Custom made-in-the-USA manufacturer Triad Speakers, is showing its new home theatre speaker developed to deliver the immersive experience of Dolby Atmos at ISE.

Triad’s Bronze LR-H is an in-room loudspeaker that utilises a traditional D’Appolito design (two front-firing 5.5in drivers with a 1in tweeter located in between).

Integrated into the enclosure is a Dolby Atmos enabled module that consists of an up-firing top driver array containing four 2in drivers that aim sound towards the ceiling to be reflected back to the listener.

In the Dolby Atmos system, the Bronze LR-H is used for left and right front and left and right rear surrounds (one enclosure per module). 

“At Triad, we are very proud of our role in helping Dolby develop the standards for Dolby Atmos enabled loudspeakers,” says Triad Speakers, Inc. president and CEDIA chairman Larry Pexton. “Dolby used Triad design and development services to prototype the upward firing Dolby Atmos enabled speakers and supplied our prototypes to its industry partners who used them to evaluate electronic components licensed under the Dolby Atmos program.”

The loudspeaker will be available in a wide variety of colors and finishes including custom paint-matched or veneered to match the décor of the room. 

When mated to Triad Bronze Center Channel, Surrounds and DSP Subwoofer, Triad says the InRoom Bronze LR-H is the heart of a superb Dolby Atmos home theater system. 

The speaker is shipping now.

Bronze LR-H Specifications
Dimensions (inches): 17.5 (H) x 7.575 (W) x 10.28 (D
Frequency Range:  88 Hz – 20 kHz (+/-3dB)
Recommended Amp Power:  50-200 watts (range)
Nominal impedance:  4 Ohms
Sensitivity:  89 dB (2.83v, 1m)

Front Firing Drivers: Two proprietary 5.5in organic-fibre cone drivers and one proprietary 1in fabric dome neodymium tweeter
Top Firing Drivers:  Four proprietary 2in full-range neodymium drivers

More about Triad speakers

Dolby Atmos explained

 

 

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