First let me say that Lou is aware of this for sale post.
After much deliberation, I've decided to offer my DA-RMa's for sale.
I recently moved to a new house and unfortunately I just cant seem to get these to sound cohesive in their new space. Basically they're now in an open floorplan area with cathedral (20ft) ceilings and against a glass wall with a fireplace right in the middle (basically about the worst environment possible). For the last 6 weeks I've tried everything; on their stands, directly on the floor, on isolation pads, all sorts of positioning (within the room's limits) swapped cables, etc. And as good as I can get them to sound, I know what they're capable of, and I just can't get them to that level in this new space. I've spoken to Lou and it seems that they're basically mismatched in this 'room' and overwhelmed by the sheer volume of the space, so I'll need to look at something larger or with a front firing ports to help negate the soul sucking wall that they're up against, it looks like a pair of Muse or maybe Argos are in my future.
I bought these speakers in December of 2010 from David Abramson who did a review of them in StereoTimes http://v2.stereotimes.com/post/daedalus-audio-darma-loudspeakers
, these are the exact speakers that he reviewed. They are currently as I bought them save for upgraded woofer trim rings that I bought from Lou a couple of years ago. They are in almost pristine condition with only a few very modest nits and picks from being moved, but I will tell you these are a particularly gorgeous walnut pair. WAF factor is VERY high with these. I have the original matching walnut stands as well and are included with the speakers.
I will post pics this weekend, but in the meantime here is a video I posted recently of the DA-RMa's in action... https://youtu.be/vV8oVbr_sV0SOLD SOLD SOLDMany thanks to Lou for his assistance!Serial #47a Serial #47b