"The SuperCenter reproduced the actors' dialog with exceptional clarity and easily revealed nuances and emotions in their voices."
- Robert Kozel, Secrets of Home Theater
The GoldenEar SuperCenters are high performance center channel speakers appropriate for the highest quality home theater systems. They are designed to perfectly complement and match our Triton Towers and Aon Bookshelf loudspeakers, both sonically and cosmetically. Their sophisticated industrial design is both attractive and functional, both minimizing their apparent size as well as enhancing their acoustic performance.
The largest and highest performance model, the SuperCenter Reference, incorporates a D'Appolito Array of four of our newly developed long-throw 5-1/4" bass/midrange drivers with Focused Field magnet structures surrounding one of our signature Reference High Velocity Folded Ribbon (HVFR) tweeters. It also utilizes three top-mounted pressure-coupled quadratic planar low frequency radiators that both extend the bass response as well as provide the bass/midrange drivers with ideal acoustic loading and damping. Since the top-mounted passive radiators put out a very low frequency pressure wave, they only require an inch or two of clearance above them so they can be placed in cabinets/wall units if. Sonically, the SuperCenters offer the same lifelike, highly detailed, high-resolution, smooth, open, boxless sound quality that our SuperSat centers are famous for, but with additional low frequency extension and greater power handling capacity for greater dynamic range and impact.
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