There’s something a bit Star Wars about the design. I got to hear these in Munich, they sound interesting!
I have owned several monitor speakers I literally broke the basket ,you would think
a nice cast basket Wrong, a polymor plastic I rebuilt several Xovers much much better sound , the magnets too nothing to write home about made in Wuhan , their platinum series is their only very respectable speakers from my experiences.
No thanks I stick now only U.S,or Europe for Loudspeakers , Quality does count !
electronics especially Digital China -Taiwan,Hongkong make some very good digital products ,Denafrips,and Holosprings come to mind , so yes there are exceptions to the rule.
Just curious, how many of you bashers of the Tekton speakers, have actually owned a pair? And, what was your associated equipment, Amp, Source, Room acoustics etc. I have owned a pair of Tekton Double Impacts (upgraded version) for almost 3 years now. System not ultra expensive, just under 20k. Of which the bank and I enjoy. Listen mainly to R&R 60' 70'80's. I believe with the right electronics, my speakers sing. Just recently added one of the finest CD transports out there, New Project RS2T. Not the most expensive, but a sound that is to die for. See the long list of people that own them and heard them on the Project RS2T blog on audiogon. I also own a pair of Focal Aria 948's in another system, and like them a lot, but, No desire to replace the Tektons with them. Just my 2cents. Robert TN