At this point, there's no real measure of how far skipford is willing to go, remodel-wise. Nor a budget.
I usually ask via pm, to try to try to narrow down suggestions.
I was going to stick the entry lights on the rear spots / av rack zone. Forgot to change over the entry zone to 3.
I view this layout as minimal work / and a budget space, where one could work hard to cut costs, to create budget for a
baffle wall design. (No reason it couldn't work as an AT space and reuse the existing speakers, for now). It's not a sound
proof design, but getting a sound proofed, isolated room on a second floor, is major work and expense.
Now with that expanded space, with 6-8 seats and a second row, one needs to start thinking about beefing up the cooling and air
changes. 3000-4000+ BTUs of heating for bodies alone. (Or start scheduling intermissions.
We need the room's height to the bottom of angled sections, and the room's overall height. The addition of a second row, means
you need to start thinking sightlines, riser, projector throw (and where it ends up), plus screen sizes and mounting height.
I couldn't find a 3106 for $100 more. I would have gone for it. I really wanted a fifth zone, but with my small footprint, it isn't even
That marquee wouldn't be a double sided poster marquee. I'd re-task an older computer sitting around, and grab an inexpensive led hdtv.
The rotated room, visually could be symmetrical. Bring in tiered soffits and you could acoustically treat the underside. They
could also be used to hold conduit runs, beef up the lighting, and allow for some isolation for HVAC runs.