Gently used, non-smoking home. I am the original owner and these speakers have been babied. Beautiful cherry - small scratch on top corner of one of the speakers.
Description: Three-way, reflex-loaded, magnetically shielded, floorstanding loudspeaker. Drive-units: 1" (25mm) ferrofluid-cooled, titanium-dome tweeter; 4" (102mm) fiberglass/natural-fiber–cone midrange unit; three 6.5" (165mm) fiberglass/natural-fiber–cone woofers. Crossover frequencies: 500Hz, 2.2kHz (Linkwitz-Reilly topology). Frequency response: 33Hz–20kHz, ±1.5dB on axis; 30Hz–23kHz, ±3dB on axis. LF cutoff: –10dB at 24Hz. Sensitivity: 88dB/2.83V/m. Nominal impedance: 4 ohms. Minimum impedance: 4 ohms. Recommended power: 20–300Wpc. Supplied accessories: floor spikes, molded rubber plugs to block reflex ports, if appropriate.
Dimensions: 43" (1092mm) H by 8.75" (221mm) W by 12.75" (325mm) D. Internal volume: 2.35 cu. ft. (67 liters). Weight: 61 lbs each (28kg). Shipping weight: 71 lbs (32kg) each.
Finishes: Black Ash, Dark Cherry.
Serial Numbers Of Units Reviewed: 1610-701022/26.
Price: $4500/pair. Approximate number of dealers: 300.
Manufacturer: PSB Speakers International, 633 Granite Court, Pickering, Ontario L1W 3K1, Canada.
Review from Stereophile Magazine:
The last two speakers I reviewed, the Sonus Faber Cremona Elipsa (December 2007) and the KEF Reference 207/2 (February 2008), each cost around $20,000/pair. As much as I was impressed by those highfliers, PSB’s Synchrony One reached almost as high for just $4500/pair. Its slightly forward low treble will work better with laid-back amplification and sources, and its warmish midbass region will require that care be taken with room placement and system matching. But when everything is optimally set up, the Synchrony One offers surprisingly deep bass for a relatively small speaker; a neutral, uncolored midrange; smooth, grain-free highs; and superbly stable and accurate stereo imaging. It is also superbly finished and looks beautiful. Highly recommended. And when you consider the price, very highly recommended.