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William

Tekton Design Ulfberht 3.1 System

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William
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Sharing my newly setup Tekton Ulfberht system. This has been my long anticipated system [end game or last] as I've waited for like forever to set this entertainment room up. The open floor plan and entertainment room arrangement was "the" reason for me choosing this particular floor plan. I've now been listening to the system for only a short few days as I've been told the speakers need a decent break in period. The system consists of: 

 

  1. Onkyo PR-RZ5100
  2. Onkyo DXC390 6 Disc CD Changer
  3. Emotiva XPA Gen 3 5 Channel
  4. Tekton Ulfberht L + C + R
  5. Tekton 4-10 Subwoofer
  6. Sony XBR-65A8G OLED
  7. Sony UBP-X700 DVD/Blue Ray 4K player

The amplifier made by Emotiva is an XPA-5 Gen 3 5 Channel [490 watts/channel RMS into 4 Ohms; two channels driven]. The amp is configured to run 4 channels into 4 ohms to the Left and Right Ulfberht towers in Bi-amp mode from the Onkyo Preamp. The last or 5th channel by the Emotiva amp runs the Ulfberht center channel [4 6.5 inch and 5 speaker compression array matched to the Ulfberhts]. Connecting everything source wise are HDMI [ARC] and XLR balanced cables. Subwoofers, besides the L and R tower's 4 12 inch woofers is complemented by Tekton's 4-10 which is an active design [300 watts rms] housing 4 10" subs equaling the same displacement as 1 single 18" driven from 20hz to 120hz. Calibrating everything is the AccuEQ Room built in calibration of the Onkyo PR-RZ5100.

 

I am totally captivated by the breathtaking soundstage which despite the sheer size of the Tekton Ulfberhts disappear before the listener. This is the first time I've actually heard first hand Eric Anderson's patented compression array consisting of two 7 speaker drivers above and below one tweeter of each tower. Each tower also consists of 4 7" mid drivers and 2 12" woofers. The 55 speaker in the 3 channel bi-amp config has a toed in position and distance separation of 14.7 feet between the L and R. I decided to begin with an equal triangle of 14 feet 7 inches between not only the two towers but also between them to the listener's ears. The house has vaulted ceilings and hard flooring so to say that the sound is lively currently is an understatement. As things are moved in namely plants as well as trees etc to the open floor spacing sound dispersion will follow. In the future I'm pretty sure I'll be experimenting with sound absorption/dampening panels that are both effective as well as cosmetically appealing [form and function].

 

Visually, video wise I installed the Sony 65" A8G OLED which I have to fine tune. Looking for any recommendations of personal tweaked settings etc. 

 

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And my spaghetti!

 

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Dean Scott
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Geek!

 

(I'm jealous!)

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