As I have read many times on this forum before, you should always set your speakers to small and not large. Was goofing around the other night going back and forth with the new center channel and was amazed how how mutch more depth or vocal base and I mean in a clean way was added to the center buy switching it to large. Now I always read and rarely post but was curious as to why this made a posative difference in my system? My left and rights are the rt 55i's and I got a pop out of the right main when set to large. Crossover is set to 80hrz. So I guess I will have to buy the rti12 to keep up with the center. Am running 250 watts to the center and 300 per side to the left and right. Just was not sure why the center channel would not loose its integrety as the rt 55i did at the same volume. Was told the drivers are the same. Also made me wonder about the bookshelf versus floor standing for better overall re3sponse in the system.
Thanks for any replys.