I used to own a pair of KLH 6V (vinyl version of the model 6 from a time when using vinyl woodgrain was very much the exception rather than the rule). They were IMHO a stand-out product representing very good sound for the money! I forget what I paid, but the vinyl version was not very expensive. I actually believe that they they discounted it more than the savings from vinyl alone so as to better penetrate the budget market!\nIn any case, I have a soft spot for KLH, and am interested in finding out more about this new model 5 speaker ($1000 ea).\nFor those not familiar, Henry Kloss was one of the main designers for Acoustic Research back in their early glory days, he then became the founder of (and the K in) KLH, and from their was the main designer for Advent loudspeakers; so he has a bit of street cred for speaker design. Of course, he is long dead and not involved in the design of these new speakers. However, I can imagine someone over 15 years younger than I saying KLH is a crap audio company, and wanted to clarify that they were once a quality speaker maker, but at some point someone decided to cash in on the name and started marketing cheap crap, milking the KLH moniker. I don't know if KLH has changed hands since then, but the "crap KLH" only sold cheap stuff to my knowledge so I am hopeful this might be an actual revival of KLH!\n\nhttps:\/\/klhaudio.com\/model-five-pair?gclid=CjwKCAjwpKCDBhBPEiwAFgBzj3LiTwctrsmK1bjsDOFoBrdBH3ZTDflPUD_TAUccw1cgtdD_PFUnDBoCBz4QAvD_BwE\n\nYes, I have seen Andrew Robinson's very enthusiastic review of this speaker, but I have learned that despite his depth of experience I cannot trust his opinion - I was sorely disappointed with the Klipsch Heresy IV that he declared the best speaker in it's $3000\/pr price range (I would rank it in the $500\/pr. range)! I should have known better about subjective reviews, but at the same time @zieglj01 is subjective with his comments and he has never let me down!