For your consideration is my pair of Dunlavy Audio Labs SM-1 monitor speakers. I am the second owner. I don't believe these come up for sale very often. I recently acquired these, sound unheard. I ultimately prefer a speaker with a fatter bass response (these are sealed cabinets, start to roll off at 60Hz, by design), thus I will let these go.
These speakers are known for having a very flat frequency response. If you search information on this model, you will see that they're still used for studio applications. The Dunlavy's are time-and-phase coherent, where the impulse from the tweeter and woofers arrive at your ear simultaneously. (I believe Vandersteen is the only major manufacture currently implementing this same philosophy.)
Overall, these speakers are in solid shape when considered in their entirety. The drivers all look good. Foam that surrounds tweeters look good and grills look good. No major dings or dents on the cabinets, but some light scratches here and there. With up-close inspection, there are a few more significant scratches; please see photos. I make every effort to fairly disclose the condition of anything I sell. The previous owner apparently used these on stands with upward facing spikes, so there's a fair amount of scratches on the bottom of both speakers, which will be hidden in any event.
I have the original Dunlavy factory boxes for these, plus the double boxing I received them in. Speakers ship in two separate cartons, 50 lbs each. Upon sale, actual shipping costs will be assessed depending on location - I'd estimate in the $100 range for most folks. Please check my very long-term feedback and thank you for looking!