Sound and quality of Legacy Speakers

Hello music lovers. I am researching my next speaker choice and here is where I am now. I am running a mcintosh MA7900, 200 watts per and a Node 2i and SVS Ultra towers and SB 13 Subs. Ok, I am enjoying my Ultras but the highs are not satisfying at higher volume, the mids and lows are good. I listen to blues rock at high volume and I love bass and slam. I also love Jazz at medium volume and I am seeking clean mids and crisp realistic highs. I was thinking of preowned Wilson’s Sophia’s until I saw the weight, I am 68 and my audio room is in my basement. I am seeking speakers at 100 lbs or less each. I am now looking at Legacy Signature SE, reviews are good and the used price are really low. I have not yet hear a pair, I see opinions. I am open to suggestions on other speakers.Thank you.

Those are pretty nice speakers.  Actually curious as to why you are selling them.  If I didn't have my Salks, I would be taking a hard look at those.  

Truthfully, a fully active speaker makes a lot of sense to me.  (I know those have all sorts of options).  
Thank you. They turned out to be a little too large for my room. I also have an active pair of ATC SCM100ASLT speakers ($38k) which are perfect for that room. With the Wavelet and room correction engaged, the Focus XDs are superior in some ways. For me, in that room, the Signature SE would be the better speaker. I think Legacy should offer them in an XD (active) version but the Focus is their least expensive tower speaker with the active option.
BTW, I used these Focus XD speakers in bi-amp mode using the Wavelet active EQ and room correction with either Coda (SS) or Manley (tube) amplification for the mids and highs.

With that said, they sound remarkably good full range with the internal amps and crossover. When you consider the cost of high quality external mono block amps, the Focus XD offers tremendous value even at full retail.