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Review: Tekton Design 4-10 Subwoofer

Picture of Tekton Design's 4-10 Subwoofer using spike feet The Tekton Design 4-10 line array pounds the house's foundation complementing the already present 4 12inch subwoofers in the Ulfs.  News flash, low bass notes in the Tekton system are thunderous rattling everything in the house that…
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S.M.S.L. M400 DAC Impressions

Flagship DAC chip AK4499, the audio industry's highest performance.The latest Bluetooth supports APTX/HD, SBC, AAC and the industry's highest specification 24bit/192kHz UAT format!Support MQA full decode ! No matter where you are, it ’s like being on the scene.USB uses the second XMOS XU216…
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Hifi Audio Phantom Center Tuning - Life with Tekton Design Ulfberhts

A phantom center channel refers to the psycho-acoustic phenomenon of a sound source appearing to emanate from a point between two speakers in a stereo configuration. When the same sound arrives at both ears at the same time with the same intensity, it appears to originate from a point in the center…
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Bypassing Tekton Design's 4-10 amps for Parasound - Satisfying curiosity

How good is Tekton Design's choice of amp in the 4-10? Better read to the end of this article before ditching the Yung amp. Seen above are the only terminals I now use from the Yung amp equipped in Tekton Design's 4-10. There were line level input terminals but I bypassed the amp inside the…
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Review Prologue: Tekton Design Ulfberht Speakers

Prologue: Around 800 to 1000 A.D. in the medieval period archaeological records indicate the Viking sword named Ulfberht were so advanced that they would not again be rivaled until the industrial age. Now fast forward in time to the present. Let me tell you that the once almost mystical sword known…
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Review: Tekton Design Ulfberhts

Tekton Design Ulfberhts
Made under U.S. Patent 9247339 with multiple new patents pending Proprietary 4-way loudspeaker design Ultra-linear frequency response with ±.5dB deviation from 70Hz-20kHz Simple and elegant minimum phase (single crossover element) mid-range and tweeter  Ultra-linear, entirely tim…
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Tekton Design Ulfberht from Softdome to Beryllium Replacement

Removing stock Scanspeak tweeter from an Ulfberht. Was initially shocked by how large these tweeters are.
After having observed owners of Tekton Design's Ulfberht order the BE [beryllium] option for the high frequency tweeter alone in Tekton's MTM array I decided myself to make the upgrade t…