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Triangle's Trio is also one of the largest – and the flashiest standmount speakers, with its curved cabinetwork, the multi-hued part-external horn-loaded tweeter that protrudes above the top panel, and the shiny flared front port. The Trio is the smallest of three stereo pairs that make up Triangle's mid-market Genese range, designed to take some of features introduced in the upmarket Magellan models, make them available at lower cost and bridge the gap between the Magellans and the vinyl-covered budget Esprit EX models. A generous-sized two-way standmount, based on a 160-millimetre bass/mid driver, this Trio has much in common with Triangle's more costly Magellan Duetto SW2. While the deep front panel is high gloss black, the rest of the enclosure is attractively finished in a real wood veneer, stained to give a mahogany effect. The curved sides are fatter in the middle than at the front and back, so internal reflections are well distributed, standing wave focus is diluted and increasing stiffness. The driver line-up consists of a 160mm bass/mid driver with a 118mm flared paper cone, a fixed 'bullet' pole-piece extension and a high excursion rubber roll surround.
By MaximumPC, published 11-11-2011
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