GoldenEar Technology Triton Reference Loudspeakers Review

November 18, 2017 § Leave a comment

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“In my review last month of Devialet’s amazing Gold Phantom, I wrote about how they could play extraordinarily deep in the bass — right down to 20Hz. But they didn’t make me feel as immersed in the space of the recording venue as fully as the References did — that pressurizing of the room I talked about in the preceding paragraph. For the tracks mentioned so far, the only speakers that have reproduced them as authoritatively and with as much control in my room have been the KEF Blade Twos, which puts the References in good company indeed. The Reference wasn’t the be-all, end-all for bass — the Blade Two, though it didn’t go any deeper, still sounded a little punchier and more forceful in my room. Still, that’s very good for a speaker that costs about one-third as much as the Blade Two.”

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