Verus Surround Dipole/Bipole Speaker Pair

Immerse yourself in surround sound. Perfect for home theater and multi-channel music, the Verus Surround Speakers envelop you in the action and deluge your room with amazing surround sound.
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Are you asking yourself what the differences are, and benefits of Dipole vs. Bipole speakers? Here are some answers.

With Dipole speakers, the two sets of drivers are out of phase with each other. What out of phase means is that while one set of drives is pushing out, the speakers on the other side are pulling in. If mounted properly in your room, the result is something called a null or dead zone of sound. See the graphic for reference. When properly set up, a Dipole speaker provides an open, enveloping surround soundstage. For this to work properly, the speakers must be positioned in-line with the listening position as shown. If you are sitting out of the null area, the effect can be spoiled. If you don't want to, or simply can't place your surround speakers and listening position as required, that's where Dipoles come in handy.

In a bipolar speaker configuration, the two sets of drivers are in phase with one another… both sides push air at the same time. The result is greater sound output where the dipolar speaker's null would be. The optimum location for a bipole speaker is behind the listening position. This positioning offers the benefit of a more detailed surround sound and is the preference of people who prefer the greater localization of bipolar speakers when used in Dolby Digital 5.1, DTS.

Key Features:
  • Dual 4.25" Aperion PhaseSync Drivers with integrated 1" Aperion ASR tweeters
  • Anti-resonant cabinet
  • Wall mounting brackets
  • Furniture-Grade finish
  • Ten year warranty
  • FREE SHIPPING - a $42 value per pair*
  • FREE lifetime technical support

Get the flexibility of two speakers in a single elegant package. Immerse yourself in surround sound with the Verus Surround dipole/bipole speaker and never make compromises in your home theater.

*Free shipping value is based on ground shipping costs from Portland, OR to New York, NY. Individual rates vary.

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Additional Information

Weight 13.0000
Frequency Response (+/- 3dB) 90Hz to 18,000Hz -- (+/- 6dB) 80Hz to 20,000Hz
Sample Rate No
Latency No
Error Correction No
Wireless Band No
Interface No
Impedance 6 Ohms
Sensitivity Bipole: 88dB -- Dipole: 78dB
Recommended Power 20-200 Watts
Phase No
Amplifier Power No
Crossover No
Tweeter Dual 1" Audiophile-grade Custom Aperion ASR Tweeters
Midrange No
Woofer Dual 4.25" Aperion PhaseSync Drivers
Driver Configuration 2-Way
Enclosure Type 1" HDF, Ported
Dimensions 9.5" H x 13" W x 7" D
Product Family Verus
Placement Location Surround Speakers

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Customer Reviews

Gerald B.

For the ultimate surround experience, look no further!!!

Posted on 6/8/2012 In one sentence, these speakers are great for the surround channels. I am currently configured in 5.1, but seriously considering adding two or four more surround speakers to have a 7 or 9 channel setup; although my room size would not justify that many speakers. But these speakers really create a fantastic surround environment. And they look great!!!
My only two gripes are:- I wish Aperion would extend the piano finish at least to the bottom of the speaker ideally include the top also.
- And I would have preferred the use of larger drivers; like the 5 woofer on the Verus Grand Bookshelf speakers. I can only drive my surrounds with my crossover set at 100Hz. I understand that surround speakers are not meant to reproduce low frequencies, but THX settings on my receive default to 80Hz and this is too much for the surrounds. Regardless, they sound great!!
Even if the above suggestions were implemented and drove a price increase, I would still purchase them without reserves. I would love to see surround speakers match the dynamics of the Verus Grand Center!!
Continue the awesome work Aperion!!! (two thumbs up)
PS. I thought about getting the larger Verus Grand Bookshelf (VGB) speakers for my surround channels, but that would have caused a mounting issue for me since its not recommended to place them up against the wall. The VGBs are meant to be placed away from walls or corners to maintain their clarity and high frequency detail. If you place these against a wall or in a corner, they get boomy and muddy like any speaker.
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