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Audiophiliac Raves Triton Seven is a Perfect 10!

Steve Guttenberg, The Audiophiliac, on CNET writes "The GoldenEar Triton Seven sets a new standard ... the believability of the sound was astonishing ... No comparably priced towers can touch the Triton Sevens ...".

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First Rave Triton Seven Review Unleashed

Sound & Vision Editor-in-chief Mike Mettler reviews the brand new Triton Seven tower loudspeaker, concluding: "They'll put a smile on your face. Not only that, they'll likely become your next reference speakers, just as they've become mine". Read it online here or pick up the September Issue.

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Aon 2 Reviewed by Secrets of Home Theater and High Fidelity

"Compared to the $350/pair bookshelf speakers I had on hand, which were really well reviewed when available, the cheaper pair had a harsh, metallic treble and no bass response when compared to the Aon2. After a couple of tracks, I just stopped the comparison since there was really no point in continuing an unfair fight. The value that GoldenEar has packed into the Aon2 for the price is really remarkable." writes Chris Heinonen of Secrets in this detailed and thorough review.

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SuperCinema 3D Array Soundbar Reviewed

"The (GoldenEar) SuperCinema 3D Array is an excellent L/C/R cornerstone for a high-performance sub/sat system - the fact that the front three channels just so happen to be placed in one sleek, elegant, low-profile cabinet that can blend stylishly into just about any décor ... well, that's just gravy." writes Adrienne Maxwell of hometheaterreview.com in this comprehensive and fun review.

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Great New Secrets of Home Theater Review of the Triton Three

Piero Gabucci's comprehensive review concludes: "You may notice in my review I really don't point out any shortcomings, well frankly I just felt they are that good. The bonus is that taking into account the GoldenEar Triton Three is under $1,000 ($1,999 for the pair) it's hard not to enthusiastically recommend."

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Home Theater Magazine Rave Review for Aon 2 and ForceField 5 SuperSystem

"I am confident that most listeners in the market for a fairly compact speaker and powerful sub will love them, and they might even turn heads among those who want a bigger speaker and bigger sub." writes Mark Fleischman in his outstanding review of the Aon 2 / ForceField 5 home theater system in the May 2013 Issue of Home Theater Magazine, where both models received TOP PICKS Awards!

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