LS50 and Classical

Hey everyone. I purchased a pair of LS50's (the originals, not the Meta's) about a year ago and my impressions are somewhat mixed. On rock, pop, jazz, blues and hip-hop they generally sound great. But 80% of my listening is classical and I find them somewhat 2-dimensional with the vast majority of my classical collection.

I don't have the space for floor-standers but I'm wondering if anyone has a recommendation for a bookshelf / monitor speaker that will give me more of the 3-dimensionality that I'm looking for. My budget would be up to $3000.

Other equipment:
Schiit Freya S Preamp (running balanced to power amp)
PS Audio Stellar S300 power amp
Denafrips Ares II driven by Volumio
Pro-Ject Debut Carbon with Ortofon 2M Blue
Yes you need a sub with ls50s to get the whole deal classical or otherwise. Also the newer metas have greatly improved dispersion and do soundstage depth very well. Upgraded to those recently. An upgrade +sub would fit in your price range. I use a Klipsch sw308 sub with mine. KEF is just rolling out a new very compact 1000 watt sub that goes to 20hz and should go well with ls50s for $1500.
If you don’t have room for a sub, I’d suggest Harbeth p3ers or try the Totem bookshelves. There are so many good bookshelves now a days, you’ll get a lot of advice. Those are two brands I have owned and loved, although they sound nothing alike, I could live with either again. Both in your price range. 
Kenjit is wrong.  I was listening to the 2nd movement of Beethoven's 7th this evening thinking the LS50s sounded very good.  Source was Roon via Ethernet to ultraRendu, Ayre QB-9 DSD DAC, and Ayre A7e integrated.  I have a pair of Velodyne HGS-10s I plan to try with that setup.  A pair of HGS-15 supplements my KEF Reference 1s very nicely.
K quit being an orifice.. Not like you.. :-)

Yes they do sound nice.. I second that. A nice bass set up.. Very nice..

The right speaker in the right size room with a good near field set up..

Doesn't get much better..

No one has yet asked how big your room is, where the speakers are situated within the room, and where you sit to listen.  All of these are fundamental to achieving a good illusion of depth.  After that, we move on to room treatment.  There are many threads on both these topics.

If you want an excellent smallish speaker with great balance and great bass extension for its size, look no further than any of Fritz's models.  Talk with him about which model to choose.  Again many threads: just search Fritz.