Triad Speakers Adds InRoom and OnWall Bronze SlimSubs to Lineup

Triad Speakers Adds InRoom and OnWall Bronze SlimSubs to LineupCustom, made-in-the-USA loudspeaker manufacturer Triad Speakers, Inc. announced the addition of both an InRoom and OnWall Bronze SlimSub. Built upon the performance merits of the popular InWall Bronze/4 SlimSub, the new models create a Bronze SlimSub Series that consists of 3 models in total.  Each Bronze SlimSub is paired with Triad’s 350-watt, outboard amplifier (RackAmp 350 DSP) at an MSRP of $1,500 per package.

“Taking up little to no floor space, the InRoom Bronze SlimSub is really 2 subs in one!” exclaimed Triad Speakers Marketing Director Paul Teixeira. “Standing upright, this compact powerhouse looks smart, and at just 4.3-inches deep, it takes up almost no floor space. When laid down (requiring just 5.1-inches of height clearance) it becomes a down-firing subwoofer that can be hidden under furniture. Visible or hidden, you get the same great bass.”

Measuring merely 4.4-inches from the wall and available in custom colors, the OnWall Bronze SlimSub is a perfect solution for many ultra-flat TVs using soundbars.

“And, by way of Triad’s EZ Mount Brackets, the subwoofer is quick-and-easy to mount on any wall,” added Teixeira.

Each of the Triad SlimSubs utilizes a proprietary long-throw 10-inch aluminum driver.  All provide deep bass at high volumes, achieving a maximum output of 108 dB from 40-80 Hz with a bass extension of -3dB at 28 Hz.

“When ordered in multiples, the SlimSub makes it easy to achieve deep, powerful and accurate bass over large listening areas,” said Teixeira.

Each SlimSub enclosure carries a 10-year limited warranty and the new SlimSubs are shipping now.

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