Kanto TUK speaker review: Two out of three ain’t bad

22/6/2022 11:09:00 AM

The TUK are a pair of flagship speakers from the Canadian audio manufacturer, Kanto. These beautiful speakers are designed for movies, gaming and music. But they only managed to nail two of those.

The TUK are a pair of flagship speakers from the Canadian audio manufacturer, Kanto. These beautiful speakers are designed for movies, gaming and music. But they only managed to nail two of those.

The TUK are a pair of flagship speakers from the Canadian audio manufacturer, Kanto. These beautiful speakers are designed for movies, gaming and music. But they only managed to nail two of those.

Well, it’s a powered speaker, which to the uninitiated, means it’s an all-in-one solution. Sound, amplification, and source input are neatly packaged into the left channel speaker. By comparison, in a passive speaker setup, you will need to get a separate power and pre-amplifier or an integrated amplifier to run the speakers. This not only adds complexity but also additional components and wiring.

The TUK’s detail clarity swept me awayThink of it like an accordion. When an electrical current is pass through the membrane, it contracts and relaxes which pushes the air. Moreover, the membranes can move rapidly given the short gap between being open and folded. The result is a detailed high-frequency range.

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