GoldenEar Technology released its latest pair of passive speakers at CES 2019. The Triton One.Rs have been designed to be portable, which has been less expensive versions than the brand’s flagship Triton Reference ($8000+).
The cabinet was made out of a multi-density medite. The baffle’s distinct narrowness was made to minimise diffraction, while the sides of the speaker and separate internal enclosure housing the upper-bass/midrange drivers are unparallel in order to minimise internal reflections.
The Triton One.Rs comes with a 1600-watt powered subwoofers, with 56-bit digital signal processing that GoldenEar Technology claims it can use to flatten and extend the bass response further than is possible from a passive bass section.
With Three 5in x 9in long-throw subwoofers are coupled with four 7in x 10in quadratic planar infrasonic radiators are balanced with both on each side in order to reduce cabinet movement.
GoldenEar Technology has a balanced the crossover, with components on both sides of the drivers for an allegedly improved sound.
It also comes with new 5.25in upper bass/midrange drivers that utilise the magnet structure built for the Triton Reference, with the flagship’s High Velocity Folded Ribbon tweeter is present in the new model, too.
The Triton One.Rs, costs $2999, it comes in piano black lacquer and are shipping now.