Try AV123.com and check out the LS-6 and Ls-9 which easily fall into your budget. I cannot recommend these enough at their price point.
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These speakers are interesting:
An "upgraded" effort. Close to your budget. Soon out for sale.
I am waiting for listener's reports. The drive to Illinois (Jam 'n Audio) is tough to get organized. Maybe one of my conferences will be near the speaker's audition site.
I own a pair of Selah Audio line arrays which maker Rick Craig dubbed "Array of Desire". I drive them with Atma MA-1 monoblocks and the arrays' impedance was designed specifically for my OTLs (a very flat nominal 10 Ohms). The arrays are just under 6 feet tall. They sound fabulous with my Atmas.
See a discussion thread on:
www.audiocircle.com >> manufacturers >> selah audio
FWIW, The bass is phenomenal - I found I've no need for the matching stereo subs and will be selling them to some lucky person...
Like Jb0194, I have a set of Selah Audio arrays. Mine are the exact set that are pictured here:
My crossover has been designed with North Creek coils and Jensen VSF capacitors, so they're not quite the stock offering.
Rick is exceptionally professional and will not push / sell something he doesn't truly believe in. One of the gentlemen in high-end audio. Communication throughout the consulting / design process was beyond my expectations.
It took me almost 1.5 years to make up my mind regarding what speaker I wanted to purchase. Quite frankly, I challenge anyone to do better than the Selah Alexandrite for anywhere near their price. I tried hard, but couldn't....
I am not sure that a line array is your best solution but Infinity IRS V is worth checking out (second hand of course) and Duntech Sovereigns (not a line array but possibly a better match for the amp). Whatever you do you will have significant bass mode issues, as your room is nearly a cube...