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John Shepard Posted 8 years 3 months ago
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Moderator Posted 8 years 3 months ago
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Yes, first review is out. Next one should be from The Absolute Sound.

Noticed some nonsense comments after the review, any of our fans want to straighten these clowns out with some facts?

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anthem Posted 8 years 3 months ago
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I don't believe the "clowns" or for that matter any of the 998 GE forum members have heard the Triton 1's. Moderator, if you've spent some time with the Triton 1's, step up to the the plate and set the clowns straight. Personally I think you're wasting your time...the "clowns" are anti-GOLDENEAR!!
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Moderator Posted 8 years 3 months ago
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What, no morning workout? :)

Sorry, that comment about "clowns" was a bit knee-jerk, but it didn't relate to the Triton Ones, it related to the other comments about the brand and the existing models. You're right, only a few hundred people have heard the Ones (but that's about to change real soon). The ones that have, and have commented, are just the most trusted voices in our industry. In case anyone missed it, Click Here to read what they said.

Regarding the rest, I can't really comment, I believe those that work for a company should not comment unless they identify themselves accordingly so their biases are obvious, in which case their message is lost.

I don't have that restriction here though. :)

Here's some thoughts in reaction to:
-Twos, Threes and Sevens sounded uninspiring: C'mon, really. Bad demo, bad setup or just not true.
-Line is hyped: How exactly would one get the most respected reviewers in the industry* to write those reviews, and the most critical magazines to grant us so many product of the year awards? The hype is the reality of a breakthrough line of speakers.
-The One is just more sub (not that there's anything wrong with that, right Wayne?): The only thing the One has completely in common with the other models is the tweeter, everything else is a significant "tweak" to the design.
-The review was about Sandy: OK, it did focus quite a bit on the man, but as Darryl said, words were hard to find to describe them. Wait for a seven page TAS or Stereophile review for that, like the Triton Twos and Aons received.

(*Anyone ever look at the list of names? To name a few, in no particular order: Robert Harley, Dennis Burger, Al Griffin, Robert Deutsch, Doug Schneider, Piero Gabouri, Darryl Wilkinson, Adrienne Maxwell, Mark Fleischman, Mike Mettler, Caleb Denison, Steve Gutenberg ... and my apologies to all the people I left off that list.)
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WayneWilmeth Posted 8 years 3 months ago
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"The One is just more sub (not that there's anything wrong with that, right Wayne?"

Bro Moderator Dude, you are absolutely right!!!
I am drooling over here in Thailand!!!!
Congratulations on a really great review on what we are sure will be a wonderful speaker.
We T2 and T3 owners will be proud.
God Bless,
Wayne
God bless the child that's got his own.

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WayneWilmeth Posted 8 years 3 months ago
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Hey Guys,
I hadn't read any of the comments, did not know there were any until I saw this.
I was tempted to give them a piece of my mind, but I need all the pieces I have got left.
No, seriously, looks like you would have to join up, or log on somehow, and then it would just be a discussion with idiots, it appeared to me. NOT like the good folks here.
I don't suffer idiots well.
Not my strong suite.
OK, Bro Anthem, maybe I don't have any strong suites (beat you to it).
But I am indeed looking forward to the T. A.S. review.
Not that I can afford to read it, I cannot get interested in more expensive speakers. Honestly the T2s sound so good to me, so big and powerful in my modest sized room, I just don't think I could do justice to the Ones.
Don't get me wrong, I would love to try em out!!!!
Talking now with my distributor about getting all my surround speakers to be T7s. Just thinking. Wishing. Hoping.
God Bless the child that's got his own,
Wayne
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