Well... I guess I got bit by the white van speaker scam 30 years after the fact. For those of you who don't know what this is, it's basically where guys dressed as audio installers show up in a parking lot in a white van with very nice looking A/V equipment that just happens to be "surplus" that they have to get rid of for pennies on the dollar. They even often have fancy brochures and catalogs for the products. Many nowaday's even have nice websites. Generally they're cheap equipment made to look very nice, so they can rip people off. I bought a pair of these at the local goodwill after seeing an asking price of $300 for the pair on eBay. I realized, sure that's an asking price, but they're at least good speakers! Whoopee! $15 later and I had them in the car. Dynamic Audio sounds like such a big name, but in reality it's just a rip off on dynaudio. I ignored the fact that they have just cone tweeters even though they claim 43-25k Hz response... Doh! Anyways... They were cheap, they're in good shape, and they look great. Now how do they sound... Pretty good honestly. I like cone tweeters, since I've gotten used to antique radios and their dull warm sound. These puppies are honestly absurdly efficient. They claim 98 dB which sounds absurd for stereo speakers, but with my 22 watt per channel Sansui reciever, they're ready to peel paint at 2 on the volume knob. The adjustable high range control works, the woofer's don't need new foam, and they look the part. I'll probably either keep them for my apartment im moving into in the fall, or try to trade them for some bookshelf speakers. Anyone have an experience with a scam like this?