GoldenEar Triton One


GoldenEar Triton One

5.900,00
Prijs is incl. BTW, incl. Verzendkosten


De Triton One is een van de meeest indrukwekkende luidsprekers die we ooit hebben mogen horen.

Voor 5900 Euro per paar is er geen luidspreker systeem dat in de buurt komt van de Triton One.

Tijdens de CES 2014 heeft de audiowereld deze luidspreker mogen bewonderen.

 

We hebben alle Aon en Triton luidsprekers van GoldenEar demo klaar staan

 

Lees hier tests van deze (in onze ogen) geniale luidspreker:

The Absolute Sound
Sound & Vision
Pre Review hifi+

 

Enkele quotes (complete lijst met quotes)

Sound & Vision –
GoldenEar Launches Triton One Tower Speaker
What might have been the most anticipated speaker launch of CES definitely delivered when GoldenEar demoed its new Triton One
flagship tower speaker. I kept hearing showgoers rave about the Triton One’s sound -- no big surprise, considering that speakers like
the Triton Seven have gotten such glowing reviews in Sound & Vision and other publications. The mids and highs weren’t a surprise
to me; they sounded as clean and spacious as the Triton Two does. But the bass was a little shocking: super-tight, super-powerful
and seamlessly integrated with the mids. I heard a few people saying the ($5,000/pair U.S. Retail) Triton One sounded like some
$20,000-and-up high-end towers, but I disagree: I think it sounded better than most of them.
– Brent Butterworth
 
Stereophile –
GoldenEar’s New Triton One
Both the speakers from Sandy Gross’s GoldenEar company that have been reviewed in Stereophile—the Triton Two, reviewed by
Bob Deutsch in February 2012 and the Aon 2, reviewed by Bob Reina in November 2013—impressed us with the very attractive
combination of price and performance. And at the 2014 CES, Sandy introduced me to the new flagship, the Triton One. The Triton
Ones may have been tall but sounded acoustically small, ie, behaved as a point source that completely disappeared; the balance on
a piano/bass/drums jazz track was smooth without being mellow, inviting yet detailed. And on Copland’s Fanfare for the Common
Man, the bass drum knocked me back in my seat. At a hair under $5k/pair, this speaker should be a best-seller.
– John Atkinson
 
Digital Trends –
Triton One Shames Some Speakers Costing Ten Times as Much
The company recently announced a new flagship speaker for its Triton line, the Triton One, and we weren’t about to miss out on
listening to it. Well, we got our audition in, and we’re here to tell you, it is an absolute marvel. The speaker’s superb performance
can be attributed in large part to the company’s leader and chief designer, Sandy Gross, who is something of a legend in the
speaker business. With his latest project at GoldenEar, Gross has a different, and very specific vision: build speakers that perform
as well as – or better – than those costing several times more. And with the Triton One, we believe the company has outdone itself
in that regard.
– Caleb Dennison
 
Absolute Sound – Best Sound for the Money
The $5000/pr Triton One delivers sound quality I expect from $15k speakers.
– Kirk Midtskog
Positive Feedback – Most Impressive Gear That Wasn’t Outrageously Priced
Sometimes audiophiles can’t stand a bargain. Without an outrageously high price, some people just can’t take a product seriously.
In this case, they would be missing out. Goldenear Technology’s flagship system, the Triton One, simply makes you wonder about
the pricing of a lot high-end gear. Yes, I did hear other rooms with speakers five and even ten times this price, that didn’t sound as
good ... these did just about everything exceptionally well.
 
– Steve Lefkowicz Soundstage! HiFi – Best of CES 2014
Some say that Sandy Gross is the most successful speaker man in the history of hi-fi. Who am I to argue? He cofounded Polk Audio
and Definitive Technology, two of the biggest speaker brands in the world, and most recently he founded GoldenEar Technology,
which appears to be on the same trajectory. Obviously, the guy knows what he’s doing. If I had to guess two things he has keen
understandings of, they are knowing what kind of speaker most audiophiles want, and, just as important, what they’re willing
pay for it. Gross’s latest triumph is the GoldenEar Triton One, which debuted at CES 2014 and retails for $5000/pair. What most
impressed me when I heard them (was that) they provided full-range sound (i.e., bass down to 20Hz), which you normally have
to pay well over $10,000/pair for, while delivering levels of neutrality, detail, and refinement through the mids and highs that also
befit a far more expensive speaker. In short, they seem a very good value. Plus, the way Gross had them set up -- widely spaced
and severely toed in -- resulted in a soundstage spread that was the best I heard at CES. I’m sure that Sandy Gross and GoldenEar
have another winner on their hands in the Triton One, but given what’s emerged from Gross’s stable before, no one should be
surprised.
– Doug Schneider
 
 

 

Triton One

Dimensions
(height is with base installed, no spikes)

 

5-3/4˝ W (front)
x 8˝ W (rear)
x 16-5/8˝ D x 54˝ H

Base: 12-3/8˝ W x 19-3/4˝ D

Weight

 

80 lbs (product) /
99 lbs (shipping)

Frequency Response

 

14 Hz - 35 kHz

Efficiency

 

92 dB

Nominal Impedance

 

Compatible with 8 ohms

Driver Complement

 

Three - 5˝ x 9˝ Long-Throw Quadratic Subwoofer Bass Drivers, coupled to:

Four - 7˝ x 10˝ Quadratic Planar Infrasonic Radiators

Two - 5-1/4" High-Definition
Cast-Basket MVPP™
Upper-Bass/Mid Drivers

One - HVFR™ High-Velocity Folded Ribbon Tweeter

Recommended
Amplification

 

20 - 650 watt/channel
 

Built-In Subwoofer
Power Amplification

 

1600 watt ForceField Amplifier

 

 

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