Stephen Hopkins

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Up for review is the Monolith THX-LCR In-Wall THX-ULTRA Certified speaker by Monoprice.

For the last few years, online electronics giant and ubiquitous provider or reasonably priced HDMI cables Monoprice has been inching its way into progressively higher-end classes of home audio equipment.  What started with high-output THX-certified subwoofers that put ID giants like SVS on notice then gave way to THX-certified amplifiers manufactured in the USA by none other than ATI.  Then came an extremely capable DIRAC LIVE-enabled 16-channel Home Theater Pre/Pro, the HTP-1 followed by an ever-expanding line of THX-certified loudspeakers and a wide variety of form-factors.  All of these offerings fall within Monoprice’s Monolith line.
One portion of Monprice’s THX-certified Monolith speaker line that has been overlooked by professional reviewers, both in print and online, is their THX in-wall...
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I’m kinda confused: is this an in-wall “sound bar”, faking left, right, and center from a single speaker? Or is this a conventional in-wall speaker, and you tested three of them in a conventional LCR arrangement?
 

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It is a conventional in wall speaker that is meant to be used for each of Left Center and Right channels probably behind an AT screen.
 
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Yes, 3 conventional L/C/R speakers were tested, both behind an AT screen with grilles off and with grilles on and no screen for music listening.
 
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