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Triad Speakers Redesigns InRoom OmniSub Series

Triad Speakers has gone back to the drawing board on its InRoom OmniSub line, making considerable cosmetic and performance enhancements.
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Triad Speakers has gone back to the drawing board on its InRoom OmniSub line, making considerable cosmetic and performance enhancements.

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Triad Speakers has gone back to the drawing board on its InRoom OmniSub line, making considerable cosmetic and performance enhancements.
The InRoom OmniSub Series consists of the 200-watt Sub8, 300-watt Sub10, and 500-watt Sub12. Each can be used for both two-channel and home theater applications and mated with any of Triad’s vast assortment of InRoom, InCeiling, InWall, and OnWall loudspeakers.

“For a cleaner, more simplified look—in an age where less is more—we’ve relocated the controls from atop the cabinet to behind the grille,” said Triad Speakers marketing director Paul Teixeira. “While now completely concealed, the controls are fully accessible, even when installed in a furniture cabinet.”

Triad is now using Class D amplification in the OmniSubs. “Class D amps retain the sound quality of traditional, hotter-running Class AB amps, yet operate more efficiently and cooler, making them extremely reliable,” added Teixeira.

Triad also upgraded to a long-throw excursion carbon fiber cone driver that yields deep, accurate bass with less distortion. Additionally, to save installers setup time, Triad eliminated some of the lesser-used settings.

The Omni Sub8, Sub10 and Sub12 retail for $550, $750, and $950 respectively. “These are the very same prices as the previous models,” Teixeira said. “Given we’ve incorporated premium amplification and drivers, the new models represent a tremendous value.”

The Omni Subs are shipping now. Each carries a three-year parts and labor warranty.

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