At CES 2017 GoldenEar unveiled a brand new loudspeaker that has been designed for the budget-focused audiophiles, called the Triton Reference, it is a loudspeaker that abides by the companies slogan of making high-end audio affordable for the masses.

One of the most impressive parts of the speaker is its design, featuring a sleek one-piece cabinet design along with a hand-rubbed lacquer finish, it is a simple design that looks extremely premium. Inside the premium feel continues with a ton of audio technology that is sure to beef up your sound.

There’s a pair of active sub-bass drivers for the low-end, with a set of upper bass and midrange drivers alongside a high-velocity folded ribbon tweeter that has all been designed specifically for this model.

All of these drivers have been combined with a new crossover, a subwoofer amplifier, alongside a 56-bit DSP control unit that has been built right into the loudspeaker. GoldenEar says that these new 6-inch and 10-inch active low-frequency drivers have 40 percent more surface area than the drivers that they used in the Tritton One, which come alongside a larger voice coil and a magnet for a more fuller low end.

The loudspeaker also features a sensitivity of 93.25dB along with a low end of 20Hz and a high-end of 35Hz.

The GoldenEar Triton Reference will be sold at $4,250 for each speaker, they aim to start shipping the first models in spring 2017.

You can find out more about them at the source link below.

Source: GoldenEar

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