Budget system for Rock and dance Music?

Hi there guys as much as I love my Luxman/harbeth combo for jazz and strings and vocals, sometimes I feel iam missing the dynamics i love from Rock music and some techno why not when I am in the mood to work out or feeling good evening.

Instead of starting all over I might can put together a second system in budget where I can spin this kind of music from Metallica, Iron Maiden etc, plus techno.

I am music lover as far as it can seems Ella F from DJ Tiesto,
its all about the music and the mood for the moment,
highly appreciated!

budget 1500 for amp and speakers,

regards and Buon Weekend!
Speaking for myself, you have nice electronics/speakers and it would seem a shame to spend the 1500 on a whole new system where the money has to start 'at the beginning again'...perhaps you could consider an upgrade which might take your current system up yet another great level and maintain what you love about it with greater dynamics/slam?

Low bass (exceptional sub...REL/JL Audio/Velodyne DD series) helps with techno and bass drum kicks for sure. Bass impact/slam typically is amp (go luxman monos?), or maybe speaker cables help a bit...Transparent Ref speaker cables are well regarded for slam.

Just a thought
How about a nice punchy pair of active speakers for rock?

And how important is bass in this equation?
I scored a pair of Altec Model 14's and a Sansui 9090DB for $800 on Craigslist - then scored a JBL 18 in a cab and a Peavey CS-400X for an additional $500. I shelled out another $75 for an EV xover. ItÂ’s all in the garage and it will rock your world ...
Does your luxman have B outputs? A pair of Klipsch Heresey or even bigger will fit the bill.
Cerwin Vega 215's are excellent for dance music and stuff like that. I don't know what the current version is, but they sell for like $600+. I wouldn't buy them used, as the types that go for this type of speaker certainly must have blasted the crap out of it. For an amp, maybe a Cambridge Audio 651 at about $700. It has tone controls, which you probably should have for a system like that. The only thing is, you probably want to play music pretty loud, which means you should look into a higher powered amp. It will mean you're going over budget, but there's no sense buying something you won't be happy with. Best of luck and hold onto your wallet.
Emotiva XPA-200 amp, $419 Free shipping:

Emotiva USP-1 Preamp, $369 Free shipping:

Tekton M-lore speakers, $649/pr., $60 shipping:

All of these products come with in-home trials of 30 days. I doubt you'll be returning *any* of them. And those Tektons will play LOUD with that 150 watts/ch. Emo amp
I second Elevick's recommendation for Heresy's. You can match them with just about any amp-from a old classic NAD to a modern tube amp. They are very efficient, have great bass response and play loud. Rock on.
The Heresys have great bass dynamics but roll off early. Used Fortes (I or II) would be better, but more expensive.
OHM Walsh speakers and a 120 watt/ch or greater Class D amp is the ticket. Case closed. Exact model and cost will depend on room size and bass needs. 80w/ch or greater NAD amp would be another good option.
New Klipsch RF-82($1200)retail and a used Denon DRA-CX3($500-$600). With a discount on the Klipsch $1500 is possible.
A solid +1 to Mapman's suggestion above.

I was able to score a very nice pair of Ohm Walsh 2 speakers and when I paired them with a Class D Audio SDS-224 amp the music was awesome. I was playing various Heavy Metal and Hard Rock in my basement (I just got tired of all the Christmas music) and I was amazed The sound was clear even from 15ft away, imaging was great and music was very open.

The Class D Audio amp I have puts out 120 watts into 4 Ohms and it really does well with the Ohm Walsh 2s. It is definitely case closed for me.
I'd go for Axioms over Tekton.
A true Rocker here. I have a separate 'Rock' system that consists of Adcom pre + power amps, Cerwin Vega speakers.
Yes, Cerwin Vega speakers are built for RNR!
Merry Christmas.