speakers for small room

I have a small living room. My amp is an Accuphase powering some Harbeth P3ESRs and a KEF KC62 subwoofer. Sounds great for acoustic and jazz. However, I also like big symphonic works and the Harbeths don't cut it for that. I'm looking for something more dynamic and something that can push more air to give me that grand experience of listening to big works. Any recommendations? Assume a budget of $10000.




The room is 13' x 11' with 3 walls, the other side opening up to the rest of the house. I've thought about the SHL5s but thought that they might overpower the room. I think I'd like a floorstander (have never had any) as it would be a bigger change than just a bigger standmount. Totally open to used.

Would a floorstander be too much?



Eversolo DMPA6 --> Weiss DAC204 --> Audio Research REF 6SE --> Accuphase A47 --> Harbeth P3ESR

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Check out the KEF Reference 1 meta’s. They will also play well with your KC62 sub.



I have the REF 1 Metas, and the bass output is incredible for such a small speaker. The caveat is that they need a minimum of 200 W of solid power to bring the bass out. I tried to power them with a Luxman 590AXII, and the little KEFs ate the integrated up. I now power them with McIntosh Mc611s,