GoldenEar Expands the Triton Series

Posted on 15th March, 2015

GoldenEar Expands the Triton Series

US based GoldenEar Technology's Sandy Gross co-founded both Polk Audio and Definitive Technology, two world-class brands in their own right. After a life-time dedicated to the design of loudspeakers, it's not surprising that together with Don Givogue, the inception of GoldenEar has been very successful, and today's product line-up draws upon decades of award winning speaker designs.

The product range consists of speakers geared towards two-channel, multi-channel home theatre (including satellite and in-wall / ceiling speakers), as well as lifestyle products including soundbars and satellite speakers.

The Triton Series are GoldenEar's 'premiere' floor-stander, “embodying all of GoldenEar's cutting edge technology”. Featuring a High-Velocity Folded Ribbon tweeter design which propagates sound waves and moves the air by squeezing it with an accordion-like pleated diaphragm, which according to GoldenEar “makes for greater efficiency, lower distortion, improved dynamics and a superbly detailed sound”.

Available from June 2015, GoldenEar Technology's latest product is the Triton 'Five' Tower. Attractively sized at 1124mm tall, Triton Five promises bass response down to 26Hz thanks to four eight-inch planar sub-bass radiators, and features dual 6” bass/midrange drivers that according to GoldenEar give a greater dynamic range than its predecessor, the Triton Seven. Featuring a unique cabinet shape, the Triton Five is both acoustically purposeful as well as strikingly attractive.

The Triton Five Tower is perfect for use in two-channel systems, as well as complete multi-channel surround music and home theater systems.

Specifications

  • Speaker Dimensions: 8 ⅛” W x 12 ⅜ ” D x 44 ¼” H (Base: 11” W x 16 ½” D)
  • Weight: 40 lbs
  • Frequency Response: 26 Hz-35 kHz
  • Efficiency: 90 dB
  • Driver Complement:
    Two 6” high-definition cast-basket drivers
    Four 8” planar sub-bass radiators
    One High-Velocity Folded Ribbon Tweeter
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English born but now residing down under, StereoNET’s Founder is still buried deep in the review room auditioning everything from docks to soundbars, amplifiers and headphones. Marc is also the founder of the International Hi-Fi Show.

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