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Old 02-26-2013, 07:32 PM   #41
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Though the OP mentioned bookshelves the Tekton M Lores at only 34" high for 9" wide (no mention of weight though) would probably be a very stable speaker by its design that I venture it would be even more stable than bookshelves on a stand (those fall so easily) and seems like a heck of a lot of speaker for the price (with 30 day).
THAT my friend is THE SPEAKER that I would ultimately recommend if he doesn't mind a floorstander !!!!!!
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Yeah I have been keeping an eye on compact floorstanding speakers. If they are light enough the WAF will be fine.

I will look at the Tektons. That might work out. So maybe I will raise my buget. I was looking at the M Lore reviews to see if they included the weight but I have not found a thing. But reading the reviews made me excited. So I will also have to buy some grills for it too. That will up the price.

I am afraid to go with some of the Klipsch stuff cause I had the Synergy B3's and found them too bright.
The Synergy stuff is to bright for my taste, besides, I'm an old Heritage man myself (and with my crites modifications - they actually sound quite "warm").

To me - for what you want - the M-Lores are the best bet around. The fact that you need to fill multiple spaces limits your choices. And there's no such thing as a light - high spl speaker (at least I haven't found one yet ). If your child is over 3 feet or so - everything should be ok. It's a tall order at your price point (pun not intended). Now if you had $7k large - I'd direct you to the JA Pulsars!!!!

p.s. It's rare that I recommend a particular speaker over another - I prefer that the person demo speakers - but if they have a particular need - I don't mind throwing a few names out
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Old 02-26-2013, 08:09 PM   #43
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THAT my friend is THE SPEAKER that I would ultimately recommend if he doesn't mind a floorstander !!!!!!
It does sound like quite the speaker and all the reviews are so positive it's nuts. So it doesn't have the finish of an Aperion but the pair is closely priced to 1 Forte Tower
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Old 02-26-2013, 08:39 PM   #44
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Im gonna talk to the wife tonight. See if I can swing it.
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Wife said ok so i pulled the trigger. More to come!
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Wife said ok so i pulled the trigger. More to come!
You pulled the trigger on which speakers?
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Old 02-27-2013, 03:40 AM   #47
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http://www.tektondesign.com/lore-m.html
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Wife said ok so i pulled the trigger. More to come!
Huh do you need grills?

you have to pay extra for the grills did you know?

I would not care about grills since my speakers don't have grills, they are also optional.
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Tekton makes very good speakers and their prices are reasonable.
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I went with Tekton M Lore. I will be ordering grills with them. I need at least some kind of barrier between the kids. I went with them for a few reasons:

I have been pretty happy with many of the bookshelf speakers that I have heard. They sound good. In the back of my mind I was hoping that I would hear something that would make an large impact. I was worried about getting floorstanding speakers due to safety reasons. This was partially becuase the speakers that I have are 44 inches tall and weigh about 60 lbs each. These speakers are smaller and will weigh less.

I wanted speakers that would work for movies but also for music. I have been concerned that, while I have a sub in the living room with my speakers, I have a lot of room to fill. The living room runs into the dining room runs into the kitchen runs into the entry way runs into... On all sides. I wanted something that would run in direct mode (ie no subwoofer, I have noticed that there seems to be more clarity in this mode compared to others such as "Stereo") and still have plenty of presence.

I am really intrigued by the higher sensitivity of the M Lore. The idea of this speaker being really dynamic and easy to drive is really cool. As prerich had pointed out that they would be able to fill the space better then a lot of speakers and almost all at this price point.

Reading all of the rave reviews of this speaker really helped. Hearing how it is very musical. Seemed to fit the bill.

They have a 30 day return policy so if it doe not turn out how I hoped at least there is that. But I really doubt that will be the case. I have been in contact with Eric Alexander and hopefully I should be getting an ETA sometime soon.

I will keep everyone posted on the order process and delivery.
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PS, I am really excited. Haha
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PS, I am really excited. Haha
Did you order black?

Eric Alexander, the designer of these speakers, is a good guy and will answer most of your questions.
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PS, I am really excited. Haha
As well you should and am really looking forward to your take on it as the reviews got to me, and having used pro audio in the past, I was always a sucker for high sensitivity speakers and pro amps. There is a special "sound" for lack of a better word to them and love being able to listen at lower volumes with a full sound which is not the case of my actual Missions who ask for at least 25 w to open up.
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Believe it or not, I created a thread about Tekton speakers a couple of years ago. Unfortunately, it was not very popular.

http://forum.blu-ray.com/showthread.php?t=183337

If you haven't seen any of these reviews, enjoy them.

http://news.cnet.com/8301-13645_3-57...ekton-m-lore/#!
http://stereomojo.com/TEKTON%20MLORE...akerReview.htm
http://hometheaterreview.com/tekton-...aker-reviewed/
http://www.positive-feedback.com/Issue60/tekton.htm
http://www.audiocircle.com/index.php?topic=90895.0
http://www.audioreview.com/cat/speak...7_1594crx.aspx
http://www.hometheaterequipment.com/...er-thread-268/
http://parttimeaudiophile.com/2012/0...tekton-lore-s/
http://hometheaterthoughts.com/2340-...dspeaker-.html
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I went with Tekton M Lore. I will be ordering grills with them. I need at least some kind of barrier between the kids. I went with them for a few reasons:

I have been pretty happy with many of the bookshelf speakers that I have heard. They sound good. In the back of my mind I was hoping that I would hear something that would make an large impact. I was worried about getting floorstanding speakers due to safety reasons. This was partially becuase the speakers that I have are 44 inches tall and weigh about 60 lbs each. These speakers are smaller and will weigh less.

I wanted speakers that would work for movies but also for music. I have been concerned that, while I have a sub in the living room with my speakers, I have a lot of room to fill. The living room runs into the dining room runs into the kitchen runs into the entry way runs into... On all sides. I wanted something that would run in direct mode (ie no subwoofer, I have noticed that there seems to be more clarity in this mode compared to others such as "Stereo") and still have plenty of presence.

I am really intrigued by the higher sensitivity of the M Lore. The idea of this speaker being really dynamic and easy to drive is really cool. As prerich had pointed out that they would be able to fill the space better then a lot of speakers and almost all at this price point.

Reading all of the rave reviews of this speaker really helped. Hearing how it is very musical. Seemed to fit the bill.

They have a 30 day return policy so if it doe not turn out how I hoped at least there is that. But I really doubt that will be the case. I have been in contact with Eric Alexander and hopefully I should be getting an ETA sometime soon.

I will keep everyone posted on the order process and delivery.
Excellent choice! The Tektons are very popular on another thread that I'm active on. I have yet to see a bad review of them...at all!!!! I think they will be keepers for you
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Big Daddy, I pull the trigger tomorrow!
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Woah, a new speaker brand joined our merry crew. Eager to see your first impressions of these Tektons!
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OP, I forgot to say congrats on your new speaker purchase.
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