How many NICE looking high end floor standing speaker are there at present


Hi, 
Sometimes when I dream, imagining of replacing my current 1997 Burmester 961 speakers, before maybe COVID19 is sending me to an early grave - I'm practically only stumbling on ugly often even like somehow crippled looking speaker creations.
Test will say, sounding fantastically gorgeous and - looking like 💩. 
This, or par tout looking like some or other children's coffin ⚰. 😥👻

Not for the life of it, can I imagine ever having some such 'creation' invading my daily living space. Ever.

Talking 'bout a BAD WAF situation, I say.

Some makers are trying to improve on this tragic situation with creations looking far too anatomical or something alien👾 fruit thing hanging off a tree... handle an' all. 

Is there no hope out there at all...? 🤔

So can one savely move on forgetting about a replacement, still in this here life, and saving the money 💰 ?

Well, the budget <= max 20k $ lets say, so I won't risk starving before the lockdown will end ever. 😱 

😘 M. 🇿🇦 
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@gsm18439

Yes dear, I can agree with you sentiment. 

It brings back that memory when I listened to my, B 961s and also those early Watt/Puppy's.

Those 961 demo speakers where jet-black piano polished. I had them for a while in my appartment (in Munich) - quite differently set about than what's my 'Auberge' now. 

However, as they where stunning - yet they had the effect of having all the sudden a baby grand piona in the room. Kind of 'jimped' at you. 
I got more relaxed once those where returned and replaced with those I'd bought, the silver (alu) structured laminat ones, shown in my system picture. 
I never really looked back, and as it turns out this far, not even after this thread's lenghty discourse. 😊

It's always nice to learn of a happy owner! 😄
Michélle 🇿🇦 
Tldr;
To answer the original question, none, since Jadis quit making the Eurythmie. 
Why does it matter, at all, what they look like? What they sound like to your tastes is the only thing that should matter. 
@jkf011
Thank you for your plain, straight shooting honesty. 
This is perfectly fine when hiding 'contraptions' like e.g. Eurythmies, either too suggestive of human organs or other unpleasant situations, like say a wake ⚰️ , in a man-cave ⛺. 

Insisting to install such items in a general living area, can bring about frictions, resentment, stomach cramps (not caused by the more usual monthly occurrences) etc. 

Unless training oneself to ignore ones surroundings, which will then also include other folk present.
There is a psychological element at work in ongoinly ignoring unpleasant impressions. I'm surely not saying anything groundbreakingly new. 🙄

I have a suspicion that the most soothing sounds emanating from such items will be insufficient balm to overcome the negtive vibes 😖. 
Food for thought 💭 
M. 🇿🇦