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The DECWARE model T6
"The T6 are small bookshelf speakers featuring an exotic 6.5" crossoverless driver with an equally exotic cabinet in high gloss Rosewood."
What sets thE T6 SPEAKERS APART?
The midrange is silky and smooth.
The bass is as fast and warm.
Imaging with feedback free tube gear is memorable.
The soundstage depth is intoxicating in good rooms.
High quality non-magnetic binding posts -- you'll want good wire with these.
High mass curved enclosure.
High gloss Rosewood piano finish is standard.
Will work with as little as 2.3 Decware watts.
Voiced for non-treated rooms to have a pleasingly smooth sound.
With the success of our Tube Tots, we decided to offer an additional model called the T6. It's slightly larger than our Tube Tots but not by much. What it brings to the table is a bit more efficiency and a GLASS SMOOTH single 6.5 inch neodymium driver acting as a point-source in another very exotic cabinet that would sound wonderful in less than perfect rooms.
This is the kind of speaker that you would sneak into the back room with after selling high dollar flagship speakers all day.
The T6 come with a 30 day trial less a 10% restock fee.
These are another personal favorite of mine. They are good enough to stand mount and retire with in the average listening room. They easily show of the full potential of even the most expensive gear.
Steve Deckert / DECWARE
Model DECWARE T6
The following gated measurements were taken at 12 inches from the speaker while turned up to a healthy SPL.
Dark Green = 0 degrees, Light Green = 15 degrees, Blue = 30 degrees.
Waterfall plot at high SPL
RMS Average Response
TTL harmonic distortion (white) vs. response (dark orange) at 110dB SPL
Frequency Response - 55Hz~17kHz
Impedance - 8 ohms
Power - 50 watts
Sensitivity - 94dB
Size - 9" wide x 14.5" high x 11.8" deep
Net Weight - 39.8 lbs.
Packaged Weight - 48.5 lbs.
The DECWARE T6 loudspeakers are designed and voiced for the acoustics of a non-treated listening space like this.
For a silky smooth and relaxed signature seldom heard at home.
The DECWARE model T6
NOTE: Many have asked what stand we recommend, and obviously an expensive well engineered stand would be our first choice. But if you need something to get you by we have found a glass stand on Amazon for around $60 that we we have tested and found to have a synergy with both of these speakers. In both cases we use rubber pads or o-rings in place of the threaded spikes. You can find these stands on Amazon.