Am trying to downsize, and selling my Diva's is a big step in that direction. These are wonderful speakers that I've enjoyed for about 3 years. Yes, if you run a test tone at the right frequency and high enough volume, you can make them buzz. The majority of stock Apogees will do that, and they were like that when I got them. I have never heard it on program material. The asking price reflects the fact that they can be made to buzz if you work at it. Cosmetically they are very good - better than a 6 but I don't want any disappointments. The listed price includes both the stock and a set of very high quality custom crossovers that I built. If you just want the stock crossovers, take $800 off the listed price, but I would highly recommend getting the new crossovers unless you plan to bi-amp - they are a big improvement, and the binding posts and symposium shelves/rollerblocks they are sitting on cost well over $800. That doesn't include the Clarity and Mundorf caps, Goertz foil inductors, Dueland resistors or the multiple feet of Stereovox Firebird that ties things together. I was considering getting the speakers restored at True Sound Works, but then I would just have more money into a speaker that is still way too big for my upcoming change in living situation. Buy them as is and enjoy them as I have, or have me ship them to True Sound Works and end up with super-speakers for about $10K. I have shipping crates, but would really prefer pick up or meeting someone within 500 miles of Minneapolis MN. Am happy to discuss with interested parties. Thanks for looking.
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