Have you given thought to a pair of NHT Super Twos. I gave up the corporate life some time ago and listen to FM etc in the background now in my GIS Practice Office.
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This suggestion might be a bit far afield, but consider small pro studio nearfield monitors. A set of Event 20/20 unpowered monitors list for est. $400, and I've had very good impressions in recording sessions with them. Mind you, they may not be as pretty as some of the suggestions above...rather utilitartian in design.
Thanks for all of the advice. Unfortunately, I didn't have the time to audition all of the recommendations. I just bought a pair of PSB Image 1Bs. So far, they sound great right out of the box, but it will be a while before I can form a truly meaningful opinion. Robba -- the L-40 is perfect for non-audiophiles. It is a truly elegant, compact design that delivers very musical sound in a non-imposing package.
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