Hi! I'm comparing Monitor Audio Bronze 5 and 6, and quite obviously I know the 6 with its bigger and additional cones will push more air for bass. But I'm interested how this is depicted in the specifications: Bronze 5: LF: -6dB @ 600Hz MF/HF: 2.8kHz Bronze 6: LF: -6dB @ 150Hz MF/HF: 2.5kHz I'm used to crossover notation with respect to a subwoofer, but I'm less clear how it's used within a floorstander like these. Is it saying that in the case of the 5, frequencies are split with the bass-cone handling 600Hz and below, mid-cone 600-2800Hz, and tweater 2800Hz+? Or as these are 2.5 way is the split more simply 600Hz and below to the bass, while 600+ go to mid+tweater together? On the other-hand, the 6 has a 1" larger mid-cone, so they push 150+Hz to the mid, and sub 150Hz goes to the dual bass-cones? It seems either way, the bass cones have a 6dB penalty, but on the 6 this only affects the sub 150Hz region while on the 5s this is going to affect everything below 600Hz? Yes, I should probably just get out and test them both (added caveat is the NR 1506 AMP is borderline powerful enough for the 6s, only [email protected] Ohms), or save up and buy a sub to go with the 5s?