I have a pair of Paradigm Reference Studio 100 v2 floor standing speakers in rosewood for sale. These are some of the best sounding speakers you'll ever hear, with a full-range open sound that will easily fill a good sized room with a decent amplifier. They go down to 25Hz, so there is little need for a subwoofer, especially for music.
Three-way, four-driver, floorstanding, reflex-loaded loudspeaker.
Drive-units: 1" aluminum-dome tweeter, 6.5" mica-polymer-dome midrange, two 8.5" filled polypropylene-cone woofers.
Crossover frequencies (slopes): 250Hz (second-order), 2kHz (third-order).
Frequency response: 39Hz-22kHz, ±2dB on-axis; 39Hz-20kHz, ±2dB, 30 degrees off-axis.
Low-frequency extension (DIN): 25Hz.
Sensitivity: 88dB/2.83V/m anechoic, 91dB in-room.
Impedance: 8 ohms compatible.
Recommended amplifier power: 15-350W.
Maximum input power: 210W (typical program source, clipping no more than 10% of the time).
Weight: 120 lbs (each !!!) These are heavy - that's why they sound so good. Acoustically they are in perfect shape, cosmetically they have scratches on the sides from a previous move, and the grills' frames got broken and then I glued them back together - see the picture, they still look fine, but they've seen better days. Also, the paradigm logo sticker is missing on the right speaker.
Asking for $800. They sold for $2300 when they were new.
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