I'm planning a new theater room and am leaning heavily towards the in-wall Triad Gold/6 LCR's up front. The room will be fairly small, 16 W x 21 L x 10 H.
I believe the Triad's will fill the room without difficulty. My real question is with the side speakers and rear speakers. Because one of the walls will be an exterior wall, I was planning on building in columns, hiding a bookshelf speaker in it. Which brings me to my question, will the timber matching be exact (by exact I mean no human could hear the difference) between the in-wall Gold/6 and the on-wall Gold surrounds or should I put in-wall's all around?
I know this question may seem a bit anal to some, but this will be my final home theater for my lifetime, and I want it as near perfect as I can get it.
Why is there NO perfect equipment, only compromises?