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Yeah, but what about that "visual" portion to the audio system: big-ass speakers make big-ass sound, but big sound from invisible speakers doesn't seem as big- or as expensive. From a purely marketing standpoint, if I'm trying to promote the audio and video portions for this package equally- yet present to you an enormous image with invisible speakers; that's what you focus on: the video, and even if we're talking 200k worth of audio, if you don't see it it doesn't seem to be as highly valued.
Like buying anything that is high-dollar; customers are more likely to spend on something they can see, hear, touch, etc.
This is where my reasoning is at, and why I'm confused as to which path to take for this particular system.
I want the client to feel that they have received the same value in both audio and video reproduction- and we're trying to go no-holds-barred here.