Salk Towers versus Legacy Classic

Are there any Salk owners who have previously owned Legacy Audio speakers, particularly the Classics? I have been upgrading my system and now trying to find the right speakers. I currently have a LSA Standard integrated (Moon Audio version)with a Cary 306/200 CD player.

I have had the Legacy's for about 13 years and like the sound. Looking for full range. I mostly listen to jazz, gospel, R&B and Contemporary Christian music.

I cannot answer your question but there is a recent $1500-$2000 Floorstanding Speaker Shootout on that you might find of interest. The Salk SongTower is one of the speakers in the shootout.
I haven't heard the Salk Song Towers, but I have listened to the Veracity's and have spoken at length with Jim Salk at a DIY gathering. I found the Veracity's to be a very fine loudspeaker, and I am extremely hard to please. I don't believe that you can go wrong doing business with Jim. His products are very high quality.
Since it looks like vocals is a major aspect of your listening experience, I can, without hesitation, recommend you to take the SongTower's for a spin. Although I personally do not feel they meet up to all the hype people dote upon the speakers, they nonetheless represent a very good value at their respective price point and moreover, should match your components and music perfectly.
"Hype".... wow I did not know the Song Towers made it to
that category.

I have had speakers from Focal, B & W, Totem just to
name a few. I think the Song Towers are a steal for the money. The above mentioned speakers cost muxh more than the Song Towers.

I never look at speakers anymore. That is how happy I am with mine. They are EXCELLENT with vocals. The finish is
beautiful and handmade in the USA.

They are worth way above their asking price.
The big companies could not make this speaker and sell it for the price.

Any reviewer who tested them........kept them.
Jim is a great guy. You cannot go wrong.