Probably. It's usually preferable to keep drivers as similar as possible for timbre matching. It may not be as important for surround speakers as a center channel, but still an improvement when sounds don't change just by panning around the room (important in a movie like Gravity where dialog moves all over the room).since i have the bic america venturi line of speakers. would it be best to get the bic america Dv-62SIB bookshelf speakers for my front height speakers so they match ?
It might be harder to tell timbre differences with things like explosions than dialog, for example. Some say Audyssey and other room correction systems sometimes help in that regard, but that's not what they were designed for.