GoldenEar Debuts Triton One Loudspeaker
GoldenEar this week at CES will unveil the Triton One, the newest entry in its groundbreaking Triton Floorstanding Tower Loudspeakers series from founders Sandy Gross and Don Givogue. The Triton One is a 54-inch tower that includes a built-in powered subwoofer.
The Triton One is described by the company as "an evolutionary speaker that includes and builds upon all the advanced technologies that have made the Tritons famous.":
The One's powered subwoofer section consists of three forward-facing 5”x9” quadratic sub-bass drivers in a semi-line-source array configuration (for less deleterious room interaction and more effective coupling of the low-frequency energy to the room), driven by an 1600 watt DSP-controlled ForceField Class D digital amplifier. The GoldenEar designed amp has a Programmable Logic Device based state machine with nearly instantaneous 278 ns update time to perfectly manage a myriad of functions including soft-clipping, DC offset control, output-stage saturation control, discrete multi-band limiting and phase perfect crossover to the midrange.
The speakers are scheduled to arrive this April, at an MSRP of $2499.99. See www.goldenear.com for more.
GoldenEar will be showing the Triton One at the Venetian 29-131, 29-132.