I'm in the process of upgrading my HT with a new receiver and speakers, and am wondering about speaker performance for DVD-Audio playback. I have a Panasonic CP72 DVD player, which doesn't do any sort of bass management during DVD-A playback (through the 5.1 analog outputs). Does anyone know if there are any general guidelines that the sound mixers are following when they put together the multichannel tracks? Are they tending to route particular signals to the LFE track (like everything below 80Hz), or are they sending full-range signals to the non-subwoofer track? Due to space limitations, I have to go with bookshelf speakers for the Mains and small satellites for the surround/back speakers. Here's what I'm currently looking at: Klipsch RB-3II's for the mains (rated down to 52Hz +- 3db) Klipsch RC-3II center channel (rated to 49Hz) Mirage Omnisats for the surrounds (rated to 70Hz) SVS 25-31 subwoofer (or it's box-equivalent when it comes out in a couple of months) The receiver will most-likely be the Pioneer 45TX I understand from reading a number of threads in the Music forum that there is a noticeable dropoff in bass levels on the subwoofer when playing DVD-A sources, compared to Dolby/DTS material, so I'm wondering how much my speaker choice will restrict my listening enjoyment on DVD-A material. I'd be curious to hear feedback from others who are playing DVD-A material through speakers with limited bass-handling capabilities.