Was look at Linton's, but several folks suggested looking at Magnepan's. I managed to find a like-new pair of LRS for $400. Done. Playing now in my listening room which is smallish maybe 18x12 or so, with carpet, furniture, and low 7' drywall ceiling. My amp is a Cambridge CXA80 which puts 120w into the 4 ohm speakers. Good definition and excellent soundstage, but a little thin sounding. With my more traditional 8 ohm box speakers with 10" woofers, I never turned volume up past 8 or 9, and they sounded pretty full. I have to crank my amp up to 11 or 12 with LRS speakers, and sound is still thinner. I got a demo of LRS at the dealer who had them in Cincy where I made purchase. Beefier amp as in more power. Beefier fuller sound from LRS. Their source was streaming. I tried streaming, CD's and my TT with similar thin results. Amp must be the issue, right? I need more watts output, but it's not all about watt output, right? The LRS need a better current output or something the Cambridge just can't deliver? Whatcha think?