SIGNATURE SPEAKERS

THE ART OF SOUND WITH A FRENCH TOUCH

TRIANGLE has decided to relocate part of its manufacturing process to France, with the view of producing top quality speakers utilizing the expertise and the experience of its local teams. This form of luxury craftsmanship combines the finest woodwork with TRIANGLE’s acoustic expertise.


Triangle's goal is to share the emotion of live performance, to realistically reproduce the sensation and realism of every instrument or voice. You don't just listen to a Triangle loudspeaker, you feel it.

Luxury craftsmanship

The range’s conception, and design was 100% implemented in France at TRIANGLE’s workshop in Soissons. Thanks to the experience gained from the Magellan range, TRIANGLE is currently offering a form of luxury craftsmanship with SIGNATURE, born from the passion and the work of its teams.

Each item is made and assembled with uncompromised precision to strive for manufacturing perfection and irreproachable sound.

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Technological Innovations

Over the years, TRIANGLE has developed and patented innovations, improving upon the mechanics and vibrations of loud speakers.Every driver has been entirely redesigned.A new 185cm aluminum basket with better ventilation, new version of treated paper cones to increase clarity and top quality components to benefit from greater transparency and a more refined tonal balance.Other unique technology such as the twin vent and the SPEC system play their part in making TRIANGLE’s speakers unique.

Signature Technologies

Luxury woodwork

The Signature cabinets are made from 7 high-density fiberboards of 3mm bent with a press so as to obtain an overall thickness of 21mm. This high-density cabinet helps to considerably reduce the speaker’s vibratory behavior.

The top of the cabinet is beveled at an angle of 5° to round off the edges and to better reflect light. This level of attention to the finest detail is the key of to a high quality product

In view of embellishing this woodwork and of achieving a special luster, either seven or ten coats of paint are added during production in order to reach the “piano lacquer” finish. The cabinets are carefully polished to remove any flaws before adding a new layer of paint.