when you say small room, what size?
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Harbeth makes very musical speakers. I love them especially for violin/cello sonatas, jazz combos, and singer/songwriter type music the most.
You may want to join the HUG, Harbeth Users Group and will learn quite a lot from other users there.
The designer voiced these speakers in a small room. I would think that in your room, you could be quite happy with not only the P3ESR, but also the Compact 7's and M30.1's depending on your ability for placement and room treatments.
I have zero experience with the Ushers .sorry!
Good luck in your search.
No_Regrets - the HUG was fascinating - and gave me a bunch of stuff I didn't know about the product. Thanks for the tip-off!
I plan on moving to a larger listening room in a few years - thus the focus on a larger speaker.
I have Reference 3A de Capo i's right now - which are really good in of themselves.
They will be well represented at the Montreal Show next weekend. They will have almost every model there, as I understand it. I will have a close ear on the P3esr, and 30.1. My room is 11 X 12. I was hoping they were using tubes, but apparently Rega and/or the hybrid Pathos. I wanted to hear how they do with 25-30 tubed watts.