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    Another French line, maybe not really "vintage", guess that depends on what or how far back one wants to go, but look for Rehdeko. They are kind of a speaker one will love or hate, not much in between. Currently a German company, Tocaro, has a speaker line roughly based on the Rehdeko, maybe more of the look than anything else. I have been wanting to listen to the Tocaro, but here in the US, they are rare, even though they are distributed here, not many dealers though. FWIW
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    Thanks for the heads up.
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    Just recently discovered there is a dealer about an hour away who has a good stock of modern French speakers.
    I found out about it whilst browsing the JMR website and reading about the Euterpe Supreme. I contacted the dealers with my requirements without mentioning what speaker I was after, and he has recommended the Euterpe.

    I may have to go for a listen, although there are a couple of pairs of Offrandes for sale. The signature pair are a tad expensive, but look very nice and I am yet to hear a bad word spoken about them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CageyH View Post
    I may have to go for a listen, although there are a couple of pairs of Offrandes for sale. The signature pair are a tad expensive, but look very nice and I am yet to hear a bad word spoken about them.
    These sound wonderful!

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    Yep, but they are expensive!
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    Quote Originally Posted by CageyH View Post
    Yep, but they are expensive!
    Go and have a listen. You'll see why.

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    I am sure I will. Tempted by a set of V2 at just under €4k but the wife would kill me.....
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