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Not true. I own set of Klipsch RP502S speakers which is a set of bipoles.
Though Klipsch doesn't label any of their surrounds as bipole including your RP502S, they're builds are identical. It's because of the 90x90 horns and how they disperse sound differently than the typical tweeter that klipsch doesn't categorize these as bipole. So really you're both correct.
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Currently using fluance avbp2 bipolar as surrounds. Would this set be an upgrade?
Hard to compare horns and tweeters. Some folks would rather have a cheap pair of Sony bookshelves than the most expensive set of klipsch towers simply because of the unique sound/brightness of horns
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Klipsch doesn't do bipole fyi
Not true. I have several bipole Klipsch speakers.
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Decent deal, recently bought JBL Studio 520C and Studio 590. Are these Klipch speakers good as surround for them. Any compatibility issues.

Very novice to the speaker world, what is this bipole. I see two 4 pins behind my speakers with a short jumper in between them. Before googling thought any quick help on it.
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Decent deal, recently bought JBL Studio 520C and Studio 590. Are these Klipch speakers good as surround for them. Any compatibility issues.

Very novice to the speaker world, what is this bipole. I see two 4 pins behind my speakers with a short jumper in between them. Before googling thought any quick help on it.




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Is it good for the 7.1 setup? If yes, do I need 4 of these ?
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Is it good for the 7.1 setup? If yes, do I need 4 of these ?
If you mean side and rears, rears are better as direct speakers.
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How can you mount these on speaker stands? My stands have 4 screw holes on the bottom, and I don't want to drill actual short pointy screws into the bottom of the speaker body to mount them...

Do these have "pre-tapped holes" on the bottom to accept bolts? If so, any idea of the thread spacing/pitch?
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Decent deal, recently bought JBL Studio 520C and Studio 590. Are these Klipch speakers good as surround for them. Any compatibility issues.

Very novice to the speaker world, what is this bipole. I see two 4 pins behind my speakers with a short jumper in between them. Before googling thought any quick help on it.
bipole/dipole is a type of speaker configuration that provides a more dispersed / diffuse sound field which is generally preferred for home theater use. for surround sound music it is a less preferred type of configuration.

the 4 pins on the back of the speaker are the inputs. they will have jumpers connecting the positive terminals and another connecting the negative terminals. those speakers can be bi-wired or bi-amped by removing the jumpers. most if not all people will not notice any difference using those methods and the added cost of extra amplification or having to run 2 sets of wires will likely make those options a no go for most people.
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Adorama is a good company ... I screwed up my own order not one but twice and they were extremely fast and cooperative to fix. The items arrived safely and at a amazing price. I will shop here again.
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How can you mount these on speaker stands? My stands have 4 screw holes on the bottom, and I don't want to drill actual short pointy screws into the bottom of the speaker body to mount them...

Do these have "pre-tapped holes" on the bottom to accept bolts? If so, any idea of the thread spacing/pitch?
They have a key hole on the back, like you would hang a picture. If you want to use your stands you'll have to get a little creative. Maybe get a couple flat or L-brackets to secure to the bottom screw holes of your strands then secure brackets to keyhole of speaker. Here's a pair of something similar to give u an idea

https://www.newegg.com/p/0RC-007U-00037
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Can this be used for Atmos setup?
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Would these be ok as a cheap solution for some added music to a screened in porch using zone2 on my receiver?
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Can this be used for Atmos setup?
https://www.dolby.com/us/en/techn...elines.pdf
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Dipole surround speakers are not recommended for use for Dolby Atmos playback.

Thanks got it.
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