GoldenEar Technology Showcase at Class A Audio

Posted on 20th April, 2016

GoldenEar Technology Showcase at Class A Audio

Melbourne's Class A Audio, one of the upcoming specialist outlets for all things HiFi are extending an invitation to join them Sunday 29th May for a showcase of GoldenEar Techology and their products.

In conjunction with Australian distributor, Kedcorp, National Manager Michael DiMeglio told StereoNET of their new range:

GoldenEar’s founders and their engineering team have literally hundreds of years of combined experience the results are truly superior loudspeaker systems that will disappear and the sound will seem to float in the air with tremendously lifelike height, width and depth.

GoldenEar Technology say they have made “High-End Affordable” and believe they offer the best in home theatre and musical performance. The Triton Tower loudspeakers are the perfect example of this.

The sleek, black towers are sonically balanced to create an awe-inspiring music system or home theatre system when combined with other GoldenEar Technology speakers.

Class A Audio's facility consists of multiple, acoustically treated demonstration spaces with hundreds of products on display or available for demonstration. Sunday 29th May will take you through a day of HiFi discovery, sharing the ultimate music enjoyment with the complete range of GoldenEar Technology speakers.

Light refreshments and drinks will be served throughout the day, kicking off at 10:00AM.

You will need to email Class A Audio or send them a direct message on StereoNET to reserve your spot however.

For more information visit Class A Audio.

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Marc Rushton

StereoNET’s Founder & Publisher and still buried deep in the review room auditioning everything from docks to soundbars, amplifiers and headphones. Marc is also the founder of the annual International HiFi Show.

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Posted in: Hi-Fi Home Theatre
Tags: kedcorp  goldenear  class a audio