after some research into the world of used speakers I have found a pair of used kirksaeter silverline 120 for $525, it seems to be a good deal but I havent been able to find much about the speakers (reviews wise) has anyone had any experience with kirksaeter speakers or this model in particular?
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That's not a well known brand, and that sounds like a lot of money for a speaker that sold for $700 initially unless they are still under warranty and in near mint condition.
If you are hoping to save a little money off buying retail, grab these new Kef Q300s from Audiogon. Offer the guy $525 to see if he'll take it (although $550 shipped sounds good). Lots of reviews of those (search the web).
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I recommended the Jamo C607 because it's the best deal in relatively cheap speakers with good bass - Jamo does cheap speakers like nobody else. Also because it's possible to get a great deal on it in the USA. But anyway, YMMV on speakers.
Best to check the impedance of the speakers. Denon receivers are typically rated for 6 ohm and 8 ohm speakers. They can do sometimes do 4 ohm, but not be able to handle hard to driver 4 ohm speakers. So as long as 6 or 8 ohm, should be fine.