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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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First Look Rave Review of the SuperCenter XXL

Secrets of Home Theater and High Fidelity's Robert Kozel raves, "The biggest takeaway for me with the SuperCenter XXL was its ability to produce sound with such clarity that I forgot I was listening to a speaker ... brought me closer to the characters than ever before."  Check out all of Robert's comments in this insightful first look preview. 

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Digital Trends Rave Preview and Video of Triton Five

Caleb Denison of Digital Trends raves about the Triton Five towers, saying, "So to get the amazing sound quality out of the Triton Five that the team at GoldenEar Technology has achieved for $2,000 (pr) is nothing short of a coup in high-end audio. Ever hear of the law of diminishing returns? The Triton Five redefines it."  Click the link to check out the full preview and the great intro video.

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Invisa HTR 7000 In-Ceiling Speakers are "Simply Fantastic"

Secrets of Home Theater and High Fidelity reviewer Gabriel Lowe was knocked out by the HTR 7000's performance, saying "The clarity of sound is absolutely stunning. Even as I cranked the volume towards reference level, the Invisa HTR-7000s maintained their tight, clear sound without wavering. They are rated to go down to 25 Hz as well, and they certainly did hold their own. The horns sounded fantastic as well - reproduced by the Invisas without any harshness. The GoldenEar speaker line continues to grow, and with each new one, they have consistently constructed high performing, high value speakers that are simply fantastic. The Invisa HTR-7000s are just that."

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Sound & Vision Helps Launch Triton Fives with First Rave Review

Steve Guttenberg concludes in this first review of the new Triton Fives, "At less than $2000 a pair, the Triton (Five) continues the GoldenEar value tradition with superb sonics at an attainable price". Once again, Gross and GoldenEar have delivered a fine work of audio art at a highly affordable price", and awards them Top Pick honors!

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