Selling my main speaker gear- Tweaked Gedlee Abbey (the speaker box got additional internal bracing/insulation) and crossover in an external box. I paid over a grand to make the speaker boxes more stiff and cross-overs in separate box with hardwired speaker cable- you can change that. I have 3 identical speakers and one of the ext. crossover is modified for center channel.
Price is for the pair and I can sell you single center channel if required. This can be a DIYer's delight since you can refinish them and also tweak crossover component or cables to your liking. I would rate 6/10 from finish perspective and you can get it to 9/10 or 10/10 if you spend time with auto rubbing/polishing compound. (Bottom of speakers and crossover boxes have scratches and you can fix them up if you want. I did not care about it since crossover box was not that visible anyways.)
These speakers have been eye opening (or should I say ear opening?) around Earl Geddes's speaker/audio principles on constant directivity and use of waveguides.
Edit- Since I recently changed apartments, my set-up is dismantled and speakers are in storage now. You can see them onsite in San Diego.
So to your next question why am I selling them- I usually dabble with multiple gear-in this case I have moved up up to the Summa line and have to sell Abbeys to fund upgrades. If I had additional room like before, I would have kept them.
Google for reviews- you will find plenty.
These speakers will ship by freight. Paypal + 3.1%.
The Abbey has a 12" High Performance 12TBX100 B&C woofer and a 12" waveguide and the same 1" compression driver as the Summa (DE250 B&C). The retail for assembled with piano black finish was $6K+shipping. Drivers: B&C 12TBX100 & DE250-8
Sensitivity: 95 dB / 2.83 volt / 1 m (0 dB on the curves below)
Impedance: 8 Ohms above 100 Hz