Here's one poster's "Hi-Fi system"... lol! HiFi setup:
Spotify/iTunes or GL75 into Cambridge CXA80 feeding custom-built speakers
Yeah that Cambridge integrated is sooo insightful! Custom-built speakers... say no more! I hope your studio has better equipment! Lol..
Ohhh, looks like you're talking about my little system! How fun!
The Cambridge integrated amp is fine, for what it is. Given that HiFi is a hobby, I have a limited amount of money to spend on it. My measurements indicate that it's clean and linear at any sensible power level, and that's reflected when I listen.
Of course, I could drop in any number of higher-end pro amplifiers: one of my amps (Crown MA12000i) cost a little over £6000 new. Be assured that, in the PA world, the performance does increase with price.
The reason I don't use the pro amps is because the Cambridge is easy to use. Simple as that. A system that takes 10 minutes to boot up doesn't get used - believe me, I used to have one of those.
I like the custom-built speakers, but you're welcome to come to listen and form your own conclusions.
FWIW, the 8" driver is a bigger version of what they use in the Amphion One monitors (they're pretty well-received), and the tweeter is one that Earl Geddes used on some of his speakers.
In theory at least, the sound should be pretty decent.
In conclusion, I'm going to leave this:
You haven't tried it, so therefore you have no opinion-
Seems to me like you're not in much of a position to judge what I enjoy listening to without trying it for yourself.