stand-mount speakers for classical music

Last year's search for stand-mount speakers got scuttled by other priorities. I used the time since to optimize existing config and critically evaluate all the thingz.

> 90% of my listening is classical up to moderate dB, remaining 10% is mix of electronic, alternative and classic rock up to loud dB ( >= 12 o'clock on -dB dial).

Classical breakdown: 70% chamber/solo instrumental and vocal, 30% orchestral and opera.

Gear: Micromega M-100 int amp, Nola Boxer v1, dual Syzygy SLF870 12" 1000w subs w/ room-correction, all source material is streaming (.flac or Qobuz)

Room: challenged 3700cf L-shape with speakers centered at 7' point of a 27' head wall. Vaulted ceiling to 13', hardwood floors, some rugs.

Budget: under $5K

Grateful to hear from other standmount owners with similar listening profiles.

My Vaugn Cabernet speaker plays classical music  well with Lyngdorf 2170  which is similar to your Micromega.

If you live in Pacific Northwest, then you may take the speaker to your home for audition.

I have Lansche 4.1 as my  main speaker.

@E yup I should. Do you happen to know any owners of a sealed Fritz speaker?

@shkong while Vaugn Cab is impressive in spec & appearance, it’s a floorstander. I must have standmount (WAF, bad cats etc).

@ebm I haven’t seen Joseph Audio stand-mounts recommended specifically for classical music. Are you thinking the Pulsar?
OP:  Fritz typically makes ported, I believe, and they have remarkable low bass extension.  My suggestion was just that if you are committed to sub use, sealed integrates a little better, and results in a smaller speaker, so I'd discuss it with him, but no idea if he'd make one. :) I'm sure he's going to call me to complain I suggested this. :)

Alternatively, buy a ported, and consider stuffing the port when using a sub.
I haven’t seen Joseph Audio stand-mounts recommended specifically for classical music. Are you thinking the Pulsar?
Uh, I recommend the Pulsars specifically for classical music (and every other kind).  There you go.