My speakers are an expensive addition to the decor and a little care goes a long way.
Excellent article on veneer care. Wax your wood, don?t oil it.
I found home a home made bees wax polish worked best on my eucalyptus cabinets. A good carnuba paste wax or bees was should be fine. Test a small area and see if it is a look you like.
The wax brings depth to the wood grain. You can polish to a soft luster or wax repeatedly to bring the veneer to a shiny glass like, lacquered look (if you like that look).
This assumes you have the intelligence and self confidence to use something as challenging as ?wax? and your not going to do something stupid like wax a cone or the electronics etc.
No posting would be complete if I left out a sworn testimonial that waxing the cabinet has improved the bass, sound stage, and imaging to a level I never believed possible. I am thinknig of marketing "Audio Wax" in two flavors. One for tube systems and one for solid state. Contact me for prices. Haw haw haw.