Originally Posted by Tom Vodhanel
I'd give them a try(the dual XS15se). I think the XS15se model is often a bit under-rated simple based on pricing. Look over the data from Josh's review. Add 6dB to the cea-2010(for duals). Then study the other measurements (impulse, group delay, stored ringing, FR). If you find anything better at $1499...jump on it...
Power Sound Audio
Thanks for the great advice Tom. I think I like the idea of what we talked about earlier.... getting a single XS30se now and then later on, possibly getting another. An XS30se's dimensions are only slightly larger than the XV15, however, I think the footprint would be less because I wouldn't have to make room for the port.
Living room theater set-up:
AVR: Pioneer VSX-1124-K.
Speakers/Sub: (4) NHT Classic Two and an NHT TwoC center + PSA-XV15 subwoofer.
HTPC: z97 mobo, 16GB mem, i5-4440, SSD+HD, LG BD drive, Win 8.1 pro w/WMC + MB3.
Content sources: OTA Winegard HD7698P, Amazon Fire TV Stick, Netflix etc.
HDTV: Sharp LC-60SQ15U (ehhh).