Thanks Gary. Yes, it should say the MA5300. I have 2 choices for rooms to listen in. One room will be very small, under 700 Cubic feet. The ceiling is a drop ceiling of acoustic tiles, carpeted and drywalled. The large room I have is the family room with vaulted ceilings, carpeted and very open floor plan (2300 cubic feet). The latter I feel is unsuitable because it is a family room, "airy", upstairs, wives, grandkids et.al. I do want bass without the need of a sub woofer and that ruled out Heresey (I've owned 2 different pairs in the past). I've also considered the new JBL L100 classic as a candidate, but really have my eyes more on the Cornwall III for the bass response. I should mention that I also have a hearing disability (50% loss of HF with 24/7 Tinnitus from Military Service). So, hearing aids are a must as well otherwise I'm listening to dull muddy sound.
Currently I am running a Marantz 5010 AV Surround receiver driving a 20 year old pair of Polk Rt 2000i in the large room. I have not set up the room for HT and I am more interested in music. he Polk's sound like crap for music.