You know you've always wanted to try these out for yourself. Here's your chance !
To many ears, these sound even better than the Totem Arros. A standmounter with the presence of a floorstander.
At 40W this is one of the most easy Totem speaker to drive, much easier than the Dreamcatcher (60W) and more efficient than the Totem Arro.
I've used them successfully both in a small room (10*12feet) and large rooms (17 * 40). The Bass will touch your heart. Not dry, not too thumpy, just right !
From the Totem WebSite:
The Totem Rainmaker possesses a startling adeptness at delineating and resurrecting detail and structure in music. The Rainmaker’s flexible surround applications give it the power to be the cornerstone of your musical and AV experience. With the ability to perform well in various musical and A/V environments, the Rainmaker brings absolute music to the ears.
Moderately priced, the Totem Rainmaker
is built with the same impeccable cabinetry as higher-priced models. Elegant, slim and classic, the Rainmaker combines quality craftsmanship with affordability. Totem's exclusive crossover system and wiring are carefully selected and matched to project pure, fresh and honest musicality.
WhatHiFi gives it a 5 star rating
, even at the same price point as the PMC DB1i, which is almost twice it's price in the US. It says "these speakers are captivating. We love them" and I must agree. I'm really sad to see these go. (WhatHiFi's ratings are based upon value for money).
I don't have the original boxes, but I'll have Fedex/UPS pack them professionally, and insure them.
It's a solid 8/10 (see audiogon scale): a few minor scuffs/marks show up if you look closely from 6 inches away. From a foot away, you don't see anything.
I'll pay the paypal fees, you pay shipping.
Will consider reasonable offers, but let's keep it simple.