I've owned both the Lores and the Omens. I sold the Omens after six months of trying to like them but never really feeling any magic was there. I kept the Lores for a year and only sold them to move up the line to a pair of Lore-S which are smaller and therefore fit a bit better in my space. Over the years I've owned a variety of speakers up to around $2500, but have enjoyed the Tektons most of all. They're dynamic, easy to drive, unfussy about amplification, and fundamentally musical. If you do end up getting a Tekton speaker, I highly recommend spending the extra money and getting a wood veneer upgrade. Eric does amazing work and everyone who sees my Lore-S in cherrywood comment on how good they look.
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