Looking for a good speaker for my metal shop.


Hey all, first of all thank you all for all of the good reading and insight on this forum.  I am new to the sport and have appreciated being able to research topics I'm unfamiliar with.  

I am looking for a good speaker for my loud and toxic metal shop.  It is a hard environment- flying sparks and very fine magnetic dust in the air.  It's not a typical "listening room", but I spend the majority of most days in there and want it to sound reasonable.  I have recently purchased a Peachtree Nova 300 for my main room in the house, with KEF LS50's and a Sun Fire Super JR sub.  That freed up a Parasound P5/A21 combo for the shop.  Ultimately, the Nova would be perfect for the shop as volumes remain somewhat elevated in there usually, but that is for later...  I keep the hifi  inside in my office and run about 30' of in-wall rated 12g Knu-Conceptz KL3 wire through the attic and have that terminated to banana plugs in the shop.  The shop is a 23' X 20' standard two car garage with 7'10" ceilings or so.  The speakers are blue-tac'd to some wall mount shelves that are on the 23' wall.  Front firing ports or sealed cabinets are the wise choice here.  It is all run via Sonos Connect and I have control over my phone.  Pretty great set up really.  Oddly enough, the situation makes for a huge 16' isosceles triangle with where I stand most of the day at the workbench.

Particulars:  speakers are at or about my standing ear height, mounted close to the wall (call it within 12"), and are about 16' apart due to flanking the garage door.  I have done well with Paradigm speakers in the past but none have been any that are particularly special in their line.  IF cost were no object, I'd probably roll some JBL L100 Classics as they are pretty full range- subs are not really an option in the shop due to limited floor space.  I'm sure I could find some space for a sub, but wiring and proximity to the speakers are not remotely optimal.  Klipsch Heresy would also be a top pic, though the thought of subjecting them to that environment is not the most responsible course of action.  They would NEED to have good covers as they will have molten sparks flying at them and the grill material generally thwarts anything fusing to the cone materials...  I would be worried about any dual-concentric style speakers as particulates may be able to get into the nooks and crannies in the speakers and affect performance, though I do like that format.  I have considered in-ceiling speaker for this, but I enjoy a more traditional two channel set up. Would need to be able to tolerate good volume for hours on end.  Large bookshelf style, or short/fat towers would seem to be best.  Need some bass kick for sure.  Budget is limited as, in my experience, this environment just kills gear over time.  Would consider anything less than $1000, new or used.

Thanks for your advice.  
treblebob
So I take it you are in to heavy metal.
Ads l610’s. They play loud, sound decent, have metal grills and are cheap to replace if they get damaged.
Google Hsu HB-1 MK2 speakers.

Little things that play loud and clear ($160/pair in black).

DeKay
You’re in luck, Synergistic Research just came out with a new set of HFT, the HFT Lathe Kit. Oh wait, their double-blind testing was on a wood lathe. You have metal. Nevermind.
The obvious answer to your question is the Shure SE-535 IEC with iPod. A full 20 dB isolation from the noisy crap shop acoustics and guaranteed to sound beautiful wherever you go in the shop.
treblebob, I use an old pair of Mirage tower speakers in my shop. As long as you keep the grill cloths on they will be fine. Do not bother with any fancy veneers. Just a good utilitarian speaker that can go reasonably loud. Old Advents would be perfect. 
flatbackground- ha!  though I try to be delicate, sometimes it is heavy metal...
Millercarbon / imhifiman- Yeah, I have some Shure 215's I use on occasion.  It is a good option but I can't run it all the time.  Been meaning to upgrade to the 535's for a while now.  Haven't ventured into bluetooth territory as of yet.  That is worthy of exploration.  It may be that is the cheapest and most cost effective way to go.  Just don't like having earbuds in all day sometimes...  Sure makes it easy to deal with the phone tho.  

I'll keep an eye out for the ADS.  

Thanks for all the suggestions.  
Maybe a pair of 10"-12" PA Speakers and a Subwoofer or 2?
MonoPrice Stage Right 12" Passive Pa Speaker $99.99 each plus shipping.They redesigned the front and now its Metal Grill Covered.Or a pair of Behringer 212XL.Get an SVS SB12-NSD for $400.00 or a SVS PB1000 for $500 and you would be under your $1000.00 Budget
As a decent, lower end option, I’d say Polk TSI 200s.  I had a pair of TSI 100s in a 14’x 24’ art studio environment with lots of dust and they were great for that space and very cost effective.
For a shop speaker, go used and inexpensive.
  Tons of large speakers on eBay.
play loud


BIC AMERICA has the RTI line.
loud and not super expensive, probably best bet, I would not put Maggie’s, or a high quality speaker in a tool & dye shop.

 Go large and inexpensive.

 Search BIC America RTI.

loud and if they break , so what.
peavy

i have Cornwall’s in my shop and Dynaco A-25 for lite days. We build an aluminum skiff now and then, no heavy metal....
Don't know BIC.  Older Polk, Infinity and Paradigm all seem in the same ballpark.  The Advent option is new to me.  Thanks all y'all.  
Hello, 

An Idea...

What about exciters?. Boards (few majic sizes) and tough as hell some of them. Easy to replace, or add to. I mean it's not an audiofiler solution but they can be fun, .. hang them? all kinds of options...100.00 go a long ways for sure..

Regards
Oh I forgot, mine were in an open bay, facing out of the shop into a large yard. You know what, it sounded really good, considering. The bass was a BIG ol box and 15", space was not an issue.  All that ran on a 2.1 79.00 class d amp PE special, and a broken 1.00 dollar phone as a server/dac.


Regards