Edited by cristian61 - 12/18/14 at 2:51am
It is called "Atlanta ES 210". I found the name form some Polish auction site but there is no info on the brand or manufacturer over the web except perhaps it could be a Denmark company. I don't think that's a good sign.
That's exactly what I was thinking.
Very few other companies did that shark-fin tweeter cover.
I wouldn't pay much more than $40-50 for those speakers though. If vintage Jamo are anything to go by, they sound good, but not great.
Thank you for your replay and answers. He ask for 130 euro.
But I don't think I will buy it, thanks to you.
The system Onkyo Integra I buy it from him for about 400 euro and is in very good shape , looks and sound like new.
.....and that;'s way hi propose to me a that speakers.
so , the next steps are :
1. buy some speakers that mach the system
2. buy a good turntable
maybe the moderator should change the name of the thread " turntable and speakers recommendation"
thank you for support.
If you have an Onkyo amp (as do I... well at least one of them is... and I have had quite a few before.)
I would suggest Auditioning anything from the Kef Q Series, I run Q5 mains on my Onkyo system at the moment and am very happy.
You may be able to pick up some Q3'S for the price of the other speakers.
I have always found that all the Kef Q series speakers I have tried have worked very well with all the Onkyo stuff I have had. Though YMMV as they say.
The older Kef Q35 speakers often go for silly low prices here in the UK and to my ears are a fantastic speaker if you have the room for a floor stander. Also from my experience Kef build quality is excellent and having owned numerous Kef speakers I have (Touch wood) never had a single issue with any of them.