Wharfedale Diamond 11.5 or 250

There's no much on the internet about the difference between these two set of speakers, the 11.5 looks like an upgrade of the latter, but they don't say much about them, except for the different tweeter.
I didn't the possibility to listen any of them, do you know if they sound different, and if the price gap between (more than 300€) is justified?
Go for Wharfedale Denton 80th, still remains the classic best bookshelf speakers for the line.
Those benefit HUGELY from cap upgrades, even inexpensive ones like Mundorf MKP caps can transform them.

@erik_squires would you say the same for Wharfedale Diamond 10.7s?

If so, could you elaborate on what’s involved in upgrading or point me in the right direction?
Hi Leemaze:
I'm not sure, but typically Wharferdale puts in really capable tweets and mediocre caps, which is why you can do so much with them.

Replacing the two smallest film caps you find in the crossover is where a lot of improvement can happen. Mundorf MKP's are usually good enough or Clarity CSAs

You may also wish to upgrade the biggest cap, usually in the bass section, and an electrolytic with film. Cheapies like Axon work a treat.
Should also point out that Parts Connexion often runs sales on Wharferdale.

I know i keep posting, I can’t actually think of a brand you can do as much with cap upgrades as Wharferdale!

Focal definitely benefits, but the part quality gap between caps and drivers as well as the affordability of Wharferdale speakers makes them a really phenomenally good target for this. :)