Already being hailed as incredible value is GoldenEar Technology's brand new Triton One.R which is based on the brand's flagship speaker, the Triton Reference.
Now available in Australia for $11,500 RRP, the 54" tall Triton One.R will be displayed for the very first time.
The new speaker's upgraded technology includes a 56 bit DSP engine for the powered sub, a fully balanced crossover design, high-end film capacitors, advanced cabinet design, and much more.
The Triton One .R's built-in subwoofer section is powered by a 1600 watt GoldenEar SuperSub digital amplifier. The amp drives three newly designed racetrack-shaped active subwoofer drivers with massive magnet structures, coupled to dual (per side) side-mounted 7" x 10" quadratic planar infrasonic bass radiators to extend the low-frequency response.
These are inertially balanced (two on each side) to minimise cabinet movement, for more detailed sound. The two 5.25" upper-bass/midrange drivers with GoldenEar's proprietary Multi-Vaned Phase Plug (MVPP™) are also new, incorporating a cone utilising a special formulation of polypropylene and the new focused field magnet structure developed for the Triton Reference.
The drivers are housed in dual discreet midrange chambers, arranged in a D'Appolito array surrounding the extraordinary GoldenEar Reference High-Gauss High-Velocity Folded Ribbon (HVFR™) tweeter, the same as used in the Triton Reference. This new design incorporates 50% more neodymium magnet material than previous units, for higher efficiency and greater control.
The gorgeous cabinet is painstakingly finished in a hand-rubbed piano black lacquer. It presents itself as an exquisite, sleek, ultra-high-performance lifestyle loudspeaker that delivers extraordinary sound quality comparable with speakers selling for many times the Triton One .R's asking price.
The One.R will be teamed with the all-new Parasound P6 preamp ($2995 RRP) which follows on from the award-winning P5 but with several significant upgrades including new Sabre reference DAC, new Burr-Brown volume control and much more.
Powering the speakers will be the new Parasound Halo JC5 dual-mono stereo amplifier with a massive 400 watts RMS per Channel into 8 ohms. National AV says this represents the best value high-end amplifier at the show at $10,995, so an audition is recommended.
Also on display in Room M7 will be the beautiful Brodmann Vienna series speakers ($17,500 RRP) which will be alternating each hour for presentations.
Sources will include a Melco music server and TIDAL streaming.
National AV will also have on display many new Parasound products including the Halo Integrated ($5995), JC3 Jr phono pre ($2995), A23 Plus ($2895) and the new Classic 200 integrated amp ($2495).
Be sure to drop into Room M7 on Level 1 of the Pullman Atrium. The StereoNET show opens at noon on Friday, 18th October and concludes at 5 PM on Sunday, at the Pullman Hotel, Albert Park.20th October