They do. At least I think so You can see them in post #209 in this thread. The story of the cabinet change is that I discovered some scratches on them, and I also became increasingly fed up with the veneer type. I don't recall the exact type but it looked kinda DIY. So I took the plunge and had the drivers transferred to new cabinets. The Copenhagen dealer was very helpful, and managed to sell the old cabinets to a customer who were looking for just that veneer. But it was still quite expensive. Actually, the Austria factory got it wrong, and the new cabinets arrived in satin, so the dealer took them to a competent painting company and had them do the gloss lacquer. They did a fantastic job, actually with a thicker coating of lacquer than you get from the Austria factory. So that means that if you have the veneer you like, you can have them lacquered by a local company, provided you trust their skills.