Hello, noob here. I'd like some advice on selecting bookshelf speakers. Budget: $500. Can stretch up to $1000 if there will be a significant improvement in sound quality. History: My current speaker is Mackie CR3. I thought it did a decent job for the price. But it's broke now, and this time I'd like to make an informed decision and buy something much better. Space: Live in a very small studio 24 x 10. Couch is on the long side of one wall and TV is on the opposite side. My room doesn't share a wall with neighbors, so I can crank up my volume to an extent. Requirements/Usage: Primary usage is music streamed from Spotify through my 4k TV. I watch quite a bit of movies/tv shows. Occasionally I watch blu-ray through Xbox. I'm more interested in the quality of the sound, build and longevity than any fancy features. Some contenders: Going by anecdotal experiences of users here, I have these in mind. But I've never listened to any of these before and have no particular preference. Klipsch RP-160M Epos m12 (used 400) Wharfedale Denton 80th Anniversary (500) KEF Q350 For my case, what would you recommend? Also, should I buy an amp? Thanks!