Up for sale is my Dali Megaline III Speakers. For the price there are few, if any cone type speakers that can compete. They built extremely well and at their core they are a “two way design” that is simply amazing. The bottom and low midrange is handled by the 24 7” drivers which is extremely fast, accurate and can create unbelievable impact. Subs are not needed. The ribbons are equally and impressive with fast transient response with clear and crisp response. They ribbons being forward and back firing image incredibly well. Over the past five or so years I have owned most all of the biggie speakers over 50K a pair. The Dali’s make most of them sound silly. Without question they more than “hold their own” at most any price and they are the only cone speakers that I truly enjoy listening to. Being a two way design their sonic cross over characteristic is very smooth and occurs only once, try saying that with the other mega cost speakers with more (different) size drivers with complex crossovers and with more sonic characteristics than one can count on one hand. These came from a high end shop in the Northeast and they were their floor demos. The enclosures and the drivers are in great condition, but I am sad to say the front outboard ribbon trim pieces do have some nicks on three of the six sections. The electronic cross over is sonically perfect but there is a scratch on the red Lexan Dali logo. Please note that these are designed to be bi-amped and therefore they do require 4 channels of amplification. Each amp is required to drive 4 ohm loads and therefore they do like power. I have driven them with Halcro, Audio Research, VTL, Pass Labs and Convergent Audio. If you like solid state with hard driving music I strongly recommend at least 200 watts for channel with the current capability to drive nominal 4 ohm ribbons. If driven with high current capability solid state these speakers will easily create live performance dynamics. If tubes are your preference…sorry to say but you not even get their attention with a 300B SET or other 50 watt or less amps. But if you like classical, jazz and voice 100 watts of good clean tube amplification will work. If you want to “push the dynamics” then 200 or more is required. As for their price, they are the lowest ever I have seen on Audiogon and therefore I am firm. Please do not come back with will you take 10 grand? I am simply looking for a good home for them. Also, I do have all packing material which ends up being 6 boxes for each section and one for the crossover, power supply, hardware and manual. Once boxed, they will be placed on a wooden fork lift skid and then wrapped in plywood. They will require a carrier like Old dominion. If you’re looking for freight quotations please use a wooden skid that is 4 feet by 4 feet by 6 feet tall and weighs slightly over 800 pounds. Please do not ask me for quotations. Also as you notice in the pictures they are sitting on steel dollies. I will include them as it helps to find the best placement. I would not use the dollies on carpet as you will dump the speakers if you move them. On wood or tile they work great. Pay pal please add 3.5%.