Honestly? Too dark, and too inconsistent from too quick to jump to stain.
Stain is a last resort for me, especially on quality species of wood.
I understand you're trying to deal with a damaged surface, but there's better choices to try first.
STAIN: I try to avoid it at all costs and after I've exhausted all other alternatives.
If the damage is chemical in nature, maybe you made the only choice, but if it's just sun (and looks like moisture may have been at work as well) I always try to save the piece with tinted oils.
Once the area of major trauma is close to matching, then maybe, just maybe, a judicious thin and quick wipe of species appropriate stain to help blend and tie things together.
BUT, this process takes time and most folks want a quick fix (gratification).
Doesn't work that way with restoration work.
Not trying to be an ass, it's just that I learned this the hard way and have to be reminded of it every time I look at certain "projects" around the house. With deep regret.
That's why I approach stain with such prejudice: it cannot be undone.
Very nice speakers; may I ask what you paid for them?