“Everything that made Triton Reference Sound & Vision’s Product-of-the-Year in a gorgeous, super sounding, more compact and even more affordable package!”
“The powerful sense of atmosphere that the One.R speakers conveyed conjure up memories of my time with the Triton Reference.”
–Al Griffin, Sound & Vision
GoldenEar Technology is pleased to announce the introduction of the new Triton One.R. This extraordinary new reference quality loudspeaker is a smaller, less expensive follow up to the Triton Reference. The T Ref has been compared with speakers selling for over ten times its surprisingly affordable cost. It has had a remarkable response from both music and hi-fi enthusiasts as well as press and reviewers from around the world, who have bestowed upon it innumerable Speaker-of-the-Year and Product-of-the-Year awards. Now the T One.R is here for your ultimate delight. Al Griffin raved, “ The panoramic soundscape that the One.Rs rendered was a revelation...drums and percussion spread incredibly wide...with incredibly transparent rendering of vocals”.
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