This is speaker related. I have avoided purchasing satellite speakers as people continually state "ooh, lacks midrange." anyhow, heres my question. In a sub/sat system, If the sub does the low end stuff, say, anything from 120hz down the sats do the treble and the high stuff, where does the mid range sit in this. Are people saying that if you bought a sub sat system you would quite literally miss sonic mid points in a sound track due to the lack of mid, ergo jumping from high to low without taking down the sound scale 'slowly' I hope this makes sense. Oh and I know that dearer sub sat systems do carry mid, such as the kef eggs. And mores to the point, will the human ear detect it ??? Whaddya think ??? Captain Benefit.