Dear Gents and Ladies,
I will greatly appreciate your advice to get best in-ceiling speakers.
I was suggested to go with THX Ultra-2 speakers for 5.1 home theatre.
It is not a separate HT room - The floor is open concept and the area is shared with dining and kitchen.
Speakers must be in-ceiling.
Please advise for the case when money is not an issue.
I looked around and found Polk Audio RTS100 and Klipsch KS-7502-THX:
It seems that both products were release quite a while ago so I am not sure.
Also, Polk RTS100 peaker is not quite seamless in ceiling and you can see a "cone" which I do not like. On another hand, Klipsch KS-7502-THX speaker is not angled and I feel it may be a problem to direct the sound towards listening position.
Some people recommend going with Paradigm Signature in ceiling.
Though I somehow feel that several drivers are better that a single driver (that what Paradigm Signature in-ceiling has).
There are also pretty expensive B&W square in-ceiling speakers which I have been considering:
,but it is not mentioned that they are THX Ultra-2 speakers.
Additionally, I came across Sonance cinema speakers: LCR1S and LCR.5S
, But it is also not mentioned that they are THX Ultra-2 speakers.
How important is it to have in-ceiling speakers to be THX Ultra-2 speakers?
I will greatly appreciate your help here.
Thank you so much for your help!