Need input deciding between the RSL CG3 line and the NHT Super Series?
I'm replacing my Polk Audio TL1600 speakers that's paired with the Pioneer VSX-830-K avr. I want something that's a step up from what I have. Since my bedroom is only 11 x 12, I thought the TL1 set was right for my room. It is very hard to hear most dialog on bluerays. I figured I need bigger speakers with at least a 4" woofer and 1" tweeter. I'm looking for bookshelf speakers that are not real huge. So I have been looking for speakers that are at least 9" high, 5" wide, and 6" deep. And the center speaker at least 6" high, no bigger than 16" wide, and 8" deep. I have settled between two brands, NHT and RSL. For NHL, I've been looking at their superzero 2.1 mini-monitors, the supercenter, and their ss 10 subwoofer. And for RSL is the CG3 line with their speedwoofer 10S subwoofer. Reviews for the NHT seem to be really good, but there doesn't seem to be hardly any reviews for the RSL CG3 line that seem to have just came out. Is there anyone who owns either of these speakers that have experienced how these speakers sound and how they perform?