EPISODE 1500T SPEAKER

The Series is the entry point in Episode’s Signature line of in-wall and in-ceiling speakers, with the landing in the middle and the comprising the top of the line. You simply cut a hole in your drywall using the included template, set the speaker in the hole, and drive in each screw, which extends an anchor that locks the speaker into place. The grill is magnetic, which might not sound like a compelling feature; however, if you’ve ever wrestled with or destroyed skimpy metal grills that push into the frame of the speaker as I have , then you know this is a noteworthy feature. The opening scene in Gravity makes great use of the in-ceiling channels, as do all of the action scenes especially those with rain in John Wick. After you’ve pulled the trigger on a brand, you have to cross your fingers that you’ve made the right decision since, once you’ve cut holes in your walls or ceiling, there’s no going back. In terms of music, with the Episodes engaged, I found them to be tonally balanced; and, as I stated earlier, they don’t draw too much attention to themselves, which is welcome in a speaker mounted over one’s head. Then, after running room correction software and dialing each of the T’s tweeters toward the sweet spot, I dove right in to the limited amount of Dolby Atmos material I had on hand.

In the interest of providing some degree of guidance, I’ll mention a couple of the brands I’ve actually heard. Let’s just hope the studios continue to support the format, as the amount of content currently available is pretty thin. Installing Episode speakers is intuitive: In terms of music, with the Episodes engaged, I found them to be tonally balanced; and, as I stated earlier, they don’t draw too much attention to themselves, which is welcome in a speaker mounted over one’s head. After you’ve pulled the trigger on a brand, you have to cross your fingers that you’ve made the right decision since, once you’ve cut holes in your walls or ceiling, there’s no going back. Another brand I’m familiar with, as I use the company’s in-ceiling speakers in my living room, is Paradigm. Due to my familiarity with, and love of, Episode speakers, it was without hesitation that I approached them when the need arose for in-ceiling speakers for a Dolby Atmos receiver review. The opening scene in Gravity makes great use of the in-ceiling channels, as do all of the action scenes especially those with rain in John Wick.

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Another brand I’m familiar with, as I use the company’s in-ceiling speakers in my living room, is Paradigm. In the interest of providing some degree of guidance, I’ll mention a couple of the brands I’ve actually heard.

The Ts episoce seamlessly with the rest of my system and made their presence felt without drawing too much attention to themselves. Let’s just hope the studios continue to support the format, as the amount of content currently available is pretty thin.

The grill is magnetic, which might not sound like a compelling feature; however, if you’ve ever wrestled with or destroyed skimpy metal grills that push into the frame of the speaker as I havethen you know this is episod noteworthy feature. Listening to Dolby’s demo disc, which is simply a collection of promos, was nothing short of spectacular.

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The Series is the entry point in Episode’s Signature line of in-wall and in-ceiling speakers, with the landing in the middle and the comprising the top of the line. Watching a film in Atmos on the right system is about as visceral and immersive a movie-watching experience as you’re going to get in the home.

Setting the receiver to its All Speakers setting is an interesting experience with an After you’ve pulled the trigger on a brand, you have to cross your fingers that you’ve made the right decision since, once you’ve cut holes in your walls or ceiling, there’s no going back. Then, after running room episodee software and dialing each of the T’s tweeters toward the sweet spot, I dove right in to the limited amount of Dolby Atmos material I had on hand. I’ll begin with Klipsch, a company whose product line always resonates with quality, regardless of price point.

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Speaksr way, the sonic signature of the Ts and Episode speakers in general is remarkably balanced and articulate, especially given their price points. Due to my familiarity with, and love of, Episode speakers, it was without hesitation that I approached them when the need arose for in-ceiling speakers for a Dolby Atmos receiver review. Frequency response is rated at 45 Hz to 20 kHz, and sensitivity is 89 dB.

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The company has managed to hit the trifecta with its product line in terms of sound and build quality, as well as price-to-performance ratio.

You simply cut a hole in your drywall using the included template, set the speaker in the hole, and drive in each screw, which extends an anchor that locks the speaker into place. Installing Episode speakers is intuitive: Not much, says Scott Wasser. Conclusion If you’re considering in-ceiling speakers, whether you’re upgrading an existing system or starting from scratch, Episode should be on your list to research and consider.

In terms of music, with the Episodes engaged, I found them to be tonally balanced; and, as I stated earlier, they don’t draw too much attention to themselves, which is welcome in a speaker mounted over one’s head. The always-affable team at Episode sent me four of their Signature T in-ceiling, thin-bezel speakers in short order, which I combined with my existing Episode spfaker to speakee an Atmos-ready I installed four Ts in the ceiling of my listening room in order to create a full For more detail on Episode’s full Signature Series product offering, check out Episode’s site.

The opening scene in Gravity makes great use of the in-ceiling channels, as do all of the action scenes especially those with rain in John Wick.