I unfortunately dont have access to those towers, plus since me and my gf are just "staying" at a friends place i think he would have a complete cow if i brought anything like that over. On top of that, we live in an apartment so im sure when i start to turn it up a bit people would start yelling. Our room mate also has this thing with sound thinking that our neighbors will hear anything and everything minus his loud servers. I honestly think he turns the bass off on my sub when im asleep cause its always off when i wake up.
Im a grade A audiophile myself. My dad is a professional sound man by trade, and i ran with him doing live sound and lights for about 8.5 years or so. I still know it inside and out and were also both musicians. I was using 2 towers that he used only during big outdoor gigs so we barely had to move them out of my room. They where basically JBL TR225s converted out of some Sound Bridge cabs. The built in cross over was better than the stock JBL stuff and so was the horn and the cabs themselves. But i mean, 2 15s for subs, 2 15s for mids, and 1" horns in a complete stereo package for your computer sound is almost over kill LOL. It would be a big pain getting them though since they are stored in my parents storage currently.
Right now im using some JBL Creature 2s mixed with my XFi. I won on a forum a 50 dollar Amazon card and used it all to get these speakers. I seriously cant complain because i dont get distortion or anything even when i turn them up. For being small and compact they produce some pretty loud quality sound. Nothing like those towers though.
So this is a REALLY old picture but the only one i have of my old room and those speakers. But you can see what i had though. That receiver i used for a week total because it was cheap junk i got from the pawn shop and was only 50w a channel. Dont ask how it ran those towers, but ill just say it red lined. Also, when i got my new receiver i moved my desk over to the right and away from the wall a bit and pointed the towers towards me proper. I was just getting started in this bizarre stuff so it was quite exciting.