Hi Fi Hi End Verses Pro Audio Specs

I have been a pro Electric bassist for over 50 years.
I also have done work as a sound man and have recorded in Studio
Also worked in Hi Fi and video sales and as a musical instrument Repair tech.
I have also worked for ADS Speaker Co in Wilmington,Ma.
I have always had this saying in the back of my head and would like to hear from the Hi end community.
Pro Audio vs Hi End Hi Fi.
When music is Recorded live or in Studio it is Music Production.
All Hi Fi no matter how expensive exotic or otherwise is The Reproduction of Music.
They have two different Electrical standards.
Knowing this and Knowing both Pro audio equipment and Consumer.
My vision of this hobby is to have a system that is a crossover between Hi fi and pro Audio.
I am seeking  a Particular sound as well as purity and design.
I would like to hear from the community.
Who uses Hi Fi mixed with Pro Audio in there systems?

bstbomber, kudos, you are open to learning and exploring the domestic hi-fi market and experience. What a ride you will have! It's a completely different ball game than studio, but can be immensely rewarding. 
I used a modern class D Crown pro amp to drive a pair of JBL L7 towers and my current pair of RBH 1266 SE/r towers. I enjoyed the amp, it was powerful, clean and controlled the 12" woofers in both sets of speakers very well. 

I eventually purchased a set of ICEpower class D mono blocks and noticed a significant improvement. They also retailed for quadruple the price. 

So I don't know what to tell you. I'd imagine as you spend more money in pro audio you get more power, reliability and adjustability. That definitely not the case on all fronts with HiFi. There's a lot of ways to skin the proverbial cat. I went with a tube pre and my mono, but a nice low powered tube amp would be lovely with some more efficient speakers.. It's a fun journey though.
I have always liked the sound of Crown Power with JBL Speakers.
Both those Companies Amps and speakers crossover from pro to home nicely.

Simply taking a product that has been used in the pro world and putting it into one's home does not make a system high fidelity. I would not consider either of those products to merit the label audiophile grade. component. I would not use either one in a system in which I was concerned about the sound quality.

Very interesting
a lot of the music I grew up on where monitored using
JBL Speakers 
I like that vintage sound.
Both Crown and  JBL Where always sold for both home and studio use.
A great example is a Pair iof JBL 4311 paired with a Crown DC 300.
when I was working at ADS I was in the Sound room  wth a couple of the engineers..
We where listening  to a pair of L910s
I remember one of the engineers saying if more music where recorded using these we would have better records today.
of course that was 1978 and gear has drastically changed and improved 
i remember that Telarc Records used ADS In some of their studios.  
To get a better grasp and knowledge on Audiophile purism
do you know of any reading material on the history of The Hi end Hi Fi hobby
Being a Musician on the creative end I am very curious to learn about the mind of the Hi End Listener.
From a musicians stand point we try and capture our creations and performance thru the Recording process.
it then hopefully will be enjoyed to those that buy records.