Best used speakers under $10000

Here is the type of sound I like:

1. A tad bit warm while still having a lot of punch (nothing muddled about it)
2. Vocals (Diana Krall, John Mayer etc) have a level of cleanliness to it
3. Guitar (Gipsy kings, Jesse cook) sound airy without being lean
4. Speakers can fill a medium to large room (16’x16’x9’) even at modest volume and sitting on my sofa (9 ft away from speakers), I feel engulfed by the sound. Key is even at moderate volume.
5. It may be related to my first point above; forgiving of average source (eg high quality Spotify streaming, which isn’t that high quality after all )

Based on reading a lot of threads on Audiogon I have selected the following
1. Dynaudio Contour 60 - I haven’t listened to Contour 60 but 8 years ago had one of the best listening sessions on C1
2. Focal Sopra 2
3. Vandersteen Quattro Wood CT - though their size won’t pass WAF
4. PMC Twenty5.26
5. ATC SCM40
6. Proac Response D48R
7. Wilson Audio Sabrina
8. KEF Reference 3

From a WAF I want to keep height < 45” and width < 12”.

While outside my budget, I am wondering if I also include Joseph Audio Pearl3 (though very rarely available) and Vandersteen Carbon 5A (size is too large). 

I am currently in an assignment in Sydney and back in NY in Nov. So will be able to audition many of these then. Meanwhile I wanted to get opinions here.
Marrduk we have the Kef Ref 3 whlch are clean and dynamic we dont know if they will be warm enough for you but they are great loudspeakers.

The ATC are wonderful again very natural, very dynamic and very musical we sell the ATC as well.

The Legacy Calibre are  nearly full range monitors which are exactly what you are looking for they are warm, punchy and musical yet with good detail

We have samples from all 3 of these amazing lines.

Our offices are in Jersey City NJ we would love to have you over for a visit.

Dave and Troy
Audiodoctor NJ
Dude new Altec 604s, the standard of the recording industry in the past (50s thru 80s) and moreso again today, are from great plains audio, $1075 each including crossover. No enclosure.

If you ever heard them you will never go back. They output exactly what you input. its why all top flight sound stages, TV stations, recording studios  use them.  Sounds LIke the aritsts are in the room. Requier 50 to 100 watts, no more.

Great Plains audio.

That is dirt cheap.
You may want to list your amp and preamp as one of the members may know what goes well with your equipment.
For integrated, I am considering either Hegel H300 or H360. I going to buy one of these used.