PSB Imagine T3 Speaker System Review Specs

Imagine T3: 7 in fiberglass-cone woofer (3), 5.25 in fiberglass-cone midrange, 1 in titanium-dome tweeter; vented enclosure; 11.5 x 47.6 x 15.2 in (WxHxD); 71 lb
Imagine C3: 7 in fiberglass-cone woofer (2), 3.25 in fiberglass-cone midrange, 1 in titanium-dome tweeter; vented enclosure; 24.5 x 9.25 x 13.6 in (WxHxD); 33.5 lb
Imagine S: 5.25 in polypropylene-cone woofer (2), 1 in titanium-dome tweeter (2); sealed enclosure 10.75 x 12.75 x 7.2 in (WxHxD); 16.3 lb
SubSeries 300: 12 in polypropylene-cone woofer; vented enclosure; 300-watt (continuous) Class D; RCA stereo line input, output; multi-way speaker-level input, continuously variable Bass Level, Crossover controls; 15.4 x 20.2 x 17.4 in (WxHxD); 43 lb
Price: $11,855 (Imagine T3, $7,498 pr; Imagine C3, $1,999; Imagine S, $1,359 pr; SubSeries 300, $999)

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PSB Speakers
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HTDUDE57's picture

I have noticed a lot of companies like Def Tech, Golden Ear, and now PSB are releasing ultra high end towers but not matching centers and surrounds. I see Golden Ear recently released a higher end center and PSB has as well, but why do they do that but not offer matching bookshelf or surround speakers? I hear very good things about the Imagine B and Imagine S, but it doesn't seem that they would match the T3 and C3 in basic or atmos surround set up as well as B3 or S3. And if someone is going to step up to the T3 and C3, why wouldn't they want to step up to a B3 and or S3 as well?