Nooooo to the Bose. LOL
So much anger here. LOL
I think Tyray is going with the idea if I have already decided I'm buying Tekton (which I had) that Eric might help me better choose a set of speakers that fit my needs.
I am no expert and Eric did design each speaker with a set of specific perimeters in mind. When i choose the Perfect Set 2-10 I did not realize it was specifically built for low power tube amps. I was a little confused by the reading on it as it I have seen it used for both. Also lets be honest I am still new in the Audiophile world and I dont have unlimited cash flow. I do have pretty good Wife acceptance though. She is supportive of my music listening. She is a financial analyst so if I stick to the budget we are good. The Perfect SET 2-10 looked really cool and seemed to fit what I wanted to pair my system with so that is what I went with. Also I was being a little impatient and should have waited until this thread populated more to get a better consensus.
That all being said I have sent an email to Tekton to make sure I didn't miss the boat and maybe the Enzo Xl or the Electron would be the better fit.
@jetter The Electron is exactly a scaled down Double Impact. Tekton did in fact email me back and I will have a discussion tomorrow with them. They seem to have a lot of speakers that overlap in abilities. The Enzo XL, Set 2-10, set 15 , Electron, Pendragon, all seem to fit my needs. I saw a video that showed Eric explaining the 15 really was optimizer for low watt and had the bass dialed in specifically for low watt timing. He spoke about the how each piece was selected specifically for flea watt tube amps. Curious if ths 2-10 is the same or if it was developed differently. Ill report back what I learn.
I know vendors don't always have the bandwidth to be on sites like this but this is one of the times it would be great to have an actual rep from Tekton on and contributing to the conversation thread. I know they should not jump on and trash others items but being here to guide people when its time to purchase their stuff would be helpful. I am a tech guy and lets be honest... I am not a fan or talking to people on the phone. I am much more comfortable online, texting, and behind a keyboard. LOL also most other sites I belong to have vendor specific forums specifically for that. Jump in, ask a question, get an answer make better decisions.
All joking aside yes They are so good I forgot about this post after they arrived LOL. I am not one for good reviews or descriptions but going from Elac Debut B6 to these where a life-altering change. So I have heard about separation, sound stage, holographic projection, and things like that when describing listening to speakers. I never truly understood what that meant. Now I do. I am hearing things I have never heard in albums I've had for 30yrs. It has literally made me go back and pull out CD's and LP's I have not listen to in a while just to hear what they sound like and if I have missed anything. NOW all that being said I did the audiophile thing and found a really really nice original copy of Steely Dan's AJA on vinyl. I am not a Steely Dan fan, I don't listen to Jazz, I don't listen to Classical BUT, that AJA album is F@$KING amazing sounding. I sat one night and let the whole LP wash over me. In some ways its like hearing for the time. I have NO other speakers at this level to compare to but I am VERY VERY happy with my purchase. I have always been a big music listening fan, this setup makes me very happy. I do need to update my DAC though I am hearing some weakness in my Modi 3 at this level. Not going to crazy but thing I may pick up the RME ADI-2 DAC. With no way to listen to things here in OKC I have to rely heavily on youtube, this forum,, and a few other places I read about stuff. I purchased the Tektons and Outlaw both after ready for months about performance, sound, and watching prices. Very very happy