The Bad news GoldenEar Technology will increase all its prices an average of 10% September 30. Reviewers have commented since the original Triton Two that GoldenEar speakers outperformed others that cost far more money. Part of this is due to excellent design and part is due to GoldenEar’s decision to set low prices, thus working on slim profits.
The Good News I am lowering my prices below the original prices. Unlike “real” businesses I have incredibly low expenses so I will not starve of go out of business by charging less. So instead of being discouraged by the price increase be encouraged that you have a GoldenEar dealer who is not as bright as he should be. Go ahead, take advantage of him.
Triton Seven gets perfect 10 review from CNET
Note from Wylie – The Seven is the smallest GoldenEar tower, with 2 bass/mids, a folded ribbon tweeter, a subwoofer, and two passive radiators.
“The GoldenEar Technology Triton Seven is, as we audiophiles like to say, “transparent” — it sounds like an open window to the sound of music. ..the Sevens were fully capable of transporting me back to the sessions. With the lights off in my listening room, the believability of the sound was astonishing. No comparably priced towers can touch the Triton Seven’s clarity, and with that clarity comes a remarkable sound stage; the speakers disappear as sound sources….the Triton Sevens’ stereo home theater chops were fully in order. Massive dynamic range assaults were taken in stride, and the Triton Seven’s dialogue was as natural as can be. The two speakers projected such a wide and deep sound stage, the surround channels were never missed.“
Awfully good for less than $699 each, and I take trades. See the review here >.>https://www.cnet.com/news/this-speaker-scores-a-perfect-10-with-music-and-home-theater/?fbclid=IwAR3M0VM5blaiJ24aj-T-dp0wKD8h4N7Y3RLSnvdrW1lX6sl87rVp-MS5Uv0
If this sounds like what you need, let’s arrange a demo. My demo is the most real-world realistic in St Louis. Only the pair under consideration is in the room. You can select 100% of the demo material from from sources you bring- CD, SACD, thumb drive, or LP. Or find music on TIDAL .
I was going to say that my Seven demo is better than the other dealer in town, The Sound Room, but they may not even have a pair of the Seven on demo. People tell me that their favorite speaker is the Paradigm, with B&W being their second choice, and GoldenEar is not much in evidence. Nothing against Paradigm or B&W, because they are fine speakers, but I read most of the audio reviews and find that professional reviewers like certain models of their products, but like all the GoldenEars.