No treble harshness the the Aerials!!
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You can't go far wrong with Aerial. A very low-key company making a great product.
I owned Aerial 10t's for quite a while, as well as Maggies, B&W, Infinity, Thiel and so forth.
Recently I went back to Aerial with the new 20t's. Expensive, yes. Worth it? Most definately.
Keep in mind the boom and sizzle that many high-end speakers have today sounds pleasant in the dealer's showroom, yet will grow old quickly once home.
A speaker with a balanced presentation such as most of Aerial's line will please you far longer. Not to mention the quality of the cabinetry up and down the line.
I have a CC3B centerchannel speaker and love it. It's very balanced and open for me, and definitely has authority when the signal is full-range. Upper frequencies are highly nonfatiguing.
I've rebuilt the crossovers (and removed the 2 frequency controls) and can send you (or anyone who asks) a schematic of the very-complicated device. I replaced all caps and resistors with highly affordable Zen and Harmony 'propylenes from North Creek.