Some would say you get most of the benefits from the HSU of a horn loaded speaker with not as many negatives. Just listing options.
On the other hand, I agree with the point everyone is making... You *seem* to like the bright and dynamic sound of a metal based tweeter and a soft dome tweeter may not be to your liking. (Note: bright and dynamic are the nice terms ...other people refer to this using other terms )
My friend has HSU speakers...and I love them...but they dont have a center channel (or any speaker that I could use as a center channel) that will fit with my space requirements. I will check out Paradigm.....any thoughts on model? And yes...I do like "bright" sounding speakers. Kidna worried that my Yamaha receiver (which has a rep of making things sound "brighter") might making the Klipsch TOO bright.
~Shaun Yamaha RX-V765 / PSB B5's Fronts / PSB C4 Center / Micca R-65 In-Ceiling Rears / BIC F12 Sub
This info is what started my interest in matching my 3 front. I sold my horizontal center and purchased another RF7II...seamless front stage. If you can I would fit 3 bookshelfs across the front if you can. I ceiling mounted my 55" so I could put 3 Klipsch RF7IIs across the front. http://forum.blu-ray.com/showthread.php?t=89614
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