@smodtactical Classic Audio Loudspeakers (CARs) are made in Brighton, MI. The models T3 and T1 are three-way speakers employing two bass drivers, a midrange horn and compression driver tweeter.http://classicaudioloudspeakers.com/cgi-bin/index.pl?fs=1&init=1
You can have them field-coil powered, which endows the drivers with the speed to which I referred earlier. The midrange horns employ CAD-optimized throat curves that eliminate common old-school horn artifacts; the drivers are beryllium domes with Kapton surrounds. This means that the first breakup is at about 35KHz and an extra octave of low frequency bandwidth, so very smooth and detailed across their entire range. They are also 16 ohms so whatever amp is driving them will be lower distortion than it will on lower impedance speakers. This also makes them smoother, since the kind of distortion I'm talking about makes amps sound harsher otherwise. So they are full range (down to 20Hz) and very smooth and detailed; they also image quite well. On top of that they are easy to drive; they pretty well tick all the boxes except they aren't small.