Welcome to the latest GoldenEar newsletter. In this issue we're answering some of the most common questions we get from owners and that show up on the GoldenEar forums. Check'em out and see if you already knew the answers.

The reaction to the SuperSub XXL and forthcoming SuperSub X has been terrific. And we're still selling the ForceField sub line as well. Wondering why we have two different subwoofer groups? Read on to find out the differences.

In Sandy's Place, Sandy shares one of his other great passions: automobiles.

As always, we hope you'll find this stuff interesting and informative. And don't forget, we truly value your thoughts and feedback concerning these newsletters. Shoot us an e-mail at and let us know what you're thinking.

Happy listening,

The GoldenEar Team
Common Questions Sent in by GoldenEar Owners
One Dolby Atmos recommended speaker setup

We get questions from GoldenEar owners regarding lots of audio related topics. Click the link below to read the ones that seem to come up fairly regularly.

ForceField or SuperSub; Which is Right for You? 
 The SuperSub XXL and the New SuperSub X

You may have noticed that GoldenEar now has two distinct series of subwoofers. The ForceField series, our first line of powered subs, has garnered quite a following in the press and with many happy GoldenEar owners. Recently we introduced the new new SuperSub series with the XXL being the first member. And now we will begin shipping the second member of the series, the SuperSub X. Why do we have these two different series?

Sandy's Place - Other Interests that Stir My Passion: Automobiles
In addition to audio, music and art, I have had a longstanding interest in automobiles, both finely engineered cars intended for the streets, as well as exotic race cars. I suppose that this evolved out of my slot car racing endeavors, although one might say that my slot car endeavors evolved out of my interest in cars. I remember in the mid 1960s, my father got us tickets and pit passes for the US Grand Prix at Watkins Glen, and we spent most of the race sitting on the pit wall as Jim Clark and Graham Hill cruised into the pits just a couple feet from our dangling legs.
Nowadays, my passion for cars is fully indulged every summer when we go out to Monterey for car week.

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