John H. Darko raves about the Aon 2 in this great review in Digital Audio Review (DAR.net) of Australia, saying, "The Aon 2’s handling of separation and space is in a class of its own. There’s an abundance of nuance and flair when spinning everything from Biosphere to Kate Bush. Three words to bottle the Aon 2’s essence: clean, spacious, engaging ... the GoldenEar Aon 2 will reward with true emotional communication every time they’re fired up. Meticulously delightful."
Awarding the GoldenEar 3D Array a Best of 2013, HTR.com says "Don't let the name "soundbar" scare you off. The three-in-one SuperCinema 3D Array is about as close as you can come to true L/C/R performance in a soundbar's uber-compact design. It's a great pick for someone who wants the form factor of a soundbar but places a higher priority on audio quality, both with movies and music."
Chris Martens, in his new review of the Triton Seven in The Absolute Sound Magazine, raves, "GoldenEar Hits One Out of the Park!" calling the Triton Seven "a masterpiece of value-oriented engineering that will not easily be matched or surpassed".
The Home Technology Specialists of America (HTSA) 2013 presented their Lifetime Achievement Award to Sandy Gross, founder and president of GoldenEar Technology. This year, HTSA announced the return of one of its most coveted honors, the Lifetime Achievement Award. HTSA director Bob Hana presented the honor, saying "Sandy Gross has dedicated his life to the creation of high performance, award-winning loudspeakers, arming not just HTSA members but the entire Specialty A/V and Custom Integration community with dependable, affordable audio solutions consumers can rely on. Sandy has been an incredible driving force across our industry. His commitment to his craft has resulted in a wealth of products and applications". Sandy was quoted as saying, "I'm not done yet...!".
If you live in the Chicago suburban area please join us as Deluxe Audio Video of Naperville, IL hosts an in-store event, playing host to three of the industry's leading audio/video manufacturers. A GoldenEar Technology team member will be on hand to demonstrate the award-winning GoldenEar products and answer all of your questions about current and future GoldenEar products. Hope to see you there on Thursday, December 12th, from 5-9 pm.
One of the more prestigious awards given out at the annual CEDIA trade show is the CEPro Best, recognizing the most noteworthy new products and technologies for 2013. CE Pro selected the GoldenEar Triton Seven as the winner of the 5th annual CE Pro BEST (Best Electronic Systems Technologies) Award for best new product in this gigantic category! The winners of the CE Pro BEST Awards were chosen by a panel of industry leaders along with the editors of CE Pro, to join an exclusive group of products deemed the most noteworthy for 2013. Criteria included innovation, functionality, competitive advantages and benefits to the installer.
GoldenEar's SuperCinema 3D Array has been selected as one of 30 winners of the 2013 Resi Awards by Residential Systems magazine. The 10th Annual Resi Awards is still the only award that honors products being shown at CEDIA EXPO for their exceptional industrial design.
According to The Absolute Sound's 2014 High-End Audio Buyers Guide, the GoldenEar Aon 3 is "... a monitor that provides agile, detailed and nuanced mids and highs while serving up bass that is unexpectedly full-bodied and that matches the quality of the speaker's midrange and treble."
Darryl Wilkinson in his Sound & Vision CEDIA 2013 Wrap Up, "A Few of My Favorite Things", says of the Invisa demo: "What I didn't anticipate was how well the Invisa HTR 7000s were able to fool you into thinking that you were listening to a floorstanding arrangement of LCR speakers in front of you rather than a trio of architectural speakers installed in the ceiling above the TV."
The GoldenEar Aon 2 has been awarded the best speaker in Gear Patrol's 1st annual product awards, honoring the 100 best consumer products released during the calendar year. Their summary: "Design and technology, meet art and emotion."