Triad Speakers, Inc. Ships its Thinnest Soundbar Yet, the Nano OnWall LCR 3.0

Fully-damped and braced extruded aluminum enclosure measures 1.6-inches deep by 3.25 inches high and is available in custom widths and paint finishes. Add to the mix premium components and passionate sound engineering and the Nano OnWall LCR 3.0 is the best performer in its class today

Portland, OR - January 28, 2014 - Triad Speakers, Inc. is now shipping its Nano OnWall LCR 3.0 - a passive (requires amplification) soundbar for today's ultra-slim TVs. Incorporating 3-channels-in-1, Nano is the company's thinnest soundbar to date, measuring 1.6-inches deep (including grille) by 3.25 inches high. Standard accessories include Triad's EZ Mount Bracket and brackets to mount directly to the TV. MSRP begins at $1,200 with both custom widths and paint finishes available at a slight up-charge.

Triad has been in business for more than 30 years and is well-established as a leading international brand of loudspeaker solutions in the custom residential channel. The brand offers dealers a robust line of in-room, on-wall, in-wall and in-ceiling solutions, the majority of which is custom-manufactured in the USA.

Triad's soundbar line consists of 10 models at varying levels of performance and sizes to complement most every TV available today. According to Triad Speakers Marketing Manager Paul Teixeira, it was the lackluster sound of today's ultra-slim TVs that prompted the company to engineer a speaker that could maintain the sleek look of the TVs, yet provide robust performance.

Teixeira notes, "While there are other manufacturers that market thin soundbars, their sound has typically taken a backseat to size. The Nano LCR 3.0 incorporates 6 specially-designed Scan-Speak drivers and 3 soft dome SB tweeters in a fully-damped and braced aluminum enclosure, all of which was a major challenge from such a compact enclosure. We're very proud of how it sounds and looks, and believe it's the best performer in its class today."

The Nano LCR 3.0 represents the first of a new series of ultra-compact soundbars from Triad that utilizes this new design process using extruded aluminum. The speaker is manufactured to order in Triad's modern factory in Portland, Oregon. In addition to custom paint-matching, the company offer optional (at extra cost) custom-sizing in widths to match the length of the video display

Dimensions (inches): 44 (w) x 3-1/4 (h) x 1.6 (d)
Frequency Range: 190Hz - 20kHz (+/-3dB)
Recommended Amp Power: 75 - 125 watts
Nominal impedance: 6 Ohms
Sensitivity: 84dB (2.83v, 1m)
Drivers: Six all-new 2-inch Scan-Speak drivers; three proprietary 1-inch cloth SB dome tweeters

About Triad Speakers
Established in 1982 by President Larry Pexton (a founding member and Chairman of CEDIA), Triad Speakers, Inc. is a steadily growing provider of complete loudspeaker solutions for multi-room residential and home theater system applications. A top choice by many custom integrators nationwide, Triad has made significant advancements in the arena of front-channel speakers, surrounds, subwoofers, distributed audio speakers via enclosed in-wall, in-ceiling, on-wall and freestanding designs. Over 80% of Triad's products are manufactured daily in Portland Oregon, in a pure build to order operation with no work in progress and no finished goods inventory of the US built products. In the 2006 - 2010 Inside Track Supplier Loyalty Tests, Triad ranked #1 in the category of Custom Installation Company. Visit us on the web at: and

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