DCM TP160BDP-CH Rear Speaker Bookshelf Speakers

TP160BDP-CH Rear Speaker

The TP160BDP-CH is a unique speaker with extraordinary engineering. As a true home theatre surround loudspeaker, they can be placed anywhere in the room and still provide brilliant ubiquitous sound because of a bipole/dipole design. It is the perfect complement to any DCM home theatre because it allows the speaker's phasing to be set according to a room's specific acoustics and reflected sound.

User Reviews (1)

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David   AudioPhile [Feb 02, 2012]

When upgrading my speaker system, I decided to pick these speakers up as my surrounds (two pairs). I have the DCM TFE200 tower mains and TFE center speaker. Matched with a good audio system, this seems like a very competant system for movies and music. These speakers are tone matched with the TFE line, and I was more concerned with having the ability to switch between dipole/bipole for surround. My LFE is a DIY 12" TC Sounds subwoofer (ported and with a true 500W amp). I find that sound transitions are pretty seemless in 7.1 or 5.1 tracks, and the included mounting hardware makes setup very easy. I gave this 4 instead of 5 stars because the cabinet has an active tweeter on both sides, but it has an active mid/woofer driver on one side (where the bipole switch is) and a passive radiator on the other side. With the shape of the speaker, I notice that there's enough pressure for the passive radiator to displace enough air though. Thought I would note that, though

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
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