About a year ago speaker veteran Sandy Gross launches a new company, GoldenEar. Because his designs have been the center of so many successful speaker brands, many people in the industry had high hopes for what the speaker boss would do next.
The results didn’t disappoint. The company’s first products, the Triton Two tower speakers, TritonCinemas and SuperCinema satellite system won instant praise.
Now, a year after the launch, the company is expanding with a powerful, but compact, bookshelf model as well as an architectural speaker for installation in ceilings and walls.
After sitting in on a listening session, we got Gross to talk about the new products:
Grant Clauser has been covering home electronics for more than 10 years with editorial roles in several consumer and trade magazines. He's done ISF-level damage to hundreds of reviewed products and has had training from THX, the Home Acoustics Alliance, Control4 and Sencore. His latest book is Necessary Myths. Follow him on Twitter @geclauser.
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