Hi FI Shark will give you prices for what they are selling for now.
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Those are high quality speakers that are typically long-lived.
While not the newest designs out there, they sound very good and are not embarrassed by anything near their (used) price.
Their appearance is somewhat old-fashioned but still stylish and well-constructed.
They are incredibly dynamic and would be perfect for somebody setting up a small to medium sized dedicated theater room or a rec-room where the older style appearance can be forgiven.
They would also be perfect for somebody putting together a very good-sounding system on a budget.
All that is intended to say, don't give them away.
It seems $2-3K has been the going rate for 10Ts the past couple of years but since yours are rosewood, you have the boxes, and they are in good condition, and assuming they have no issues with the Novolith head material, you may want to ask north of $3K, with another $1-1.5K or so for the CC5 and another $1K for the SR3s. I suspect, depending on patience to wait for the right buyer and whether you are in an area where it is easy for buyers to pick them up, or whether they have to be shipped, you should be in the $5-6K range for everything (or maybe even a bit more to the right buyer) just my guess.
If anyone is searching and comes across this who is interested in buying the entire package, PM me and let's talk. The speakers and bases are all still boxed up in the original packaging in a room in my house. I have come to the realization with kids that I just don't have a need for such a great package. The set will include:
Pair of 10Ts in Santos Rosewood
one CC5 also in matching Santos Rosewood
Pair of SR3s
Sound anchor stands for the 10Ts and CC5s. (Heavy concrete and metal)
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