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High-End In-Wall Speaker Recommendations

I’m looking for recommendations on a high-end in-wall speaker series for a dedicated home theater that is on the large end of the spectrum as far as size goes. The speakers will be mounted left, right, and centered below the 170” diagonal 2.35 Screen Innovations Slate 1.2 ALR screen.

One recommendation I’ve received is the Paradigm Elite Series, and the E5-LCR retails at $2,500 per speaker. It has two 6.5” bass range drivers, one 6.5” mid range driver combined with a 1” tweeter, and two passive 6.5” drivers. I would do Paradigm E80-IW for the rear surrounds and E80-Rs for the Atmos heights.

https://www.paradigm.com/en/in-wall-...i-elite-e5-lcr


The other option that has been recommended to me is from the relatively new company Episode made by SnapAV. Their 900 series LCR with dual 7” woofers and a 5.25” mid range and 4.65” ribbon tweeter retails for $2,200 each.

https://www.snapav.com/shop/en/snapa...-es-ht950-iw-7

Episode 900 series also has a good looking surround speaker with a 6.5” woofer, dual 4” tweeters and 4.65” ribbon tweeters, retail for $1150 each.

https://www.snapav.com/shop/en/snapa...ht950-iwsurr-6


Does anyone have any opinions on these speakers, or recommendations on other comparably priced in-wall theater speakers?
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I’m looking for recommendations on a high-end in-wall speaker series for a dedicated home theater that is on the large end of the spectrum as far as size goes. The speakers will be mounted left, right, and centered below the 170” diagonal 2.35 Screen Innovations Slate 1.2 ALR screen.

One recommendation I’ve received is the Paradigm Elite Series, and the E5-LCR retails at $2,500 per speaker. It has two 6.5” bass range drivers, one 6.5” mid range driver combined with a 1” tweeter, and two passive 6.5” drivers. I would do Paradigm E80-IW for the rear surrounds and E80-Rs for the Atmos heights.

https://www.paradigm.com/en/in-wall-...i-elite-e5-lcr


The other option that has been recommended to me is from the relatively new company Episode made by SnapAV. Their 900 series LCR with dual 7” woofers and a 5.25” mid range and 4.65” ribbon tweeter retails for $2,200 each.

https://www.snapav.com/shop/en/snapa...-es-ht950-iw-7

Episode 900 series also has a good looking surround speaker with a 6.5” woofer, dual 4” tweeters and 4.65” ribbon tweeters, retail for $1150 each.

https://www.snapav.com/shop/en/snapa...ht950-iwsurr-6


Does anyone have any opinions on these speakers, or recommendations on other comparably priced in-wall theater speakers?



I've been happy with my James Loudspeaker system.
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Triad seems to be well thought of.

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Absolutely Triad. www.triadspeakers.com

Triad is a Portland-based company that hand builds speakers in just about every configuration you can imagine. They will even color match the speakers and grills to match the paint on your walls.

Triad has In-Wall and angled InCeiling speakers and subwoofers that work amazingly well for spaces in which you have no floor space, or when you wish to hide the speakers from view. The company has speakers in many different price ranges, starting at $300 per speaker -- all the way up to $15k per speaker.

While not a household name, Triad is a favorite of custom installers and has won numerous industry awards.

Visit the Triad thread here on AVS to talk with Triad owners.

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Anyone have any experience with these Episode or Paradigm speakers?
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Anyone have any experience with these Episode or Paradigm speakers?
I don't have experience with those Paradigm speakers specifically, but I am a Paradigm fan for sure. Head over to the Paradigm Owners thread, and ask away about these!

I'm also a fan of Totem Acoustic, check out their Tribe line, both in-wall and on-wall/stand:

https://totemacoustic.com/product-ca...-installation/

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Anyone have any experience with these Episode or Paradigm speakers?
I have demoed Episode and can't say I was very impressed, especially for the price.
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I was at the Triad booth at CES and I think it was the best over there, they were using Gold Line of speakers
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There is a ton of variety available in this space.

Here are few I am aware of that are in your budget MSRP

Revel - price range $600 - $1400/each

JBL - SL4/3 $2,500/each

RBH - new Signature line is $2,000/each. I heard them at CEDIA. Excellent but requires 8” cavity. Other lower cost models available

GTL Sound Labs - price range $550 - $3500

GoldenEar - Invisa SPS $1,000

Triad gets love on AVS but IMHO Triad becomes Triad at Gold and above.

Episode is the house brand of SnapAV that owns Control4 that owned Triad. Dealers love Episode because margins are huge.

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High-End In-Wall Speaker Recommendations

Right now Harman is killing it with their speakers.

JBL Synthesis and Revel make great in walls.

Another one that is seldom talked about is Phase Technology, and not too many are aware of them. But their performance is supposedly just as good as the above.

Episode is a high margin brand, usually recommended for people who want cheap installs or the dealer can get away with a very large paycheck.
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Leave it at 8 ohms and call it a day :)

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I’d probably lean towards JBL pro/synthesis for in walls for home heater. After that I’d look at Revels higher end in walls and Triad.


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You don't mention anything about the size of the room. This is one of the most important issues when dealing with speakers.
And what are you using the space for.

Also, do you NEED the SI slate non-perf screen? Having the center below the screen would be a major issue if you are dealing with more than one row of seating.

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check out Tekton designs double impact in wall : https://www.tektondesign.com/double-impact-in-wall.html

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You don't mention anything about the size of the room. This is one of the most important issues when dealer with speakers.
And what are you using the space for.

Also, do you NEED the SI slate on-perf screen? Having the center below the screen would be a major issue if you are dealing with more than one row of seating.
100% spot on. I suggested speakers I am familiar with.

The room/application is the key and vital component.

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Agree with the JBL recommendation above.

Specifically;
JBL SCL-2 inwalls
(by a wide margin)
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Agree with all the JBL recommendations.

you cannot go wrong with any of their SCL speakers.

they even just released the SCL5 in Cedia which is an in-ceiling speaker made for 3d audio. release is around q1 2020. (2,500$ each)

https://www.jblsynthesis.com/product...-loudspeakers/
https://www.jblsynthesis.com/product...JBLSCL5AM.html
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Agree with the JBL recommendation above.

Specifically;
JBL SCL-2 inwalls
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I love the pic of that monster monitor pic in your avatar.

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Not many (any?) companies have facilities comparable to JBL/Revel to design and test in wall speakers. Harman has four anechoic chambers and have developed a way to measure their in wall speakers in one of the chambers. They also go through rigorous double blind listening tests.

As others have said, Revel and JBL SCL series speakers are some of the best in wall options.
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There are some JBL Scl 4's for sale on this site.

https://www.avsforum.com/forum/209-a...-scl-4a-s.html
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I’m a fan of the Paradigm Elite series. Really good clarity and pretty neutral.

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I currently have B&W CWM7.3 in-wall and they are great however when I move I may go paradigm Elite E7-LCR. Paradigm makes a very good in-wall speakers
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I love the pic of that monster monitor pic in your avatar.
Thank you, it's certainly a monster! I wish I had a set of those.
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OP, I was mistaken in info posted.

The JBL SCL3/4 is $3,000 each MSRP.

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My theater is 29 feet deep and the screen wall is 24 feet wide. The screen is planned to be 170 “. There are lots of opinions out there but it’s really hard to know which way to go without a demo. There doesn’t seem to be much love for the Episodes. I’d love to hear from someone that has heard the Paradigm series.
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My theater is 29 feet deep and the screen wall is 24 feet wide. The screen is planned to be 170 “. There are lots of opinions out there but it’s really hard to know which way to go without a demo. There doesn’t seem to be much love for the Episodes. I’d love to hear from someone that has heard the Paradigm series.
For some reason, Paradigm is using a "voiced" response that is not flat or neutral. Revel and JBL use spinorama measurements and produce speakers based on the work of Dr. Floyd Toole that says most people prefer neutral on and off axis frequency response.

In a room that big, if you want to be able to play loud, you need some serious professional main speakers and subs with enough power to drive them to the levels you want to achieve. Lots of free info on Dr. Toole's website and I recommend reading his book too.

https://routledgetextbooks.com/textbooks/9781138921368/
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My theater is 29 feet deep and the screen wall is 24 feet wide. The screen is planned to be 170 “. There are lots of opinions out there but it’s really hard to know which way to go without a demo. There doesn’t seem to be much love for the Episodes. I’d love to hear from someone that has heard the Paradigm series.
What is the ceiling height?

How far back is the seating?

How many rows of seating?

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The first row is about 1/3 into the theater, or 9.5' feet from the screen. The second row is about 18 feet from the screen. There is a bar about 3-4 feet behind the second row.



The black box-shaped subwoofer in the right corner will likely be a pair of SVS PB-3000s, stacked on top of one another, or possible a single SVS PB-16 Ultra. And then in the back corner, the round shaped sub is an SVS PC-4000.

The center channel is planned to go right below the screen. I realize this isn't ideal, especially for the 2nd row, but to go to an acoustically transparent screen would almost double the price. And I really don't think the AT screens look as good as the solid weave screens, so in my opinion you either choose to prioritize sound quality or picture quality...

Here is my build thread link, over in the other forum, which has more pictures of the actual space:

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The first row is about 1/3 into the theater, or 9.5' feet from the screen. The second row is about 18 feet from the screen. There is a bar about 3-4 feet behind the second row.



The black box-shaped subwoofer in the right corner will likely be a pair of SVS PB-3000s, stacked on top of one another, or possible a single SVS PB-16 Ultra. And then in the back corner, the round shaped sub is an SVS PC-4000.

The center channel is planned to go right below the screen. I realize this isn't ideal, especially for the 2nd row, but to go to an acoustically transparent screen would almost double the price. And I really don't think the AT screens look as good as the solid weave screens, so in my opinion you either choose to prioritize sound quality or picture quality...

Here is my build thread link, over in the other forum, which has more pictures of the actual space:

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The center below the screen is a major major design flaw and a total half or even1/4 measure on a theater project where you clearly care about the finished project.

The notion that AT screens have pq issues is a dead one, and a common misconception, with so many out there that are done well. I don't remember the last time I DIDN'T do an AT screen on a theater for a client.

I didn't see what screen brand you're going with, but am struggling with the AT screen doesn't have as good a picture. Severtson, Screen Innovations, and DaLite have absolutely outstanding AT screen materials - and at very reasonable money, that I've used in anything from an entry level 1080p piece to $15,000+ 4K machines. Spectacular results. Hell, even SnapAV's inexpensive DragonFly AT screen doesn't even show it's weave after about 8 inches away. Even on that entry level AT screen it's undetectable to the human eye.

It's your theater so, obviously, do as you please. Hell, put the center channel behind you for all anyone cares. But, as a professional who does this for a living, the notion that you will get any significant pq degradation, especially... especially compared to the trash presentation of a center below screen/near floor is bogus for 2019. There is some great stuff out there to accomplish the right end result and itndoesn't have to be top of the line (Stewart) to do so.

Best of luck, but major major performance difference on the center channel height vs the AT screen.
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Thanks for the input, The screen brand is Screen Innovations, 5 series, Slate 1.2 material. To go with the AT Slate 1.2 material that is also ALR would almost double the screen price, according to my dealer. So cost was the primary consideration, but apparently I needn’t be worried about picture quality. My current screen is a Seymour AT screen and it isn’t great but I think they’ve come along way and the Screen Innovations is a whole other level in quality. An ALR Screen is important to me since watching sports with friends is a significant use of the theater, and when serving food and drinks it is nice to have some lights on.
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