best I’ve ever had (or heard) don’t have any cabinet at all. They’re a new pair of maggie LRS speakers which I’ve had for two months now. I’m driving them with a Schiit Vidar amp (also new). Speakers; $700, amp; $700. IMO a pretty good deal. The maggies take some getting used to they don’t have the volume or the punch that conventional dynamic cone drivers in a wooden box have, but the sq is amazing. After listening to them for a month I re-connected my previous wooden box speakers (ELAC B6) and all I could hear was a box. Also the maggies don’t do deep bass, so they require a good powered sub. And they eat power like I can’t believe. The Vidar amp is a high-current design that puts out 200wpc into 4 ohms and if I crank the volume on the maggies it goes into thermal overload gets hot and shuts down. It’s not a big deal for me because I don’t listen at real high volume anyway. And poor source material (highly compressed CD, mp3, you tube music, etc) sounds really sh!tty. So I may have to permanently re-install my Polk floorstanders (which really rock) as a second zone to listen to that stuff when I’m in the mood. But the sq of the maggies has to be heard to be believed. The speed, detail, and transparency blows box speakers away. And the ribbon tweeters make dynamic tweeters sound like gritty high frequency hash.And they look really cool. Like they could be in a photo featured in a home fashion magazine.