I am the original owner of these Audio Physics speakers. They are finished in Premium White Glass and include two grill options – see pictures (I used them without either grill). They are best suited in a clean modern living space. Included are the original spike feet and additionally the separately sold Acoustic Feet.
Type: Three-way, bass-reflex floorstanding loudspeaker
Drivers: One 1.2″ dome tweeter, two 6″ midranges, two 7″ woofers
Frequency response: 31Hz–30kHz
Impedance: 4 ohms
Dimensions: 41.5″ x 6.7″ x 16.2″
Weight: 59 lbs each
Price: $6750 (Original)
USA buyers only. I’m in the Boston area and would prefer to deliver/meet someone within a hour and a half radius of Boston. Original certificate and packaging is included. PayPal is included in price – shipping is not.
For more info see – https://www.audiophysic.com/en/product/classic-30/
From The Absolute Sound review:
“Vocals, a strong suit of every Audio Physic design I’ve encountered were reproduced with the immediacy and focus I’ve come to expect.
While the Classic 30’s general tonal balance is neutral, there’s also a sonic mix of light and dark. On top, there is a cooler lift in the treble and a fractional dip in the presence range that enhances the air and articulation in a vocalist’s delivery. “A little more head tone” were among the notes I made as I listened to Mary Stallings’ vocal during “Sunday Kind of Love.” In that same vein there was just a bit more articulation in the upper octaves than what I’d consider natural in the recorded-live performance of cellist Martin Zeller’s Bach Cello Suite [MA Recordings].
The Classic 30 eloquently speaks to me on many levels, as a product capable of the intimacy, transparency, and coherence of a fine two-way compact, and as a multiway with an uncommon exuberance and range that doesn’t slight the wide dynamics and deep bass challenges of big music, from metal to Mahler. I probably don’t need to add that these attributes are often mutually exclusive in most loudspeakers. Not in the Classic 30, however. In fact, and though it’s too early to tell, Audio Physic may well have a genuine classic on its hands.”