Explanation for Attack speed with dual items in Diablo 3

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    How is listed DPS calculated when dual-wielding weapons?

    I've read somewhere in-game ( i don't remember where exactly though) that when dual-wielding, attack speed differs when you're using incompatible items or something?

    So does it matter if I equip a one-handed spear and a fist vs 2 spears and 2 fists? Also, do they need to have the same attack speed?

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