Hey guys, this is my current setup that has been good, but I would like to venture into the next step in terms of speakers. Over the past few years I've upgraded TV, AVR, 4K Bluray player, Subwoofer, and now the speakers are last. Here's the current setup:
AVR - Denon x3300 (keeping)
Subwoofer - SVS PB2000 (keeping)
Front/Surrounds - (4) Infinity Primus P363 towers
Center - Infinity Primus PC351
Height - (2) SVS Prime Elevation (keeping)
Uses are 90% TV & Movies, though I may listen to more music in time. I want them to sound decent at quieter levels (have kids sleeping at night) but also reference level (I know it could be hard to have both). My room is approximately 19'x15' with 2 story ceiling, with an open floor plan to the kitchen. Ideally I'd get a matching set, or but might also consider upgrading just Left/Right fronts and Center Channel and keep a pair of Primus for rears for now. I've seen the following suggested to me:
- Klipsch Reference Premiere - Not sure if there's a difference between "new" RP from 2018 or the 1st generation?
- Infinity Reference - When they run the sale I always hear they'r great for the money
- ELAC Debut 2.0 - Seem to be a consensus solid pick
I don't really have a budget per se, but I've looked at the prices of the ones above and I could swing those when on sales, etc. Since I don't follow speakers as closely as I do TVs, I'm just looking where to start and for some suggestions. I know there's preferences in terms of bright, neutral, etc, but I think for lots of TV/Movie viewing I would prefer more clear/bright (but not ear piercing) vs. a neutral musical speaker.