Recommend me a bright musical Bookshelf speaker.


I have looked at B&W bookshelves and Sonus Faber Concertino/Concerto speakers.
I rejected all of them: too boomy/bassy .
Which bookshelf speakers would give me the most NATURAL sound.
When piano sounds like a piano and strings sound like actual strings and not like a fishing line strung over a plastic bucket.

Thank you.
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Coincident, Reference 3A DeCapo.
Reference 3a DaCapo or Zu Tone. Both are crossoverless and full-throated.
You might want to try Triangle or Focal.
KEF monitors may work.
Silverline Audio SR-11s have a natural sound. Although I wouldn't consider them bright, they definitely aren't "boomy." For me they work best on stands at least 26 inches high.
When piano sounds like a piano and strings sound like actual strings and not like a fishing line strung over a plastic bucket.

I know exactly what you mean in your description....this hyped sound is what most people actually want and it is hardly surprising that manufacturers make what sells!

Try ATC SCM 19 or 20. These are particularly natural sounding and very convincing on piano. Telarc use the 20's for mastering so these are on the neutral side of neutral.
Thank you for great info and suggestions.
I'd venture to say Selah Audio Tanzanites would fit with your requests.
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