- Written by Carlo Lo Raso
- Published on 12 March 2014
Conclusions about the GoldenEar Triton Seven Home Theater Speaker System
In case you hadn't figured it out yet, I really enjoyed my time with the Triton Sevens. What GoldenEar has on their hands here is nothing short of impressive. The entry level speaker to their Triton line doesn't come off as any sort of value play or afterthought in the range but is, in fact, a well-rounded performer in its own right. It incorporates some of the same technologies from its larger brothers as well as some bespoke drivers and ideas that give it an identity of its own. They convey a sonic personality that is smooth, musical and impactful. All this in a package small enough to strain the definition of what we commonly consider a tower speaker. On their own, they make an excellent anchor for a two channel hi-fidelity system. The Triton Seven's quality midrange reproduction does justice to all manner of vocals it encounters, while the unique tweeter lends a smooth and effortless sound to most instruments, particularly strings. And its bass capabilities are enough to satisfy most critical listeners save for those that are certified "bass-a-holics." When combined with the SuperCenterXL, ForceField 5 and surrounding SuperSat 3s, you have one hell of a home theater system whose overall performance is far more than just the sum of its parts. Its sound will stun your friends, frighten your pets and make your children giggle with excitement. All this without having your spouse regard you crossly at your system's visual excess. Hat tip to you Mr. Gross and your merry band of speaker makers. Carry on with your fine works.