Celestion SL600 pair with facility to be biwired.
Nextel is a bit grubby however no damage on cabinets which are sometimes bumped or wholed. All drivers work perfectly and are in perfect condition. Two little badges each side of tweeters missing, little magnets on cabinets still there though but hard to find replacements.
Hard pushed to find better stand mounters for £400 than these, midrange is uncoloured but not as stark as monitors, highs are crystal clear, dynamics wide and great transparency. I'd describe these as the Koetsu of speakers. £800 new back in 1989, I bought a pair back then, cost a fortune nowadays i'd imagine with the aerolam cabinets the speakers really do disappear. Decent bottom end for stand mounts. Will easily see off some very expensive speakers of today, if you've never heard them, you'd be shocked.
If collection, free pair of silver Atacama stands, weeks old. No original boxes, will pack well. Included are jumpers at rear, binding posts are inside cabinet so bit tricky to single wire, these make it easier.
Located Ayrshire, £400 plus postage. Advertised on Ebay, where Sl600's are trending at £550 per pair. Always popular, how many speakers nowadays will likely appreciate in value like these.
Thanks for the link Mark - a great read
Agree 100% about capturing the 'feeling' of a scene / moment. I'm fining that as I learn and focus on technical competence / classical techniques, it's easy to lose sight of the emotional side of making images. Some of the comments at your link are spot on.
Here's one from a stop on the way to work week. It's a new location that I've found. Not the best, but I look forward to seeing how it shapes up as we get more interesting weather over Autumn / Winter. I also look forward to having more time to explore and find a better composition. Believe it or not, the session was brought to an end by a man who decided to go skinny dipping in the lake!! At first I thought it was a very big, ugly swan (until I looked closer!)
Brogborough Lake by Amar Sood, on Flickr