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Pinnacle Classic Gold Tower

Pinnacle Classic Gold Tower
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5 reviews

Dec, 2017

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Pinnacle Classic Gold Towers


So I discovered EBAY has stereo equipment and bought a pair of Bose 601's Meanwhile I bid $120 on these and nobody else bid. I really didn't know them but saw good reviews. This is an incredible speaker. I am using an 18 year old NAD amp with 50 watts...

Vocals, precision, dynamic range, staging

If you like wood you have to learn to like vinyl. Redecorate around these beauties

Apr, 2006

Consumer review by: talon160db (

Pinnacle Classic Gold Towers


I bought these speakers from a local audio shop for $798 for the pair (this is before I was big into ebay). They are the first REAL speakers I have owned. They were worth every penny. The bass is incredible for 8 inch woofers. And keep in mind, the...

Great Bass and highs. Very efficient and powerful


Dec, 2003

Consumer review by: Steve in Az (

Pinnacle Classic Gold Towers


After having these speakers for more than a year, I can suggest some set-up ideas. Try placing them at least 24" from any side obstruction and 8" from the back wall with 1" of toe-in on each side. Place them around 8-10' apart for best soundstaging....

get better with age- deep, distortion free bass- intricate highs/mids

cheesy finish

Sep, 2002

Consumer review by: Udo Dirkschnieder (

Pinnacle Classic Gold Towers


This is an update to my previous post. I've now had these speakers for about a year and in 3 different listening areas. I've decided I like them more now than I did before. I still think the midrange could be better, and for the life of me, I can't...

Bass, even though the woofer frames aren't cast, It's tight. High's stay "airy" even at high voulume, which I is where I usually am

Could be just a tad more present in the midrange. They are sensitive to room placement. They need to be away from the wall. (Not really a weakness, just an observation)

Aug, 2002

Consumer review by: Brian (

Pinnacle Classic Gold Towers


I'm driving these with a single Carver 65WPC amp and Carver tuner/pre-amp. I have a Nakamichi deck, Carver CD and an old (yet very good) Hitachi turntable. The only complaint I have about these speakers is the upper bass and midrange seem a bit weak....



Nov, 2001

Product Specifications

The Pinnacle Classic Gold Tower has quickly become the new standard by which full sized tower speakers are judged. Sheer depth & power are met by sparkling clarity throughout the audio spectrum. Pinnacle has achieved these performance standards with its "balanced theater" approach. Two of Pinnacle's finest 8" long throw woofers are driven through the unique Split Shelving crossover network and vented by three Diaduct Bass Accelerator ports for maximum bass. Perfect balance is achieved by way of Pinnacle's exclusive 1" Gold Dome tweeter. It is equipped with a special double tuned chamber and impedance suppression network. The result is superb highs and midrange clarity, even at the highest theater volume levels. For added flexibility Pinnacle has included biamp terminals. The bottom woofer can then be driven separately (as a built in subwoofer) if so desired. Solid Brass Isolation Cones are also included for effective cabinet de-coupling to ensure tight bass performance. The Pinnacle Classic Gold Tower will deliver all the sound you need with more precision than you thought possible.