*TUK not YUK
Kanto rep so incoming bias. A few things on the TUK that may be of interest to you. We have aptX HD so if you’re streaming through Bluetooth you will have a higher bitrate stream (assuming your devices can support aptX HD). The speakers can also go to sleep while paired to a BT device so it can wake up when you start playing music again. Most speakers that go to sleep will sever the BT connection - TUK keeps it active.
We also have some added functionality built into the remote like sub mute for night listening, channel-swap so that the powered speaker is left or right, and we have custom EQ setting on each input. We also have a headphone out which is super rare in the segment.
T1E has a nice feature that TUK doesn’t - auto input-switching. With TUK you need to choose your input manually using the remote or knob on front. If you read how the T1E’s input switching works in their manual it’s a bit less exciting. You essentially have to turn off a device that’s playing for it to switch to a different input that is playing. It won’t auto-switch if you just start playing music on another device.
I feel like TUK is a more comprehensive package and has more features but it’s up to you to determine if the extra feature set is worth the additional cost. Both give you incredible bass and are detailed. TUK is brighter out of the box but you can EQ it to your liking. Once each speaker is dialed in they trade blow for blow.