Originally Posted by BornSlippyZ
Yeah I am in the same boat and I really want 4K Pj's to come down in price before I plunge in the video part. I will probably (hopefully) upgrade my receiver to a 4K/Atmos while I am in Minneapolis. Bad part is I will have to jimmy rig some bookshelf speakers on top of my towers to act like atmos modules, since this home will be a rental (no bolting speakers to ceiling). I got to hear an atmos demo at my local Mom and pop A/V store and I am sold on it! It was probably a bad thing that I heard the demo, but I had to hear what it sounded like. The DSU feature is awesome too for non Atmos BD's.
You may want to look into these from Atlantic Technology, you can sit them right on top of your tower speakers
44-DA Dolby Atmos-enabled Speaker
The 44-DA represents the next step forward in delivering a truly believable sonic theater experience in the home.
Dolby Atmos® is a new technology developed by Dolby Laboratories that adds an unprecedented degree of realism to movie soundtracks. Unlike conventional channel based sound, object based Dolby Atmos provides truly audible 3 dimensional sound. You can follow an object's path from your lower left to upper right, then over your head and down behind you. Dolby Atmos-encoded movies deliver this experience like no other movie can!
To fully realize the benefit and effect of this multidimensional sound technology in the home, specially engineered speakers with precise frequency response and directional sound radiation are needed.The Atlantic Technology 44-DA Dolby Atmos-enabled loudspeaker module utilizes a 5 ¼” woofer and 1” silk dome tweeter in a concentric driver array (CDA), firing from the top of the speaker enclosure at a precisely-determined angle, to achieve this optimum effect.
This compact speaker module is designed to fit perfectly on top of our THX-Certified 4400LR speakers, creating an integrated, one-piece look that delivers the realism of Dolby Atmos sound with clarity and precision. The 44 DA's are also designed to be a "stand-alone" elevation speakers in a complete Dolby Atmos system whether placed on top of any existing left/right speakers or on a shelf.