Hello to all. To the point. Many Hi Fi users have many gripes as to their sound. I believe that one of the most critical aspects are the quality of bass, punch and clarity. I am after a few hour listening session of one of the newest bluetooth Sony speakers with passive subwoofer. Now I am not trying to prove of course that all Hi Fi speakers are worse in comparison. But I have noticed a substantial difference. Many Hi Fi speakers are generally flawed in Design. I.E. they do not serve a good fluent tight bass response and are lacking in punch. Sony ( for example ) have long time ago focused on this critical thing. In almost every Sony speaker design they try to implement passive subwoofers or as said focus on bass response. On the other hand, many Hi Fi manufacturers omit this significant feature. Look at this. Many Hi Fi producers make small bookshelf speakers only with one woofer and a tweeter. Almost always ignoring extra features that support bass punch and bass quality. Again, Sony bass design makes music fluent, punchy and although they do not have high frequency clarity they offer great musicality that usual Hi Fi speakers do not have. Why is it so ? No clue.