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Encore

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$7330

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The Encore takes the idea of the Double Impact and makes it even better. With the patented mid-range tweeter array and Italian mid-woofers, it produces a smooth, life-like sound unlike any other loudspeaker on the market. It is detailed, classical, and refined, reproducing the sound of jazz and symphonic music so it sounds like you’re live where the music is being recorded.

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    Description

    High-end loudspeaker manufacturers have become very good at making visually striking products that are undoubtedly works of visual art… but unfortunately, those looks don’t necessarily translate to better sound. At Tekton Design, our emphasis has always been to create the highest-performing, yet cost-effective loudspeakers conceivable – all of which are solidly grounded in electro-acoustical physics. We reject the notion that high-end hi-fi needs to be high-priced, and boldly ask: Do you want a pretty pair of museum pieces that put out “good enough” sound? Or are you ready for loudspeakers that produce a level of fidelity positively guaranteed to rival or often exceed the biggest and most expensive brands out there at a fraction of the cost?

    • Made under U.S. Patent 9247339 with multiple new patents pending
    • Ultra-linear frequency response
    • Proprietary patent pending 30mm 15 dome radiating hybrid MTM high-frequency array
    • Two 7″ mid-bass patented ‘overtone & harmonic’ transducers – of Italian origin
    • Dual 10″ low-frequency transducers
    • ​96dB 2.83V@1m sensitivity 
    • 4 Ohm impedance
    • 20Hz-30kHz frequency response​
    • Height 62.0″ (157.5 cm) x Width 13.0″ (33.02 cm) x Depth 15.0″ (38.1 cm)
    • 800 Watt power handling
    • Weight 145 lbs​
    • Manufactured in the USA

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    1. Arthur E Harris

      Well, I’ve had these Encore’s about 12 day’s. I’ve letting them break in. Their about three hundred hours in. These are without question the best speakers I’ve ever owned. I’ll go as far as to say the best I’ve heard under $80,000. I paid $7300 on the specials page so I didn’t have to wait on them to be made. They just happened to be built out exactly as I would have ordered them. I have them with the BE tweeter upgrade. I’ve been used to listening to ribbons and plainer speakers. I won’t go in to all of the usual audiophile descriptions here but I bought them sight un seen. I could not be more pleased. For the money you won’t find anything at or near their price point that will compete with them. For those who are curious about the BE Tweeters let me say once they’re broken in there is absolutely no ear fatigue what so ever. The highs are extended without drawing attention to themselves. The speaker is very coherent from top to bottom. Sweet on top and clean on the bottom. The resolution is spectacular and on par with any planer or ribbon but with more meat on the bones so to speak. More three dimensional than the ribbons or planers better dynamics. The speakers are so effortless. Eric you are genius! I would highly recommend the Encores. Just make sure you have a proper sized room and that you allow them to break in and you will be rewarded for your efforts. The better the electronics you put in front of them the better they get.

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    Professional Reviews

    Clement Perry, Stereo Times
    "[The Encores are] quite simply the best sounding loudspeakers I've heard in a very long time. In my opinion they'll stand up handsomely against speakers in the $50,000 to $100,000 range. Don't blame me for being smitten. I just happen to think they're that incredible."
    Clement Perry/Moreno Mitchell, Stereo Times
    "The Encore's as smooth as a babies behind in their midband, yet can kick like a mule when it comes to bass impact."

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