Hi - was wondering if Triad owners or hopefully Paul could provide some direction.
My wife and I recently moved into a new home and we have started laying out the living room arrangement. I have a 60" Sharp LED that I can't wait to hang up on the wall
but I have lost ground on putting floor standing speakers and hanging surrounds in this room. She firmly put her foot down...and since I get the basement to build a dedicated room I don't have much room to push back.
So I'm investigating alternate options to still have some surround sound for the massive LED....basically trying to have my cake and eat it
The problem is the room has cathedral ceilings and is a very open floor plan. How would inwalls do here? Is it even worth it to try? Due to the room type and having no ability to control the environment with sound panels my expectitions are pretty low.
My goal, like many I'm sure, is to be able to enjoy a 5.1 surround sound experience that still meets the WAF. My budget is not going to allow for much since we have alot of expenses right now and honestly I would rather spend towards the dedicated room down the road. Realistically i'm probably going to have to stay in the Bronze price range.
Suggestions? Should I even bother since I have no control over the environment (panels, etc..) and just stick with small satellites? I really like the idea of going with Triad's inwalls but if the room is too challenging then I'll just reset my expectitions.