My Audio Notes have just been re-foamed and I'm finding them tiresome. They are just too bright - too much mid to high frequency stuff. I've even turned them upside-down and stuck cloth over the tweeters and while that does tame them quite a bit there's still an overall emphasis on the midrange. The woofer foam had holes in, and I thought re-foaming might cure them, but it's actually made matters worse. I have tried a pair of homemade Saburos, single-driver horns based on the Fostex FE126. These have a beautifully natural and detailed low to mid range but the Fostex units have nasty peaks in the upper treble which I can't live with. They'll be going on ebay soon. So what should I get to replace them? I use a small JLH Class A amplifier so I don't need anything that's difficult to drive. But I don't want sensitivity for its own sake. I want a speaker primarily for its sonic benefits - natural sound on classical & vocals, lots of accurate detail, and an uncoloured response with smooth treble. Could do with a little more bass than the Audio Notes. I've thought about the B&W 684. The price is right for me, at GBP 700 new, but is it in the right league?