I'm looking for advice regarding how to best configure some pre-owned Triad in-ceiling speakers I recently purchased. I have 2x InCeiling Gold 6/Omni (older model non-SEs) and 1x InCeiling Silver 6/MiniMonitor. The speakers will be used strictly for music as part of a multi-room system. There will be no subwoofer in this room, so the speakers will be configured to run full range. The speakers will be powered by a NAD C356BEE integrated amp rated at 80 watts into 8 or 4 ohms. I am considering the following options:
Option 1: Install 2x InCeiling Gold 6/Omni.
Option 2: Purchase an additional InCeiling Silver 6/MiniMonitor and install 2x InCeiling Silver 6/MiniMonitor.
From my research, I gather that the drivers in the Silver MiniMonitor are superior to those in the Gold 6/Omni, but that there may be some concern with the power handling of the Silver MiniMonitor when run full range. Which of the two options would likely yield a better sounding setup for this application? If the listening levels are fairly moderate, is there any reason to be concerned about the power handling of the Silver MiniMonitors when used with the NAD amp? I'm aware that Triad designs its speaker to be used with a subwoofer, so I'm not expecting perfection but only to optimize what I have available.
Thanks in advance.