Our Verdict 
Big, bold stands with a smooth, safety-first sound. Must be matched carefully to your speakers
Detailed, natural presentation, good soundstage
Can sound uninvolved
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The SL600 are big boys with a huge footprint and sizeable top-plate – little cabinets will look lost up there.

Anything that does fit, though, will find the Atacamas offer fine insight and detail-retrieval, along with a persuasive soundstage.

Their sonic signature is slightly smooth, and there's a slight lack of vigour to the sound – at worst, the SL600s sound uninvolved, rather than painstakingly analytical.

Match the speakers and music carefully, though, and the Atacamas lay the fine details bare while sounding natural and unforced.