Originally Posted by lsturbointeg
i've been scouring threads regarding Atmos and whether it's better to run ceiling speakers or modules. according to the Chief designer that modules actually will produce if not better than ceiling speakers because how it's bouncing off the ceiling and to you vs you knowing that there's speakers in the ceiling. i dunno tho...i'm still new to all this Atmos but probably likely to purchase a new Atmos AVR and start with 7.2.2 or 7.2.4?
overhead ceiling speakers is the best way to do atmos.....the modules is just 2nd way of doing it Not as good as ceiling option. Start with 7.2 and then add 2 or 4 ceiling speakers depending on where your seating is and all.
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