM Re: Quadpoles
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The quadpole design is bi-polar in its electrical characteristics. The quad refers to the sound emanating in four different directions.

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