Triangle say that the new EZ series is a celebration of the 20th anniversary of their Esprit range.
They add that the Esprit Ez Series is a lively and dynamic loudspeaker that draws the listener into the musical experience.
The design is sleek and modern and available in a number of finishes with the drivers being highlighted by aluminium trims and with no visible screws. The whole speaker sits on a glass pedestal that has adjustable spikes and I imagine they’d look great in most homes.
The speakers feature a new mid range driver constructed from natural cellulose that reduces weight and increases rigidity. The diameter of the midrange has also been increased to give a smoother transition between the tweeter and the woofer.
The tweeter will be familiar to those who know Triangle loudspeakers as it’s a moulded horn with phase plug. It combines a titanium dome with a compression chamber and is of high efficiency.
There are 4 speakers in the range: the Voce EZ central speaker, Titus EZ (from €350) two way bookshelf, GAIA EZ floorstander and the top of the range Antal EZ (from €1000) floorstander. Prices are dependent on finish but it seems you get a lot of speaker for your money!
We currently have a pair of Triangle’s Signature Alpha loudspeakers in for review so watch this space for our thoughts!