Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

In-Ceiling Speakers

Triad R-25, R-26 & R-28 In-ceiling Speakers

Triad today announced their lowest cost in-ceiling speakers priced from $300 to $400. The new R Series include models R-25 (5.25-inch driver), R-26 (6.5-inch) and R-28 (8.5-inch), which each have a carbon fiber woofer and a 1-inch cloth dome tweeter. The shallow-depth, open-back 2-way loudspeakers provide full-range sound and incorporate Triad’s new-and-improved paintable micro-perf grill, which is provided in both a round and square plastic trim bezel.

”Triad’s R-Series is designed for cost-conscious music lovers,” says Triad Speakers, Inc. Founder / President and CEDIA Chairman Larry Pexton. ”We’ve designed and engineered each speaker with pride in the United States of America, with the utmost attention to quality, décor-friendly design, and high performance sound – eliminating costly frills and features that add nothing to sound quality.”

“All R-Series models, even the smallest, are fully-engineered to deliver the rich natural sound that Triad is famous for in open acoustical environments, especially in locations that lack the depth required for sealed enclosures,” added Pexton.

Each of the R-Series speakers can be custom paint-matched in Triad’s Portland, OR factory. All are backed by a 10-year warranty.

Triad makes a wide assortment of in-ceiling loudspeaker solutions for home theater and distributed audio applications, a large portion of which are versions of their high-performance in-wall/in-room models including satellites, monitors, LCRs and center channels – and at their Bronze, Gold and Silver level series of performance (even a few subs).

Price and Availability (available now)
R-25 (5.25-inch / Grill Diameter: 8-5/16 inches) $300
R-26 (6.5-inch) / Grill Diameter: 9-11/16 inches) $350
R-28 (8.5-inch) / Grill Diameter: 11-5/16 inches) $400

Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading.
Click to comment

You must be logged in to post a comment Login

Leave a Reply

Advertisement

New Products

A/V Receivers

NAD refreshes their most affordable 7.1-channel surround sound A/V Receiver for 2020, which now supports Apple AirPlay 2.

Multi-Channel Amps

At 200-watts x 7, NAD's M28 is the first multi-channel power amplifier to utilize Purifi's Eigentakt (self-clocking) technology that unlocks new levels of audio...

Integrated Amps

Flagship integrated amp featuring Purifi Eigentakt Hybrid Digital amplifier technology, built-in BluOS multi-room streaming, 32-bit DAC, full MQA decoding, and Dirac Room Correction.

Klipsch

Versatile powered speakers loaded with features including HDMI-ARC which allows The Fives to replace a sound bar.

A/V Receivers

7.1-channel 8K A/V Receiver with 8K/60Hz pass-through, as well as elevated gaming with 4K/120Hz pass- through and support for the latest HDMI specifications. MSRP...

A/V Receivers

For 2020 Marantz is introducing SR5015, SR6015, SR7015, and SR8015 A/V receivers offering 8K video pass-thru/upscaling with audiophile-quality sound for home theater or music.

You May Also Like

In-Ceiling Speakers

Control4 today released the new Triad Designer Series custom-built, full-range in-ceiling speakers featuring a solid wood construction that isolates the sound to keep the...

Articles

As the demand for home theaters and surround sound systems touches an all-time high, home ceiling speakers have become a popular home theater choice...

In-Ceiling Speakers

Meridian just released a new in-wall/in-ceiling custom installation loudspeaker, model DSP320. The $2500 speaker is designed for in-ceiling use while also being slim enough for an...

New Products

Triad Speakers just announced the InRoom Bronze SlimSub and OnWall Bronze SlimSub home theater subwoofers, which are designed to be hidden and fit almost...

Advertisement

ecoustics is the unbiased resource for the latest technology news, coolest gadgets, and best consumer electronics. Plus get product reviews, roundups and deals from all over the web on everything electronic. Read more



Copyright © 1999-2020 ecoustics | Disclaimer: ecoustics may earn a commission when you buy through links on our site.