Moved one year ago, this is always time to change things. After being really happy with the living room (Tannoy, Chartwell or Harbeth LS 3/5a for Jazz) I am starting to think about new men’s den speakers. Well, I chose them already (Tannoy Little Red Monitors for a really good price, although too big and heavy) and then this [censored, censored oh my God] guy stole them from me in FleaBay (he pressed the buy it now button, grr). Now I am disillusioned, frustrated and on the other side happy, as they were too big (we had that). But what now? Patience is not my middle name ... It’s not that I don’t have speakers for the den, as usual there are LS 3/5a. Boring. Need something for a change once in a while (my wife silently suffers, haha). The room is well damped and sounds great. But it’s only 9 sqm ... floor standing I cannot place, they will stand on the super solid and heavy furniture. They shall be from so 1958 to 1975, max. 1000 USD. They shall be able to rock ... decently. They shall be good enough to motivate me to move my butt away from the living room system at times. I will have to import them most likely. They shall be keepers. I have many amps from 1.5 to 160 Watts per channel, that’s not an issue. It would be nice if they run well with 2x12 vintage tube watts. Possible choices (what I think): IMF Super Compact Monitor Crysler Living Audio CE5a II or III (the higher up ones have 12inch bass speakers, again so big) Oval EMI in the nicest enclosure I can find (do they rock?) Celestion Ditton 33 (there is even a local pair) KEF 303.3 MBL 321 (not so old), not cheap Old Goodmans (not cheap, but sometimes hidden in Dynatron boxes) Klein &Hummel Telewatt TL3 (German, hyper rare Pro Monitors, no spare parts) DIY with 8inch Siemens Klangfilm Chassis in Mini Onken or Horn Enclosures What do you guys think? All wrong? Other proposals? Never got warm with AR, Epos, Dynaudios ... Thank you!