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post #1 of 9 Old 02-17-2009, 09:38 PM - Thread Starter
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Anyone heard of TruAudio speakers? I did a search but did not find much. I have the B-631 in wall's and was wondering if they are any good?

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What do you think of them?
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I don't know, they look decent. I should have mentioned in the post I have not installed them or have heard them. Got them for free.

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I just had a local HT guy out to give me a quote on installing two surround sound speakers in my ceiling, and he seemed to like them, was trying to sell me a $499 pair. They made of woven carbon fiber, and some have titanium and some have aluminum swivels.

A very good product I would say, what models did you get for FREE?
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A box with a pair of B-631, and a pair of WA-8. Ill see if I take some pictures tommorow.
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Here are some pic's. I tested them with my Denon 4306 and they sounded pretty good for being outside the wall (I know you cant really test them outside). I am hoping they are going to sound way better inside the wall. I am going to give them to my uncle since I already have an all Martin Logan system.

The weird looking B-631's.


WA-8 (I can tell these are going to sound good)


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Her's the blurb on the B-631 from Truaudio web site

http://www.truaudio.com/product-pop/pop-b-631.htm

Carbona not glue.
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Yeah, thanks. I had seen the link already but wanted some real world feedback.
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TruAudio speakers are phenomenal....they are used in some of the most luxurious homes across the US and world wide. Even though there are not a lot of write-ups on them, doesn't mean they aren't a kick ass product.

Their "Ghost" series in-ceiling speakers are remarkable and they also have killer in-wall and hometheater speakers too. They've even got a custom line of speakers for the ultra-specific clients that want a certain look and acoustics to fit a room, etc.

An extensive network of TruAudio dealers across the USA can give folks that are interested an overview of the most up-to-date product line as requested.









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