I'm after a direction on some stereo speakers for a 12'x16' room. The set-up has a pair of Gale 401a in horizontal orientation with 3 sealed subs that are fed a <80Hz mono signal with crossover done in the digital domain based on filters generated from Audiolense. My basic issue is that in this orientation the Gale 401a are a bit impractical in the room. My criteria, then, is that the speakers work well in near-field (listening distance is about 6'), have good off axis performance as I'm unable / unwilling to treat the first reflection points and aren't too imposing. I've got no preference for stand-mount vs floor-stand or hi-fi vs pro-audio or passive vs active. The budget is circa USD$5k for the pair. Some pro-audio options that I've identified include the JBL LSR708p or Neumann KH310a whilst on the hi-fi side the Revel F208 and Elac Adante AS-/AF-61 ared available locally. All these, with the exception of KH310A, are ported which might make integration to the subs more complex but presumably this will just be catered for during x/o design within Audiolense? And the F208 - which sounded very good in the show room - is quite imposing in my room. Any suggestions as to other options to assess?