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.
Vinyl,  are these being offered with new speaker warranty, or am I misreading the listing?  
I had an over 25 year old pair of the original Legacy Focus speakers purchased when they were named Reel To Reel. They served me well over the years paired with old PS Audio 250 Delta mono's. I have recently
upgraded to a pair of Aeris paired with Pass Labs x-160.8 mono's. I found both sets of speakers to be well built but can tell that Legacy has upped their game a bit as far as build. The Aeris aren't much heavier than the Focus but are a large step up in sound. I have found the Wavelet room correction to be amazing. I recommend Legacy with no reservations.
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