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If you don't have to use in-ceilings for any reason but for overhead effects (such as those in Dolby Atmos and DTS-UHD object formats, the former just announced for home use) then you shouldn't. You want to lock the sound with the picture as much as possible.

In-ceilings are usually a last resort kind of speaker due to less than ideal room situations or if you're just doing ambient mood music in a non-critical application.
A fair amount of my decision is based on he conversation I had last time. I went back and reread some of it and basically the consensus was due to the height of the tv and where the speakers would have to be... And he'd instance we sit from he tv, ceiling speakers would be a better fit

As far as locking the sound with the picture, since these speakers are angled, I thought that this corrected that issue? Or is here some other factor that I am not taking into account?

I am not trying to be argumentative, just trying to understand and make the best decision possible as opposed to wasting money.

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A fair amount of my decision is based on he conversation I had last time. I went back and reread some of it and basically the consensus was due to the height of the tv and where the speakers would have to be... And he'd instance we sit from he tv, ceiling speakers would be a better fit

As far as locking the sound with the picture, since these speakers are angled, I thought that this corrected that issue? Or is here some other factor that I am not taking into account?

I am not trying to be argumentative, just trying to understand and make the best decision possible as opposed to wasting money.

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Only a little bit. And if you did want to move up to Atmos at some point... well, it would be really, really hard with front speakers in the ceiling as well as in-ceiling speakers that are supposed to be above you. It would totally throw off the sound stage. In-ceilings still to much of an extent become like VOG speakers whether you want them to or not.

Do you have pictures of your room?

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Only a little bit. And if you did want to move up to Atmos at some point... well, it would be really, really hard with front speakers in the ceiling as well as in-ceiling speakers that are supposed to be above you. It would totally throw off the sound stage. In-ceilings still to much of an extent become like VOG speakers whether you want them to or not.

Do you have pictures of your room?
Yep. here is the post where I posted a few pics and description. It is our master Bedroom. I will never do atmos in this room. Putting in a 5.1 setup was the limits of what my wife and I agreed on (I wanted 7.1... she was apprehensive about even putting the 55 inch tv in.

After much negotiation and concessions... 5.1 is the limit.

Initially i didn't want in ceiling speakers. I had asked about in wall ones. My concern was that the center would have to fit between the studs. Also, on the other side of the wall is the laundry room. so I am limited about building a box to mount a speaker sideways.

After a little back and forth in ceilings were mentioned as the best way to go. I am not stuck on them if I can find a better solution.

The one advantage I have with in ceiling is there is nothing but blown in insulation above the room.
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Yep. here is the post where I posted a few pics and description. It is our master Bedroom. I will never do atmos in this room. Putting in a 5.1 setup was the limits of what my wife and I agreed on (I wanted 7.1... she was apprehensive about even putting the 55 inch tv in.

After much negotiation and concessions... 5.1 is the limit.

Initially i didn't want in ceiling speakers. I had asked about in wall ones. My concern was that the center would have to fit between the studs. Also, on the other side of the wall is the laundry room. so I am limited about building a box to mount a speaker sideways.

After a little back and forth in ceilings were mentioned as the best way to go. I am not stuck on them if I can find a better solution.

The one advantage I have with in ceiling is there is nothing but blown in insulation above the room.
Ah, now I see. Go with the angled in-ceilings as others have mentioned. It's not a mission-critical room anyway and they'll be fine for your bedroom (I'm just not used to having surround systems in a bedroom setting). If this had been for a main theater I wouldn't have gone with the in-ceilings except for use as Atmos overheads.

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We'll, now to go back my original question - which would I be better off with gold omniSE or silver minimonitor?
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We'll, now to go back my original question - which would I be better off with gold omniSE or silver minimonitor?
My vote's for the Silver MiniMonitor. It seems to have better drivers.

You will need a subwoofer with either.

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BTW, where's Paul?

Dan, are you the Guy taking over for Paul?

Colorado.......Listen Up? Isn't Listen Up an Audio Video retailer?

Just curious since you post here. A LOT!
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BTW, where's Paul?

Dan, are you the Guy taking over for Paul?

Colorado.......Listen Up? Isn't Listen Up an Audio Video retailer?

Just curious since you post here. A LOT!
Just a forum member like you with a love of home theater and movies.

Paul is probably on vacation. He either retired from Triad or moved on to other things, so I'm sure he has other stuff to do than talk to us all the time (like having a life).

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Just make sure it's the Marantz that's faulty and not the B&K. If it is the Marantz that has gone bad, then all you need is another pre-amp for now (which doesn't care what ohms a speaker is rated at... that's the amplifier), not necessarily a receiver unless you don't want to spend a lot right now. What kind of budget is right for you?
Dan, thanks for all the input. After finally finding some time to troubleshoot, it was simply a connectivity issue with the amp. Everything is all good and I've got audio again. Appreciate all the suggestions and am happy no $$ needing to be spent!
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Dan, thanks for all the input. After finally finding some time to troubleshoot, it was simply a connectivity issue with the amp. Everything is all good and I've got audio again. Appreciate all the suggestions and am happy no $$ needing to be spent!
Fantastic news! If you get a chance to demo Dolby Atmos... more $$ may indeed be spent.

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Lightbulb 4ohms mixed with 8ohm speakers?

If I was to replace my Klipsch inwall THX fronts KL-7800 THX speakers which are 8ohms, with Triad Silver/4LCR inwall speakers which are 4ohms, how would they mix with the rest of my Klipsch ceiling speakers which are also 8ohms? I have an 11.2 setup.


My AVR is the Integra 70.4 which I also use with a separate Integra amp DTA 70.1

My Integra AVR 70.4 only has two settings 4 or 6 ohms. Currently its set to 6ohms for all the Klipsch speakers.

I am only powering the two rear channels from the AVR, the rest are powered from the separate amp. I do see on the rear of the amp there is also a switch to set it to 4 ohms or 6ohms.


So the question is, can I mix your three Silver/4LCR 4ohm speakers up front safely with the rest of my Klipsch 8ohm surround speakers?
If so how do I setup the AVR and the separate power amp?
Do they both get set to 4ohms?

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If I was to replace my Klipsch inwall THX fronts KL-7800 THX speakers which are 8ohms, with Triad Silver/4LCR inwall speakers which are 4ohms, how would they mix with the rest of my Klipsch ceiling speakers which are also 8ohms? I have an 11.2 setup.


My AVR is the Integra 70.4 which I also use with a separate Integra amp DTA 70.1

My Integra AVR 70.4 only has two settings 4 or 6 ohms. Currently its set to 6ohms for all the Klipsch speakers.

I am only powering the two rear channels from the AVR, the rest are powered from the separate amp. I do see on the rear of the amp there is also a switch to set it to 4 ohms or 6ohms.


So the question is, can I mix your three Silver/4LCR 4ohm speakers up front safely with the rest of my Klipsch 8ohm surround speakers?
If so how do I setup the AVR and the separate power amp?
Do they both get set to 4ohms?
I'd probably run the Triads via the DTA-70.1 and set it to the 4 ohm setting. The Klipsch's are far, far easier to drive (8 ohm and very sensitive) and would probably do just fine powered by the receiver.

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He either retired from Triad or moved on to other things, so I'm sure he has other stuff to do than talk to us all the time (like having a life).
Oh I did not know that Paul was no longer with Triad. If correct he will be missed as he was an excellent champion for the brand.
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I'd probably run the Triads via the DTA-70.1 and set it to the 4 ohm setting. The Klipsch's are far, far easier to drive (8 ohm and very sensitive) and would probably do just fine powered by the receiver.

Wow brilliant idea I had never thought of that, thank you!


Could you describe the difference I might hear, feel with using the three triads up front over the Klipsch KL7800s?
I have never heard or seen Triad speakers here in NZ, Im only going from what I read.....


I find the Klipsch kind of bright, not warm enough with the four SVS PB13 Ultras I have. I really want a better match. Something better for the fronts...


Anyone please pitch in if you can add anything here...
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Wow brilliant idea I had never thought of that, thank you!


Could you describe the difference I might hear, feel with using the three triads up front over the Klipsch KL7800s?
I have never heard or seen Triad speakers here in NZ, Im only going from what I read.....


I find the Klipsch kind of bright, not warm enough with the four SVS PB13 Ultras I have. I really want a better match. Something better for the fronts...


Anyone please pitch in if you can add anything here...
When I listened to Triad Silver speakers I found them to have a very wide, dynamic sound stage and the high frequencies were non fatiguing, laid back, and smooth. The best way I could describe them would be: "natural" and "uncolored." Great for listening to music for extended periods. Dialog was clear and easy to understand. I find most consumer grade Klipsch speakers to be harsh and grating and irritating to listen to after a few minutes... like nails on a chalkboard. The sound is quite colored and it only gets worse as you raise the volume to "movie listening" levels.

With the debut of object based surround like Dolby Atmos, my advice would be to upgrade your surrounds to matching Silver monopole in-walls as well, so you have proper timbre matching. Triad should be showing new Atmos friendly speaker models at the CEDIA Expo in September, so it might be worth waiting for these announcements.

I believe you would be quite happy with a switch to the Triad brand... and no, I didn't get paid to state this.
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Speaking of Atmos, one step closer with base for ceiling cloud done........

More sanding, staining, filling knot holes in Knotty Alder.......home for six new Triads.....




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Wait.

Triad is coming out with new Atmos speakers and not just the kind that Pioneer and Onkyo are offering. More info should be forthcoming at CEDIA.

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Wait.

Triad is coming out with new Atmos speakers and not just the kind that Pioneer and Onkyo are offering. More info should be forthcoming at CEDIA.
Not necessarily going to work in my room............have had direct contact with Triad who have been in communique with Dolby. Looks like I may be looking at custom Silver LCR's in my room to match my 6 Silver LCR's and 3 Gold LCR's. Big question is will ther be enough depth in ceiling cloud to accommodate the minimum depth required to do so. We shall see.....

Atmos is still a mystery.......but info is leaking out ever sooooo slowly.
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Not necessarily going to work in my room............have had direct contact with Triad who have been in communique with Dolby. Looks like I may be looking at custom Silver LCR's in my room to match my 6 Silver LCR's and 3 Gold LCR's. Big question is will ther be enough depth in ceiling cloud to accommodate the minimum depth required to do so. We shall see.....

Atmos is still a mystery.......but info is leaking out ever sooooo slowly.
Well, since they pretty much build to order... it sounds like they already have Dolby approved schematics for Atmos friendly speakers, so definitely see what they can do to meet your needs. Just so long as they're timbre matched to what you have currently.

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Hey guys, how much do the on wall Mini LCR speakers go for typically?

And when you do want to order custom sizes, how much does it typically cost for each speaker? Do they charge by 1/4 inch?

I have been trying to get pricing and emailed a few people that carry them but have not got any responses back.

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Hey guys, how much do the on wall Mini LCR speakers go for typically?

And when you do want to order custom sizes, how much does it typically cost for each speaker? Do they charge by 1/4 inch?

I have been trying to get pricing and emailed a few people that carry them but have not got any responses back.

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There was a complete price list in this thread a few months ago. These are the new 2014 prices.

Custom sizes were not specified but you can at least get a sense of the base price for all models.

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Not necessarily going to work in my room............have had direct contact with Triad who have been in communique with Dolby. Looks like I may be looking at custom Silver LCR's in my room to match my 6 Silver LCR's and 3 Gold LCR's. Big question is will ther be enough depth in ceiling cloud to accommodate the minimum depth required to do so. We shall see.....

Atmos is still a mystery.......but info is leaking out ever sooooo slowly.
Very cool that you have been able to get info directly from Triad and Dolby to help with your planning.

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There was a complete price list in this thread a few months ago. These are the new 2014 prices.

Custom sizes were not specified but you can at least get a sense of the base price for all models.
Yeah, that is essentially what i want. Just an idea of the pricing. Do you know what page it is on?
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If I was to replace my Klipsch inwall THX fronts KL-7800 THX speakers which are 8ohms, with Triad Silver/4LCR inwall speakers which are 4ohms, how would they mix with the rest of my Klipsch ceiling speakers which are also 8ohms? I have an 11.2 setup.


My AVR is the Integra 70.4 which I also use with a separate Integra amp DTA 70.1

My Integra AVR 70.4 only has two settings 4 or 6 ohms. Currently its set to 6ohms for all the Klipsch speakers.

I am only powering the two rear channels from the AVR, the rest are powered from the separate amp. I do see on the rear of the amp there is also a switch to set it to 4 ohms or 6ohms.


So the question is, can I mix your three Silver/4LCR 4ohm speakers up front safely with the rest of my Klipsch 8ohm surround speakers?
If so how do I setup the AVR and the separate power amp?
Do they both get set to 4ohms?
Those switches for impedance selection simply limit the power output. They put them in as a caveat and stopgap.

To keep operating temps low, they work. To unleash the full power of your gear, they get in the way. Ymmv.

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And, frankly, while I like Klipsch, they have such different tonal, dispersion, and sensitivity characteristics from Triad's that I would do all or nothing, if it were me.

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He retired several years ago, but until recently was still so involved with the community it was hard to tell!

Although I miss his input, I am sort of happy to think he might be really enjoying the great outdoors, biking, and a well earned retirement.

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Hey guys, how much do the on wall Mini LCR speakers go for typically?

And when you do want to order custom sizes, how much does it typically cost for each speaker? Do they charge by 1/4 inch?

I have been trying to get pricing and emailed a few people that carry them but have not got any responses back.

Thanks
Custom size change for the speaker it's self costs a little more. Custom grills are expensive.

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Custom size change for the speaker it's self costs a little more. Custom grills are expensive.
Ok, how much do the Mini LCRs go for without custom sizing? I just want to know if they are in my price range or not.
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Ok, how much do the Mini LCRs go for without custom sizing? I just want to know if they are in my price range or not.
The retail price (from the PDF sheet posted here earlier this year) is $500/ea for the InRoom/InWall4/InCeiling8/OnWall LCR.

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Originally Posted by 04rex View Post
Yeah, that is essentially what i want. Just an idea of the pricing. Do you know what page it is on?
MSRP for the OnWall Mini:

1.0 $500
2.0 $1000
3.0 $1500
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