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Triton Reference is a TAS GoldenEar Award winner

It’s on the cover of TAS’s September issue, Inside is a review by Anthony Cordesman, TAS’s most prestigious reviewer. He is so high-end it’s ridiculous — Pass Labs Class A monoblock amps, etc. so he is used to owning and auditioning the best of the best, cost … Continue reading

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News from CES 2017

GoldenEar Technology introduced the Triton Reference Basic facts: Same design concepts as the Triton One and Two, but all new components Better sound in every respect Gloss black finish $8500 a pair Due in Spring (maybe April or so) It has already … Continue reading

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Hot British Review for Triton Five

Alan Sircom of Hi-Fi Plus loved almost everything about the Triton Five – bass, soundstage, dimensionality, treble, and especially the price. He didn’t claim perfection – he said that to get the best bass performance you need a big amp, and that  the definition of the bass does … Continue reading

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Bass, and more bass – LFE outputs and Triton speakers

GoldenEar Triton speaker’s built-in subwoofers can be powered using the speaker posts or LFE (Low Frequency Effects) RCA jacks on their AV receiver. Many assume that the bass should go through the LFE cables. That is the case when you have a … Continue reading

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About MQA – New Tech Hurts My Head

Sometimes my mind hurts when I read about new technology. Old ideas that just had to be true keep being demolished. Even the idea that copies are never as good as the original seems to be dead, dead, dead. Now we … Continue reading

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Owners compare Triton One to Two+

GoldenEar Technology makes a point that the Triton Two+ has been upgraded to match as closely as possible the sound of the Triton One. Several audiophiles who own both Triton One and Triton Two+ have posted online that they are almost identical. … Continue reading

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A chat with Sandy Gross

Sandy called asking my opinion of the new Triton Two+ and Three+. They were breaking in, so I had to put him off a week. Having finally broken them in and put them in my room I called him back … Continue reading

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New Gallo, high-end USB cables, Triton One

email questions and answers “Hi Wylie, I was wondering if there is any information out yet on the new Gallo Reference 3.5 replacement speakers?” My reply: Interestingly I asked that question of the Gallo national sales manager last week. Anthony Gallo … Continue reading

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The Evolution of GoldenEar Triton speakers

  In 2010 the first GoldenEar Technology tower speaker, the Triton Two, arrived. A $3,000/pair tower with a folded ribbon tweeter (called HFVR), two bass/midranges, two subwoofers, two passives, and 1200 watts built into each tower, it was an immediate sensation, getting twenty five rave reviews/awards, most of whom … Continue reading

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I’m going BIG for home theater!

I have two home theater systems – a small one in a spare room and a larger one in my main demo room (AKA as my living room) . The small system is set up at all times, while the large system is set … Continue reading

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