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Finalizing planning stages for basement finish. Visited a local forum member today who had Triad in wall speakers installed. Looking for a dealer contact for Des Moines, IA.
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I'm a Triad dealer but I can help to find you a local dealer if you like.
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Does anyone know of good after market speaker stand for Triad inroom LCR's, mostly for the rear channels. In the past I contacted a Triad representative and was quoted $660 for two standard stands, which is more than I spent for the 5 LCR's used. I don't want to spend too much as my current setup is only temporary as I am in process of building a dedicated theater room and will likely not be using these speakers for that room.
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The advantage to using Triad stands is that they have hardware that screws into the bottom of their speakers to hold them in place. That said, it doesn't make sense to spend that kind of money for a temporary situation.

In similar cases I tell my clients to find an aftermarket speaker stand that has a base large enough to hold their speaker. Then use industrial strength velcro to hold the speaker in place. Of course, you need to be the judge of whether or not your pets or kids will pose a threat to the speakers.
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just picked up a inwall bronze 6 sub (size V) and a rackamp 300 off ebay.

has anyone installed one of these in new construction? would you recommend the new construction bracket? ( walls are not yet built )

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I always recommend using new construction brackets whenever possible. The NCB's allow you to place the speakers exactly where you want them, and they provide an easier, faster and much less messy installation at trim out.
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I always recommend using new construction brackets whenever possible. The NCB's allow you to place the speakers exactly where you want them, and they provide an easier, faster and much less messy installation at trim out.
OK great, thank you Dawn.
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