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Triad Introduces Special Edition Loudspeakers
Boasting quality drivers and a compact, sealed box enclosure design, this special series should satisfy any audiophile.
Triad-IWGoldOmniSE
January 30, 2007 by Rachel Cericola

Triad Speakers, Inc. recently debuted their new Omni Special Edition (SE) series of loudspeakers at the 2007 ICES.

Built upon the industrial design of the company’s existing Omni series, the new Omni Special Edition (SE) series incorporates proprietary drivers from Seas along with upgraded crossovers. The result boasts high-sensitivity, extended and flat frequency response, improved power handling of up to 100 watts per speaker, and if desired, the ability to use added equalization.

The Omni SE series is comprised of InWall, InCeiling, OnWall and InRoom models—and as with all of Triad’s product lines—offers models at Silver, Gold and Platinum levels of performance. The first four models are the InWall Silver/4 Omni SE ($750 each), the InWall Gold/4 Omni SE ($850 each), the InCeiling Silver/6 Omni SE ($850 each) and the InCeiling Gold/6 Omni SE ($950 each).

Both Silver and Gold models use 1-inch dome tweeters as well as 5.25-inch and 6.5-inch woofers respectively—all made by Seas.

Triad Speakersalso plans to introduce Silver, Gold and Platinum InRoom Omni SE models, as well as an InWall Platinum/6 Omni SE, in late Spring 2007.

  • $750 to $950 each
  • First 4 models available in March 2007
  • Sealed enclosure box
  • Custom paint match available by request
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Rachel Cericola - Contributing Writer
Over the past 15 years, Rachel Cericola has covered entertainment, web and technology trends. Check her out at www.rachelcericola.com.

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