Tannoy GLENAIR 15 vs DALI HELICON 800 MK2 ?

Hello , I am in the middle of upgrading my speakers.Here in Bulgaria there are distributors for almost every company you may think of ,but the in stock items above $5-6K are very rare ,so one have to buy his components virtually in blind... Now I have the opportunity to get Tannoy Glenair 15 which is in stock in one dealer and Dali Helicon 800 MK2 which I should take in blind ,but I read very good reviews for it,and I like the sound of the smaller models.
My system : Sony xa-5es as transport , custom made tube DAC / pre and Krell FPB300 power amp.I listen many styles of music
the tannoy is $2000 cheaper than the dali
Ill appreciate any advise from people who have the chance to compare this speakers
Tomcy6: You're absolutely correct. Apologies for being a snob. I'm just so impressed by the 15" Tannoy DC that everything else seems a rung or two lower. But each listener is different.
My good friend has the Glen's and the are great but the just get boring to my ears, I would take the Dali and have heard several.of their offerings over the years. If you go with the Glens tilt the speakers upwards as the stage is too low and dont be shocked if you feel the need to add a super tweeter, a quality set will put you close to price of Dali. Both are good but Dali is a speaker with better sound IMO.
Which of these two very different speakers will sound/match better to the Krell amplifiers is the question.This compatability is important to ultimate sonic sucess.
Jburidan, no apology needed. You were just thinking out loud.

The Krell is a powerful amp, 300 wpc, I believe. The Tannoy's sensitivity is 95 db which means you will need to keep the volume control turned down low. The 6moons reviewer used a 200 wpc Moscode amp and thought it worked well with the Tannoys though.

I could not find the recommended amplifier power for the Tannoy Glenair but for their newer Definition DC8 they recommend 30 to 175 wpc. So I think you will have to be careful using the Tannoy with the Krell so that you don't blow your speakers.

The recommended amplifier power for the Dali is 50 to 400 wpc. So you should be safer with the Krell but I would still check the volume level before turning the amp on.
The power rating of the Krell is less a factor than the sonic signature it has. Which speaker compliments and mates better in terms of sound quality is the true objective.