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That would be insane, but would the Pro's need a lot of power to really push them? Because they product all that SPL higher up in the frequency range would they be more efficient?
Probably not.. But, wouldn't you want to give the product at least close to the recommend RMS the manufacturer suggest? I mean, they must know something's up since they designed it. Like the LFU's or S2's. Don't think Jeff would put a 1400 ICE amps in those. Those 2 subs are hungry animals that will take all that juice. Then hit your breakers first before it evens goes in a protection mode..

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Wow, that OS pro would be insane for music. No wonder Jeff said he uses the 215's and OS Pro's when listening to music. I don't have room for OS pro's now, but if and when 4K becomes the norm I could move my AT screen further from the front wall and plop a couple OS pro's down. Boom.
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Are you sure? Remember in the late 90's when pro logic went to Dolby Digital 5.1? That was HUGE and by FAR the biggest difference I have heard in audio. Anyone could tell the difference, even the back then girl friends because it was so obvious. If you are saying that going to Atmos is an even bigger jump in audio... wow, just wow.
I'm sure that I feel that way ... . I had a Bose "system" in the mid 90's that was purchased based upon a well meaning friend telling me that Bose was the best. I have to admit that the Bose FFM (frequency filtration method) would produce pleasing results with poorly recorded music and it relied on the theory that you don't miss, what you can't hear . Sound actually came out of the surround speakers , and that was fun for me and others who were in the same or a lesser boat. I first made a jump into real 5.1 channel audio with a Denon AVR and Monitor Audio speakers in 2000. The Denon and whatever Dolby mode I was using at the time was good but then I found Logic7 with a Lexicon processor and that produced the best surround sound I had heard.

Of course most if not all of the single (base) layer surround formats sound good in my room. Adding 4 ceiling speakers and 3D audio processing/upmixing has given me the most immersive surround sound that I have heard and it easily bests commercial Atmos Theaters. Having 9' ceilings helps as you need some, but not too much space to make this audio magic work. Having all of your surrounds at approximately the same distance from the LP creates a sound bubble that is like headphones but without the claustrophobic effect they create. Obviously this is hard for me to put into words as I am rambling but I honestly feel that there is something there there with 3D audio. It's not just another audio gimmick to sell more hardware. IMHO

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I'm sure that I feel that way ... . I had a Bose "system" in the mid 90's that was purchased based upon a well meaning friend telling me that Bose was the best. I have to admit that the Bose FFM (frequency filtration method) would produce pleasing results with poorly recorded music and it relied on the theory that you don't miss, what you can't hear . Sound actually came out of the surround speakers , and that was fun for me and others who were in the same or a lesser boat. I first made a jump into real 5.1 channel audio with a Denon AVR and Monitor Audio speakers in 2000. The Denon and whatever Dolby mode I was using at the time was good but then I found Logic7 with a Lexicon processor and that produced the best surround sound I had heard.

Of course most if not all of the single (base) layer surround formats sound good in my room. Adding 4 ceiling speakers and 3D audio processing/upmixing has given me the most immersive surround sound that I have heard and it easily bests commercial Atmos Theaters. Having 9' ceilings helps as you need some, but not too much space to make this audio magic work. Having all of your surrounds at approximately the same distance from the LP creates a sound bubble that is like headphones but without the claustrophobic effect they create. Obviously this is hard for me to put into words as I am rambling but I honestly feel that there is something there there with 3D audio. It's not just another audio gimmick to sell more hardware. IMHO

Cool!! Haha, sounds like it's time to lower my floor somehow...

I think (hope?) that with very wide dispersion speakers (120 degrees) I'll still be ok with the lower ceilings?
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And I really don't know why I have one for the CC. I think the RM's will do fine sharing with the RT's. So I was thinking of getting a Inuke 3000dsp for my RM. Then use my 6000dsp that was for the RM's for the RT's. Then use my 12000dsp that was for the RT's for the Pro's. Especially since the Pro's does 2 ohm loads. The 12000dsp is capable of 2 ohms. So really I just need another 3000dsp for my CC.
But who's on first?? I had to read that twice

Practically speaking...ehem...I think my next step will be a 7702/or denon equivalent and an inuke for 4 or 6 overheads. I gotz too many speakerz me thinkz.
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Cool!! Haha, sounds like it's time to lower my floor somehow...

I think (hope?) that with very wide dispersion speakers (120 degrees) I'll still be ok with the lower ceilings?
Looking at your room pics again (BTW, is that a Jack Russell in the room pics?), your current surrounds are already very high on the walls. In order for 3D audio to work, you'll need to drop those down to seated ear level and then ceiling mount the heights. You could place them in the wall ceiling corners which would give you some extra LF gain and would place them a wide as possible. The Single 8LP's would be good for the surrounds and either Slanted 8's or the RA knock-offs should do the trick for the top/height speakers.

There you go ... $10K and you're home!

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But who's on first?? I had to read that twice

Practically speaking...ehem...I think my next step will be a 7702/or denon equivalent and an inuke for 4 or 6 overheads. I gotz too many speakerz me thinkz.
Nice pre pro.. Good choice on the amp. Don't forget 2 more Inukes for the L/C/R..
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