I am reluctantly selling my walnut-finished Revel M106 monitors.. As you see from the photos, I do not need 2 pair of speakers. I've owned these monitors for almost 3 years and have debated for the last year as to whether or not to sell them. I finally decided to simplify and to keep my full-range speakers which do NOT sound better, they simply have more low bass. The Revels have received excellent reviews in all of the major audio publications and I encourage anyone interested to research them before buying. The condition of these is excellent except for something I noticed yesterday when packing them. Using my (unforgiving) LED flashlight in my phone to do a final close-up examination of the cabinets, I noticed a slight, penny-sized discoloration in the walnut veneer on the rear edge of the top of one speaker cabinet. Closer examination shows that this is beneath the factory clear-coat finish and that the clear finish above it is undisturbed. I absolutely have never noticed this in the years that I've owned this speaker. Obviously, since it's clear-coated over, this is a factory defect and nothing that I did. I defy anyone to find this by any other method than that described above. I always considered the speakers to be in mint condition and indeed, that is how they appear. The only other anomalies are 2 faint marks, one on each cabinet, where the grilles magnetically attach to the cabinet faces. None of this stuff shows when the speakers are seen in a typical setup. The grilles are blemish-free and I installed the (factory) foam plugs in the speaker ports for shipping. These are used for tuning the bass response. I have the manuals and the original shipping containers but will double-box them to be safe. Note - there will be TWO packages @ 25 lbs each.
Lastly, as an enticement toward local pickup, I will include the sand-filled stands at no extra charge. No deal if I have to ship. I live in southern NJ but convenient to the Philadelphia, Wilmington (DE), Baltimore, and Annapolis areas. I could easily meet some one half-way or closer to these areas. I apologize for the pictures - they are full of reflections from a window behind my equipment. The finish is very shiny and hard to photograph.
Feel free to ask questions. I will answer all of them promptly. Thanks for looking!