Hey Guys, I've slowly built up a hodgepodge home theater over the last three years. I started around a set of ESS AMT4's and then added a Yamaha RX-A1050, JBL Northridge surrounds and center, and a Velodyne CT120. Like I said, a hodgepodge. What I'm looking for now, I'd like to move my ESS AMT4's to be dedicated music listening speakers through a vintage Onkyo receiver I have that I run my turntable through. I've been switching the speaker cables back and forth, and at this point I'd like to just have dedicated home theater speakers. The ESS sound has been great, but I've noticed if I start to raise the volume on movies, the right channel has started to distort. It only happens when I'm watching a movie at near Imax level volume, and I'd prefer not to hurt the speaker. My room is fairly small, a bedroom turned TV/Music room. its about 11'x14'. I have the walls sound treated with Owens corning sound insulation (not completely, but for bass trapping and to remove unwanted resonance). My questions is, what left and right channel speakers should I look for? Or should I look for a L,R,C situation? I'm not afraid of taking time and finding used for older speakers or used, I'm also not afraid of DIY speaker setups that could prove the best outcome. Please remember this is for Movies only, and it would be typically at fairly low volume with occasional very loud listening. If some bookshelves and a center could do it with my sub crossing over the lows, that could work, or I have room to put in some good size towers as well. My budget is around $500-800 which is probably the most restricting portion of this post. I live in Fort Wayne Indiana and there are sadly not many places I can go "test" a bunch of different varieties. Any Help is appreciated!