Tekton Design's new THE PERFECT SET equals "goosebumps time"


Just got in house for review for hometheaterreview.com Tekton Design’s new, The Perfect SET, which is close to 100dB efficient and never dips below 8 ohms, which Eric built to be used with SET "flea watt" amplifiers. It is a front ported design using a 12 inch woofer and his patented array of small transducers that function as a midrange driver with a single tweeter in the middle. I set them up in a system with a great 2A3 SET amplifier and found them so superlative I did not stop listening for over five hours! Taking about "goosebump time" the music was so beautiful that
I lost track of time.

These speakers have all the virtues of the other Tekton speakers, speed, utter transparency/micro-details, great soundstaging, and that special "aliveness" that I experience when I listen to my Ulf’s. What really amazed me was what the Perfect SET was delivering on the bottom end frequencies, subterrainian/taut powerful bass, that was shaking the room, all coming from at most 2.5 to 3 watts.

If you love SET amplifiers this speaker is a match made in heaven, and remember this pair just arrived and is not totally burnt in yet.

teajay
Teajay: 
You recently gave a glowing review of the NSMT model 50 “Jamaica”. They are similar in size and cost, and both have dual front ports.  Which has better timbral accuracy and balance? Is there one that is less forward sounding? Would you pick both over the Tekton impact Monitor for a small 12x14x8 ft room being driven by an 8 wpc SEP (Coincident Dynamo)? 
@ketchup 

I haven't heard of too many speakers pulling apart at the joints, but there's a guy over on the Double Impact thread who says the joints in his are pulling apart and cracking the paint enough he can see it from across the room. I don't personally characterize that as high build quality. 
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Dear kosst_amojan,

You surly are a persistent propagandist, again giving misinformation and over generalizing about matters that can happen in all speaker brands.  I owned a pair back in the day of 802 B&W's, when they were still completely built in England, that the veneer was peeling off on both speakers.  I have known individuals that own Wilson speakers and the paint started to bubble up and peel. People who loved their Thiel speakers often discovered over time that the front baffles, on certain models, would crack and pull away from the side of the cabinets.

So, I'm sure occasionally, in all brands, unfortunate stuff happens.  Your illogical and distorted conclusion that Tekton speakers cannot be at a high quality is part of your irrational/illogical narrative.

Please, even though you won't, just get off my thread so we can go back to the real propose of this thread to share information about a great new speaker that I know you have not even heard.  
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