I stumbled onto Triad yesterday as I was looking for a good shallow LCR for my new home theater. Spent last night and the last couple hours doing some research, and I'm pretty much set on them (LCR's and surrounds / in-ceiling if possible), I just need to know which will work for my application and budget, as I don't see pricing anywhere. Going to their site, there seems to be a fairly large selection as well so I want to make sure I get the right stuff. Not to mention I don't know where to purchase once I'm ready.
For now, I'm doing a simple 7.1 (or 7.2) setup in a ~14x17 room (9ft ceilings). Usable space will be less as I have hat channels and thick sound drywall for sound proofing.
The room adjacent to it (and that the LCR's will go on) is my kid's bedroom - so I'd like to keep the sound away from it as much as I can. I also don't have a lot of "wall space" on the sides of the room, so the surrounds will all be in the ceiling. I know that's not ideal, but hopefully Triad has something that will work for the ceilings that's on par to an inwall solution.
I'd like to keep the theater fairly budget oriented, and don't want to spend more than ~$500-$1000 per LCR. I don't mind spending more if I have to, but that seems to be the sweet spot bang for buck from what I've seen. I've heard surrounds don't need to eat the budget up as much, so IF I can spend less on those (freeing up the budget for subs and amps, etc) I will be happy.