One of the most difficult choices when buying a home cinema setup is the speakers.For me it was a compromise between sound and size.Small speakers are easier on the eye,but large speakers sound better,usually. My question is,can you ever get satellite speakers to sound as good as the equivalent full size speakers. Is there a scientific reason why full size ones give a bigger and fuller sound.Is it because they can move more air(ie bigger cones) or is there some other reason.I'd be interested to know. My a/v setup has the Energy take 5 sats.At the weekend i did a bit of experimenting adding in my full size Tannoys.For music there was quite a difference.The small seakers just couldnt compete. Anyway,the point i'm trying to make is,is the aim of getting a sat system to sound as good as a full size one a fruitless one.If you buy a satellite speaker package,however good it may be,should you just accept that ,for music especially,it will sound inferior to a full size speaker package. I look forward to your opinions. Paul.