Legacy Signature III
Various JBLs (studio monitors)
Legacy Studio Center Channel
VMPS QSO 626
JAMO Surround 300 Dipoles
JAMO Surround 200s
Atlantic 270 system
Energy Take 5
EarthQuake SuperNova MKIV 15" SUB
VMPS LARGER SUB
HSU VTF2 SUB
Jamo 410PDD 5.1 system
And I sell all of them (as well as others) and actually all of them are for sale. I guess I should put some of them in the Hardware section my condo is not that big.
I remember Charles Rodriguez(the cartoonist for Stereo Review) had a cartoon in which a salesman said "...in fact, I have a pair of these at home" to 3 or 4 different people while trying to sell 3 or 4 different loudspeakers. Then the next cartoon in that series showed the salesman at home watching TV and he did have 4 different speaker pairs at home but they were all boxed up and stored.
My music system uses Energy Veritas V2.8 My home theatre is a mixture with Energy Veritas V1.8 for front main, Axiom VP150Se for centre, Mission M71 for front effects, Mission 770 Freedom for rear effects. I'll be adding a subwoofer or two this week (haven't decided on which ones yet) and another Axiom VP150Se for the centre rear speaker. The musical instrument room uses Dynaco A25 for monitors for the multitrack. The PC uses Kenny speakers with a Triad subwoofer.
I currently sell Axiom, Dahlquist, Energy, Paradigm and Totem loudspeakers.
I own older POLK AUDIO (RTA-11T) ....When POLKS were "still good", before they screwed up their line of affordable but good speakers. Now they are just another CC speaker vendor....
Wanted the B+W 801s but just couldnt afford them even at a discounted price. The older polks had the best combination of smoothness, imaging, clarity and fairly deep bass without a sub. I had almost bought some infinity speakers (some older KAPPA ones....very high and thin with see through drivers)they were great also, but were very inefficient.
I've also sold in the past. We carried the following lines: Polk, Paradigm, Klipsch, M&K, MB Quart, Carver AL-III, Dahlquist, Definitive Technology, and they dropped B&W just before I started (I sold the last pair).
I sold audio in the past as well. My Choice?
Klipsch (Heritage series in particular) - and our store didn't even sell them! I spent too much time buying speakers at cost from work, and being dissatisfied. I still got a deal though, since mine are used - on average I paid 40% of new for my speakers.
I first heard Klipsch almost 20 years ago and my addiction for them hasn't waned. Same as it ever was