Originally Posted by commsysman
This is not only MY opinion, but the concensus of several audio professionals I know that install home theater systems for a living. They, and I, KNOW what produces the best midrange clarity in a system from extensive installation and troubleshooting experience. Since you don't seem to know, maybe your opinion could be improved if you get more experience?
If this was true it would also be true for midrange from left and right mains and everyone would crossover to subs at 120Hz for all speakers to improve midrange clarity
Or is midrange clarity from mains not important
Here's a thought - have speakers that are able to faithfully reproduce ALL of the sounds that the producers (be it music or movies) intended to be heard from each of the speakers. I am aware of no producers/directors that intended for any channel to only have 120Hz - 4kHz.
You are entitled to any opinion; just don't waste time contradicting those more experienced than yourself.
Listen to your own words. Everyone on this forum with WAAAAAY more experience than you contradicts this opinion of yours, and yet you choose to keep repeating it.Edited by rick240 - 12/4/12 at 7:46am