I would look at the Omega speaker line using sensitive fostex drivers without crossovers. Probably untouchable at their price points for clarity at low volume listening levels.
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If you are looking for a HT set-up in your bedroom, go with a 2 channel(LR) or 3 channel (LF; C; RF)HT set-up at most. Rear channels in a HT set-up only provide ambient sound and the proper set-up of the rear channels can be a pain, given that the speakers would need to be centered around your bed and done in a way that is visually pleasing (it is a bedroom afterall). You will also want speakers that sound good at low volumes, since you will playing this system mostly at nights.
With this said, I have had great success with the NHT SB2's and the Omega Super 3 (narrow cabinet). These speakers sound somewhat different ... the NHT's are warmer and fuller sounding; the Omegas are fast and lively sounding. Both are very musical sounding and visually stunning ... the NHT's in glossy piano black finish and the Omegas come in your choice of 10 finishes ... I chose Red Parisian laminate. Both sound pleasing even at low volumes.
See my bedroom system for additional comments. I will be posting a review of the Omegas here soon.