Tekton for HT usage


Hey guys!

Love their design - I'm sure they're good for music...but curious about HT and gaming...anybody w/ experience? thx!
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They should be spectacular for this application.

They are very dynamic, have great bass and play loud.

Only issue is the specificity of the image. we tend to use dual concentrics for this reason, Kef or Tannoy.
@ethos4lyfe  They will be excellent. I only have experience with Tekton's newer 7-tweeter array speakers, so this applies to those models. I recommend calling (not emailing) Eric to get his advice on fit for your room and application (I see in another thread that you are considering the Moab).

As for image specificity, I used my 2Ch DIs and 2Ch SEs for HT duty (including 5.1 and above downmixed to 2Ch) and image specificity is not an issue, Whatsoever.
While we're on a similar subject, is the cinema sub good for music?
They are perfect for HT. Go for it.
Audiotroy:

Please share with us the Tekton models that you have listened to personally, and if possible the accompanying components.

Thank you in advance for your valuable input on such.

DeKay
My DI monitors shake the whole room and have spectacular detail so I can only guess that the would be great for HT use.
I recently got a set of Loars, the low volume details are awesome. I’m using a McIntosh C-28 pre amp and a McIntosh mc240 tube amp. I use a separate Bluetooth digital/analogue receiver to transfer music from digital phone to pre amp. Truly impressive. McIntosh tube tuner, and Project turntable. Any music, old jazz, hard rock even classical, are incredibly clear, bass you feel in the floor.
Im thinking of changing out my old Thiels 2.3s and going Tekton. I’ve become a tru fan of Eric Alexander’s work.
Try it..they have to be good for something
Pendragons did good for HT.Currently use Lore References for Fronts and MLores for rear.I do use a pair of SVS PC2000 Cylinder Subs with them as I also did with the Pendragons.so go for it