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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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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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An owner reviews the GoldenEar Triton 7

I’ll start this review with a summary of what I look for in the reproduction of recorded music. It is a step for making the review useful to others that is often missing. I don’t know how many rave reviews … Continue reading

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NEW – GoldenEar Technology XXL subwoofer

It has bass coming from all four sides! There are two 12 inch woofers, one front and one back, and two 12″ x 14″ passive radiators, one on the right and one on the left. In addition to moving a huge amount … Continue reading

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Focus on St. Louis

The Sound Room presents Music Matters on Thursday, October 1 from 5 PM to 9 PM Food, wine, and door prizes. Demonstrations by factory representatives. GoldenEar Technology will be represented by Mike Lang, showing the Triton Five. The world’s only pair of the concept speaker Paradigm Concept … Continue reading

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Vincent Audio, ASC, GoldenEar

Just a slice of life from my stereo store in my home in St. Louis MO. I’m no Music for Pleasure or Sound Room but I do a nice job for my clients. Buyer report on Vincent integrated amp I … Continue reading

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Another review of the GoldenEar Technology Triton Five

Brent Butterworth reviewed the new GoldenEar Technology Triton Five. If you want to read this new review and two others, they are at the top of this page on GoldenEar website. If not, here is his conclusion: Conclusion- The Triton Five is … Continue reading

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The GoldenEar Triton Five rides again!

Digital Trends magazine did something unusual: the reviewer wrote a preview of a forthcoming full review of the GoldenEar Technology Triton Five speaker, and he included a video showing the speaker with and without the grille, with a commentary.  As usual … Continue reading

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Triton Five review follow-up

Following my review of the GoldenEar Technologies Triton Five a subscriber wrote to ask the recommended break-in time. My reply: They say 200 hours. I put mine on repeat with a disco CD at a loud level for 7 days. … Continue reading

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Enter the Triton Five – a review

I’ll start off simple: The Triton Fives are great speakers – especially at the $2000/pair price. It’s like listening to the Triton Ones but with regular woofers instead of powered subwoofers. Yes, the powered subs of the Triton Ones and … Continue reading

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