Originally Posted by Bill Mac
Mind pointing out what I was implying/assuming
The very things you keep denying it's all there...
Well once again your assumptions are wrong
. In that I'm using my full range surrounds with Rythmik F12SE subs.
Oh boy here we go.... But your "argument" wasn't about the sub was it but rather the mid range, since you must have used the same sub with your previous speakers didn't you?
Didn't see that coming did you
What the second grader retort? I fully confess I expected a little more indeed.
All things being equal (used with subs) in your opinion full range surrounds have no advantage over small satellite speakers? When I say equal same gear and room just swapping out surround speakers
There is no such thing as being "equal" every type of speakers need a different tailored set up, you can't just swap things out. But just for simplify things: Yes
it could, depends how small the satellite speaker was,[ and when I say "satellite" I mean anything between a Bose cube to a large bookshelf with multiple mid range and even bass driver], did it have a dedicated sub, and of course what do you replacing it with, since not all tower speakers are "equal" or even full range. The real advantage is it's simpleness, it's much easier to blend a "full range" tower speakers with a sub because the xo pint will be lower and therefore much less chance to localize the sub which ease it's placement or hear any phase issues.
It is much harder to set up a sub/sat system to perform to it's maximum, especially the rear/side surrounds. So yes if you wanna take the easy way and spend money on a new larger speaker it might just work out better just by replacing your old ones, but there is no guarantee.