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Welcome!Don't sell the wife, loudspeakers are easier to replace. Loudspeakers have changed since the Cornwall's heyday. They've gotten smaller, less efficient, tighter bass, and the better ones far less colored. Three trends to be aware of: wave guide loaded tweeters that provide controlled directivity and lessen room impact; active design (low voltage input to sophisticated crossovers that feed one channel of amplification per driver) for superior performance; the use of multiple subwoofers to tame inherent in-room bass peaks/dips.Yes CoVid has ruled out audio meetings/shows, but shops are still open and some vendors will allow for in-home trials. Buchardt is one of them and they sell well respected passive and active loudspeakers. Frankly meeting/shows are best to veto a product, not to make definitive buying decisions.
I don't agree with your first sentence. Best upgrade I ever made was ditching the first wife for a newer model.As for your comment on speakers, I agree.To the OP, a big welcome.
As JLM has posted, there are many great options these days...new and preowned....painted and wood finish...."exotic" and conventional drivers...bookshelves and floor standers.If you can say a few words about your room size, how the system will be set up in the room, the music you listen to, sound preferences and budget, you will get many tips to at least guide you in a direction (and hopefully not be too confusing).
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