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First Rave Review of the New SuperSub XXL

Carlo Lo Raso of Secrets of Home Theater writes, "When listening to music in particular, you really start to notice the different pitches down in the low end more. Plucks of a standup bass, a piano hammer hitting a low A, and kick drums all seemed to deliver a clearer sonic story versus the typical 'thump, thwack, or thud' from some other subs I've heard."

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Piero Gabucci Raves Triton One is a "Game Changer"

In his new Secrets of Home Theater and High Fidelity review of the Triton One towers, Piero Gabucci gets started with the simple statement, "It does what every speaker strives for, clean clear and natural sound", but than elaborates "... remarkably very much live-sounding .... reverberates throughout my own space; rattling pictures on walls, flutters my pants leg and sends deep chills through my stomach ... it will blow you away...I find that epic."  Click the link to read more of this fun review. 

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Triton Ones Rock'em Down Under

Even though the speakers sell for substantially more in Australia than in the US, ($8495 vs. $5000 a pair), as you will see in this review from AV Hub Magazine, they still deliver outstanding value.  "We went through a very wide range of stereo music with these speakers, with exceptional results." ... and ... "With movies these speakers were first class in every respect...and how about as a subwoofer replacement? In this department they were easily the best we think we've ever used." 

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The Big Shootout: $2,000 Triton Fives vs. $30,000 Super-Speakers

DigitalTrends' Caleb Denison orchestrates an official, real-time, head to head shootout with the $2,000/pr Triton Fives in the "ring" with Technics new, $30,000 Reference Class R-1. The result? "The GoldenEar Triton Fives, on the other hand, are reasonably attainable for nearly anyone willing to save up a few bucks, and they deliver outstanding sound quality for the price, making them the clear winner in this unlikely match-up."

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Brent Butterworth Reviews the Triton Five

Highly regarded reviewer Brent Butterworth writes in his HomeTheaterReview.com review of the GoldenEar Triton Fives, "Every time I listened to it, I marveled at how great it sounded with all the music I threw at it ... It really does deliver the sense that a real instrument is playing in the room, perhaps more so than the other speakers I've mentioned". Click the link to go to this fantastic review. 

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The Absolute Sound Steps Up Next to Rave About the Triton Fives

"For anyone considering a loudspeaker under $10,000, the Triton Five is not just an option. It's a must-audition."  raves The Absolute Sound'Jacob Heilbrunn in this new review of the Triton Five. Click the link to read all of this fabulous review. 

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