Well, I hope for the best. The only caveat I'd throw out is the possible need for a DSP of some sort, as these guys can tear your face off given the right source. I wouldn't know what to call it, but they can project like...well, nothing I've heard. Its not shrill like Klipschs tend to be...just the ability to REALLY put out mids and highs when the source might have been recorded expecting less clarity. I prefer fairly forward speakers, but still have to adjust things. But only when the actual SOURCE is forward. Some recordings are perfect, and have been very good through other speakers, but some are a little over the top. You'll see what I mean.