Starter SACD setup, ideal speakers ?


Im putting together a starter SACD system with the Musical Fidelity A3 cr amp /pre-amp and the new entry level Sony QS SACD player. Whats would be be my best choice as loudspeakers for a small room (4 x 6 meters) ? Im dreaming of either a B&W nautilusn 805 or 804. Need recommendations for something that can maxime the full potential of SACD with emptying my bank account ? Budget is around < US 4,000.
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It would be more correct to choose speakers first.
Alon II/V
STAY AWAY FROM THE B&W'S IN THIS PARTICULAR SETUP....YOUR OVERALL BALANCE WILL END UP TOO POLITE AND RESERVED. SOMETHING MORE DYNAMIC, MORE UPFRONT WOULD BE MORE IDEAL....LIKE CABBASSE, DUNLAVY, TOTEM, JM LABS, AUDIO PHYSIC, ACOUSTIC ENERGY...ETC. I THINK B&W IS A PARTICULARLY BAD CHOICE IN A LITTLE ROOM, DUE TO THE TWEETERS VERY WIDE DISPERSION= LOTS OF REFLECTIONS OFF SIDE WALLS.
Listen to Thiel 2.3 and KEF Reference-II.
I replaced my Genesis Vs ($15K) with a pair of Reference 3A MM De Capos (could be here today). Not sure I will need a sub yet. I heard the De Capos at two hi-fi shows (worst place to evaluate) and they sounded great. $2500, plus stands. You can link to their website from mine-www.audiotweakers.com
Nedlabs is correct. I just got the B&W 805's and they do have a lot of reflections off my side walls. I have a 12x20 room. They are a bit "polite", but that suits me well for the somewhat lower listening volume necessary in my NYC apartment. They also offer home theater listeners an excellent qaulity center channel speaker, and many good rear surround options. The Audio Phisic Tempo is a great suggestion. The B&W also suits my decor very well. I could not ignore size and style in my case. They are a satisfying compromise.