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GoldenEar Technology - Aon 3 - Ultra-High Performance Bookshelf Monitor


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Aon 3 - Ultra-High Performance Bookshelf Monitor


GoldenEar Technology’s Aon 3 is an exceptionally compact super-crisp bookshelf speaker originally developed for use in professional mixing applications. That’s a testament to its crystal clarity if anything is! GoldenEar designers visualized the creation of a relatively small shelf or stand-mountable speaker that would still give audiophiles the accurate mega-HD sound output and superior three-dimensional imaging we crave—the same sound quality level of the award-winning Triton Two Towers. This little guy can deliver a remarkably satisfying listening experience without the need for a separate subwoofer, which is good news for those of us who need to save some space.

The Aon 3 incorporates the well-loved GoldenEar-designed cast-basket bass/midrange drivers with technology derived from the midrange units developed for the Tritons. It uses the same extraordinary High Velocity Folded Ribbon radiator also boasted by the famous Tritons. Two side-mounted planar low-frequency radiators in a dynamically balanced configuration load the bass/midrange drivers for an open, box-less midrange, while contributing to the Aon’s remarkably extended bass.

The Aon is of a truncated pyramidal construction, which results in significant performance advantages due to the non-parallel cabinet walls and the reduced baffle area around the tweeter. Aesthetically, its sleek, attractive pyramid-inspired shape combined with appealing design details including piano-gloss black end-caps, results in a beautiful speaker, both elegant and distinctive.

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