The answer will depend on what other equipment you are using or planning to use, what room size you have, and what your goals are.
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1)vandersteen 2ce sign. if room can hold it...laid back, correct tonal and musical accuracy
2)magnapan 1.6...needs lot of power...if room can hold it...accurate mid range...may need sub
3)aerial model 6...mid sized to smaller speaker..needs power...fits most musical spaces..
4)totem staff, modest sized, with lots of width, depth, soundstage, needs power
Based on room size, low-power amplification, and budget, I can chime in with a recommendation for a pair of older Altec Model 19s, though they are quite large themselves. I have never heard Audiokinesis' speakers but I have great respect for the mfr's understanding of what makes speakers sound good, so I think that might be a good avenue to pursue as well.