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Golden Ear - Triton Seven Floor Standing Speaker

Original price $ 799.00 - Original price $ 799.00
Original price
$ 799.00
$ 799.00 - $ 799.00
Current price $ 799.00
SKU GETTRITONSEVEN

Golden Ear -Triton Seven Floor Standing Speaker

The Triton Seven brings Speaker-of-the-Year Award winning Triton Series tower speakers’ performance into a more compact size and even more affordable price range. Although it is the first Triton Tower without a built-in powered subwoofer, it still achieves superbly deep, subwoofer-like impactful bass performance by combining advanced drivers with our highly evolved and sophisticated bass-loading technologies.

Product Highlight

  • 2-way design
  • HVFR™ (High-Velocity Folded Ribbon) tweeter
  • dual 5-1/4" high definition cast-basket bass/midrange drivers
  • D'Appolito array — tweeter is placed between midrange drivers
  • angled front baffle focuses driver array upward toward ear level
  • dual 8" infrasonic planar sub-bass radiators
  • frequency response: 29-35,000 Hz
  • nominal impedance: 8 ohms
  • sensitivity: 89 dB
  • recommended power: 10-300 watts/channel
  • accelerometer-optimized non-resonant cabinet
  • five-way binding posts
  • Dimensions and warranty:
  • speaker: 7-1/4"W x 40-1/4"H x 11"D (height is with base installed, no feet or spikes)
  • base: 10-1/2"W x 14-1/2"D
  • weight: 32 lbs.
  • warranty: 5 years

Driver Arrangement

The Triton Seven's driver arrangement — with its world-class tweeter positioned between the woofers — helps keep the transition between drivers smooth and seamless. The speaker's front baffle is angled upward, to focus the sound toward ear level.

The Triton Seven presents sparkling highs, robust bass without bloat, and ultra-low distortion, all with breathtakingly wide dispersion, for a soundstage that reaches out into the room as well as behind the speakers.

Designed with a simple, functional ergonomic visual aesthetic, this tower seems to lose itself in the mix it projects. And it will all but disappear in the darkness of a home theater setting.