Why People Like Tekton

I saw this You Tube clip yesterday and I really think this guy gave one of the most well-reasoned explanations of why some people gave up their hyper-detailed "audiophile" speakers for Tekton.  I've never heard them myself, but I think the same reasoning applies to many other brands like Harbeth, Spendor, Wharfdale, etc.  I personally feel the way he does, but I think he expressed it better than I would have.  Eventually, at some point in the journey, you may get tired of listening to the singer's saliva and chairs creaking and just want to relax and hear music in a more natural manner.and not with your ear 6" from the singer's mouth.  Or maybe you do.  Anyway - take a watch if you have the time.  And I'm guessing most of you do. 



Quested Studio Range Speakers to my ears sound well balanced warm, musical yet they can deliver all the details in a relaxed manner i find them ultra low fatique for a Studio Speaker and can outclass many high end audio speakers for the same money.

The same cant be said about other Studio speakers which i would never use for music listening. It really comes down to how the speaker is voiced.

Low fatique is an important factor in my book.

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I'm told there's a fly in the studio on the Beatles recording of Because on the Abby Road Album.  Anybody heard it? 

Brian, remember i had stacked ESL w Decca ribbons for years….. ;-) i don’t think my reference system gives up much detail in service of the music, but who knows…maybe that chick with the Stradivarius..is deaf… ?