That's a decent shortlist that should get you off to a good start. With some of the music you listen to, you'll appreciate the bass of the Tannoy DC6T's, and you shouldn't find any on your shortlist to lack detail. Try and stick to a fairly efficient speaker (sensitivity rating) in order to make the most of the Brio-R's output. You mentioned the LS50's after this post - I feel they lack the precision and accuracy they're really capable of when partnered with the Brio-R. But by all means, try them - you may love the combination.olliegodfrey said:My shortlist at the moment includes:
- Neat Motive 2
- KEF R100/300
- Monitor Audio GX50
- Tannoy DC6T / DC6T SE
Originally I didn't want to spend more than £600 but am considering increasing my budget, I just need some convincing first!