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What are the dimensions of the shipping box? Trying to see if a pair would fit in my station wagon.
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Hey for new speakers you have to be willing to rent a truck whatever it takes!!!
Oh, I'm more than willing to do what it takes. But if they fit in my vehicle, then I can avoid the rental hassle.
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oh, i'm more than willing to do what it takes. But if they fit in my vehicle, then i can avoid the rental hassle.
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So Ediddy what's the word man, so far what do you think? How do the one's compare to the two's and seven's so far?
I really wish I could have held on to my triton 2s until the 1s arrived but it wasn't meant to be. I still haven't had time to listen to a lot of things but I put in some music and a couple of movie clips that I have listened to a bunch of times. Based off of that the depth of sound and the clarity are off the charts. The mid bass has even more punch and helps fill out the sound spectrum. I put on a scene from Star Trek with the enterprise takes off into space and my friend looked at me like OMG! This guy has definitive tech speakers and emo amps and he said he'd never heard anything like that.

I had about 2 - 3 months between my 1s and 2s in which I didn't watch any movies. I will spend a big chunk of my time this weekend catching up!

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I really wish I could have held on to my triton 2s until the 1s arrived but it wasn't meant to be. I still haven't had time to listen to a lot of things but I put in some music and a couple of movie clips that I have listened to a bunch of times. Based off of that the depth of sound and the clarity are off the charts. The mid bass has punch and helps fill out the sound spectrum. I put on a scene from Star Trek with the enterprise takes off into space and my friend looked at me like OMG! This guy has definitive tech speakers and emo amps and he said he'd never heard anything like that.

I had about 2 - 3 months between my 1s and 2s in which I didn't watch any movies. I will spend a big chunk of my time this weekend catching up!
Hi, Yes Ones are landing, and everyone seems thrilled (me too). We have shipped out the first batch, with the next set to go next week. As you may imagine, the backorder was extraordinary, so, at this point, all speakers on order won't ship in August, some in September, depending on the dealer order date. But the good news is they are flowing, finally. As the adage goes, all good things are worth waiting for. ENJOY!!!!! All the Best, Sandy
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Hi, Yes Ones are landing, and everyone seems thrilled (me too). We have shipped out the first batch, with the next set to go next week. As you may imagine, the backorder was extraordinary, so, at this point, all speakers on order won't ship in August, some in September, depending on the dealer order date. But the good news is they are flowing, finally. As the adage goes, all good things are worth waiting for. ENJOY!!!!! All the Best, Sandy
Thanks Sandy. Stereo Plus and Design in Orleans near Ottawa told me that I should have my pair this week or next, which is their best guess. I was hoping they would get them in today for the weekend! Has their shipment left the warehouse or has it been relegated to the September shipment?
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Thanks Sandy. Stereo Plus and Design in Orleans near Ottawa told me that I should have my pair this week or next, which is their best guess. I was hoping they would get them in today for the weekend! Has their shipment left the warehouse or has it been relegated to the September shipment?
Hi, Your Triton Ones are scheduled for the mid-September shipment. Your dealer has been right on top of it and, in fact, had an email from Jason yesterday trying to speed things up. Sorry for the delay, but I am confident that you will be thrilled and agree that it is worth the wait. All the Best, Sandy
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Hi Sandy! It's great to see you on the forums, I guess as close as I will get to talking to you in person

I have two local places that sell your outstanding speakers Stereo East in Frisco, TX and Audio Concepts in Dallas, TX. Both are great places for listening (and buying) Golden Ears.

I just purchased the 2's not to long ago and not sure if I want to move onto the 1's. What is your take or advantage of moving up? Too you, is the price increase worth the jump? I am sure if I was staring over again, I would spring for the 1's.

My habits are 75% movies/video games/TV and 25% music.

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First Generation Builds

What is everyone's take on purchasing the first batch or first couple batches of the Triton 1's ? I am a stickler for build quality and have a eye for noticing changes made during the life cycle in cars and electronics sometimes only a couple of months in production. Do people here feel there is any benefit to waiting 6 months or a year ?
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What is everyone's take on purchasing the first batch or first couple batches of the Triton 1's ? I am a stickler for build quality and have a eye for noticing changes made during the life cycle in cars and electronics sometimes only a couple of months in production. Do people here feel there is any benefit to waiting 6 months or a year ?
The only thing that might go wrong with a first batch of speakers like this is if they sourced a bad amplifier. Assuming all goes well with that, there's not much that can go wrong, many of the drivers are used in other Triton speakers, possibly the crossovers too. Therefore a lot of it is well known.

A speaker isn't anything like a car, or receiver or a certain on-line company's processors, which are guaranteed to have major bugs for the first year or so. Speakers have no firmware that will be updated or anything like that. Presumably the components were stress tested well beyond normal limits in the development process, so they'll likely hold up well from the very first batch.

Go back and look at the posts during the release of the Triton Two, if that went well you can rest assured the Triton One will be a safe purchase.
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Hi Sandy! It's great to see you on the forums, I guess as close as I will get to talking to you in person

I have two local places that sell your outstanding speakers Stereo East in Frisco, TX and Audio Concepts in Dallas, TX. Both are great places for listening (and buying) Golden Ears.

I just purchased the 2's not to long ago and not sure if I want to move onto the 1's. What is your take or advantage of moving up? Too you, is the price increase worth the jump? I am sure if I was staring over again, I would spring for the 1's.

My habits are 75% movies/video games/TV and 25% music.

Anyway, thanks again for your speakers...and help
How big is your room? That will be a major factor...
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Some how managed to fit them into the lady's RX350. Once I have them unboxed I will compare them against the Triton 2 I have set up. Spent a hour at the dealer listening the 1's, significant improvement in the low and mid range to my ears.
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Hi, Yes Ones are landing, and everyone seems thrilled (me too). We have shipped out the first batch, with the next set to go next week. As you may imagine, the backorder was extraordinary, so, at this point, all speakers on order won't ship in August, some in September, depending on the dealer order date. But the good news is they are flowing, finally. As the adage goes, all good things are worth waiting for. ENJOY!!!!! All the Best, Sandy
Sandy - thanks for posting . I just got a email from Rick at Audio Alternative and he said his batch was shipping on Monday so I can expect to get them Friday.

Glad your shipments are finally flowing and all the initial reviews have been great.

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13' x 18' with 12' ceilings. Decided I am not going to upgrade. I feel I would benefit more from purchasing ceiling speakers for Atmos than upgrading to the one's. I mean...the two's kick so much @$$!!

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I'm starting to think about moving from my NHT T5s to a set of GE Titan 1's. Im assuming the jump would be pretty noticeable?

I know the GE website says pretty much any of their speakers will work as surrounds, but is there a series that is better match with the 1s? Id love to do in wall, but its probably too late. Im currently using nht L5s for all 4 surrounds.

Thx.

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I'm starting to think about moving from my NHT T5s to a set of GE Titan 1's. Im assuming the jump would be pretty noticeable?

I know the GE website says pretty much any of their speakers will work as surrounds, but is there a series that is better match with the 1s? Id love to do in wall, but its probably too late. Im currently using nht L5s for all 4 surrounds.

Thx.
The sevens would be great - but if you want wall mount then the Supersat 60s would be a great match:

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I use SuperSat 50s for my surrounds sides/backs, wides, and front heights. Which run with my Triton 2's and XL center. They match very very well.

Man, if you could pull off SuperSat 60s for all your surrounds...that would be awesome!!

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I use SuperSat 50s for my surrounds sides/backs, wides, and front heights. Which run with my Triton 2's and XL center. They match very very well.

Man, if you could pull off SuperSat 60s for all your surrounds...that would be awesome!!
I have one SuperSat50c - if I use it for surrounds or rears - should I mount horizontally or vertically?

Also, how would I setup my AVR to use just on SS50C for rear?

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That's a good question. I have a pair of SuperSat 50c's and they are mounted horizontally for my front height speakers (the 50's would not fit for this application). The rest are all 50's set up vertically (surround side and backs and wides).

Not sure how the 50c's would sound set up vertically. Might not be so crucial as they are for surrounds, put I am no expert. Might just have to test them both ways and see if it works out in your room. That's the fun part about this hobby, experimenting

The other thing I did was buy two pairs of the Def Tech ProMount 80's. On each of my (not the wides or heights) surround side and surround back 50s, I used only one mount for each speaker at hang from the top. This let my surrounds point down at the main listening position only by 2". This effect gave a phantom over-head sound then when I had mounted the surrounds (side and backs) flat up agains the wall. Like when plane, helicopters, missiles, bullets, rain, people walking over head. Adding the two inch tilt did not take anything away from the diffused effect you get from surrounds. In other words the sounds were not localized but diffused as they should be.

What height for each surround speaker you ask? The tweeter is right at my ear level when I am standing next to each speaker and I am 6' 1".

Also with the Def Tech ProMount's I am able to toe in the surround backs to aim at the main listening position.

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I know your manual could tell you more than I can but...I am sure you could just place your speakers in the back of your room and plug them into your AVR as side surrounds.

Then let Audyssey adjust the deals and trims for those speakers. But I would read the owners manual first

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I know your manual could tell you more than I can but...I am sure you could just place your speakers in the back of your room and plug them into your AVR as side surrounds.

Then let Audyssey adjust the deals and trims for those speakers. But I would read the owners manual first
Sorry, I wasn't clear - I have only 1 SS50C, and want to use it as a single rear speaker.
How would I set that up so it received both Right-Rear and Left-Rear?
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Looks like your receiver does Dolby EX (6.1). Not sure which terminals you would use on the back of the AVR and I am sure your owners manual would tell you.

I would suggest setting the 50C up horizontally if you are using it in the application.

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How would I set that up so it received both Right-Rear and Left-Rear?



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Looks like your receiver does Dolby EX (6.1). Not sure which terminals you would use on the back of the AVR and I am sure your owners manual would tell you.

I would suggest setting the 50C up horizontally if you are using it in the application.
thanks- I just checked the manual - there seems to be an option to declare whether the rear is one or two speakers.
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New Supercinema 3D XL

Does anyone have info about the new Supercinema 3D XL that I believe is due to ship soon? I heard it at CES this past January and thought the sound was outstanding. I have an application that pretty much dictates a soundbar and looking for the best sound I can get on a reasonable (around $1 - 2k) speaker budget, which includes a small sub and in ceiling rears.
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I have the Supercinema 3D with the Force Field 3 and love it. If you want good sound with a limited foot print this is the way to go.
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Some how managed to fit them into the lady's RX350. Once I have them unboxed I will compare them against the Triton 2 I have set up. Spent a hour at the dealer listening the 1's, significant improvement in the low and mid range to my ears.
My Ones were due this week but just got word they are hung up in customs

Think I will do the same with my setup - great idea. My dealer does not have the Ones yet you are lucky to get to try them out.

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Hey freddy202022! Did you get a chance to listen to the 1's next to the 2's? Would love to hear your thoughts.

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