Let's see - ok, I still have an old (~ 1983) pair of Canton Quinto 510 (small three-way design, closed), which serve as the "wide-range" speakers in the computer rig - for gaming purposes there's an additional pair of comparatively new JBL Control 1G Universe for nearfield listening. On the other rig, I have one (of totally four we had built ~ 1987) pair of genuine Gessner Mini prototypes (nice little closed two-way design with a Seas 5" polypropylene bass/midrange plus a custom ITT polycarbonate tweeter - it only needs one capacitor for the crossover, a very good match...) and a pair of JM Lab Opal 607 (also fairly new, two-way bass-reflex design, comparatively large for bookshelf speakers). Nevertheless, I rarely listen to any of those (well, I don't even listen to headphones a lot, because of this *%&$§ forum!
Greetings from Munich!
Manfred / lini
P.S.: Oh, yes, and I have a JBL Control 1 Media (active/powered Control 1G version) in the office, too...