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Linkwitz Orions... about as close to the real performance as your source will allow. IME, this is true across a wide range of musical styles, but whether it's piano, string quartets, voice, huge orchestra and chorus, the Orions do classical extremely well.If you want pipe organ at realistic levels, you might eventually add Thor subwoofers, but many (like me) are happy with the bass capability of the standard Orions.http://www.linkwitzlab.com/index.htmlGood luck with your quest,Peter
You really need big speakers, with a lot of drivers, to do justice to classical music, IMO. The big VMPS speakers are spectacular with classical. Other's to consider are line arrays (such as from Selah Audio). Where in most music you need something capable of reproducing four or five people, in classical you have to reproduce dozens of people playing a variety of instruments. Scale, tone, subtle dynamic gradations, all are very important, and no small speaker will every get you all the way there.
You really need big speakers
I have not heard those Maggies but I would think any panel speakers are going to need some good old woofer help in the first octave.
The difference between classical and Jazz is in most cases the actual number of instruments playing at one time.
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