Why does replacing my offhand crossbow with a quiver increase my damage? (screenshot)

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    How is listed DPS calculated when dual-wielding weapons?

    Below is a screenshot of what I'm referring to. How does a Quiver with those stats increase my total damage when it replaces a one handed crossbow (in my offhand) that has 292.6 damage?

    I know the damage calculation in D3 is somewhat complicated, but this doesn't make sense to me at all.

    Quiver vs. Bow

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