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GoldenEar Fortifies its Range of Ultra-Compact Subwoofers with the ForceField 30 & ForceField 40

The new ForceFields 30 and 40 boast several signi­ficant sonic and cosmetic re­finements: A compact, elegant cabinet with a curved top panel inspired by GoldenEar’s award-winning BRX minimizes cabinet resonances. A robust, efficient amplifier with Analog Devices DSP affords a flatter, more extended frequency response for cleaner, deeper bass and lower distortion. The intelligently optimized driver configuration combines ultra-long-throw sub-bass drivers for superior transient performance and downward-firing radiators for extended bass performance and outstanding flexibility for room placement. The result is agile, musical, room-filling bass equally suited to thrilling soundtracks, stirring orchestral pieces, propulsive pop music, and everything in between.

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Positive Feedback Writer’s Choice Award for Pure Sound Quality and Value

Steve Lefkowicz is admittedly not a fan of compact speakers, but our BRX won his heart. He was surprised by the big sound and bass extension, applauding the “the biggest, widest and deepest soundstage I’ve achieved in my listening room.”

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 Positive Feedback Writer’s Choice Award for Pure Sound Quality and Value

 

$1598/Pr. BRX Pulls a Runner-Up for Twittering Machines Favorite Gear of the Year!

Our BRX stands out in the company of much more expensive gear in TM’s annual feature. While we didn’t grab the top spot, our Bookshelf Reference revealed itself a worthy competitor and a monster value.

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 $1598/Pr. BRX Pulls a Runner-Up for Twittering Machines Favorite Gear of the Year!

 

Twittering Machines On the “Bold and Beautiful” Triton Reference

Noting its 10 drivers plus powered subs, TM’s Mike Lavorgna found the T-Ref to be Lot of speaker. But he also found our flagship to be supple, singing with one beautiful voice. Powerful, extended bass, and much more.

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 Noting its 10 drivers plus powered subs, TM’s Mike Lavorgna found the T-Ref to be Lot of speaker.

 

Stereophile’s Herb Reichert “gobsmacked” by Our BRX!

Raves are one thing, but Herb loved the BRX’s “quick-flowing, spacious, detail-rich manner favored more genres of records, and generated more musical excitement, than either the (KEF) LS50s or the Magnepan .7s …” Don’t you want to know more?

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 Raves are one thing, but Herb loved the BRX’s

 

Soundstage Access: BRX Punches Out of Its Weight Class!

Diego Estan let his audience at Soundstage Access know that our “punchy” $1,500/pr. BRX is a speaker one needs need to hear even if you’re in the market for a $3,000/pr. speaker. He also loved the big soundstage and transparency.

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 Soundstage Access: BRX Punches Out of Its Weight Class!

 

Triton One.R Wows AVNirvana.com’s Todd Anderson!

It’s not often a reviewer puts his money where his mouth is on a review product, but AVNirvana’s Todd Anderson did just that in buying the Triton One.R as his new reference speakers! Read this amazing review to learn more.

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 Triton One.R Wows AVNirvana.com’s Todd Anderson!

 

Digital Trends names Triton Five 2020’s Best Speaker

Digital Trends last did a full review of the Triton Five in 2015, but testament to a great speaker’s staying power, told its audience the Triton Five is 2020s Best Speaker. “Truly world-class at the lowest price—to-performance ratio you’ll find. Don’t you want to know more?

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 Digital Trends names Triton Five 2020’s Best Speaker

 

Longtime Stereophile Editor John Atkinson Digs the BRX

Typically reserved John Atkinson lauded the BRX’s “uncolored mids and clean highs” as well as upper-bass that was so impressive he “almost didn’t miss the expensive speakers.” Read this wonderful review to find out more about ow enchanted John is with our Bookshelf Reference X.

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 Longtime Stereophile Editor John Atkinson Digs the BRX

 

Darko: “Sky-high Transparency” from GoldenEar BRX

Darko.Audio’s irrepressible John Darko turned his huge YouTube audience onto the BRX, which he loves for having “a soundstage as high as a horse … and as deep as Brian Blessed’s voice.” He also noted the versatility that allows this to be just as good a choice for a home theater as a hi-fi system. Take a look!

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 Darko: Sky-high Transparency from GoldenEar BRX

 

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