I think, if you were to get the Canton Vento Reference 9.2's you would get essentially the same sound quality as the 3.2 offer - as long as you use a subwoofer to cover the bass. I do think the 3.2's would sound great in your home, but they are over-kill in that you are spending money for capabilities that you will never tap! Also, I did not consider that the 3.2 would visually overwhelm your room (I think they definitely would) \nThe main advantages of a large floorstanding speaker like the 3.2's are deeper bass and ability to play louder. If you use a subwoofer, that gives you better and deeper bass than the 3.2 and in your smaller home, you are not going to push the 9.2's limits.\n@Gryph has 9.2's paired with dual HSU ULS-15mk2 subwoofers so he may be able to help with any questions! I would probably go for good quality dual sealed sub (like the Hsu ULS-15) given the amount of room gain in your narrow room. One issue is the 9.2 is rumored not to be available much longer\nhttps:\/\/forums.audioholics.com\/forums\/threads\/new-bookshelf-speaker-advice.118038\/page-4#post-1392970\n\nFor the rest of your system (since you made it clear that music is where it is really at for you), I would go with simple Vento (not reference) or the Chrono SL models that use the Ceramic tweeter for your center, atmos, and surrounds! These are lovely sounding speakers and compact enough to fit your room well.