Hi all. I'm new to the forum! I have a pair of DefTech Mythos Ones I'd like to use as the foundation of a 5.1 home theater. Room is 14 x 15 x 8' and is located in a finished basement. I have the DefTech Prosub 800, which seems like plenty of sub, given the size of the room. I'm running this through a Denon 1909 AVR, which I plan on upgrading soon due to lack of 3D capability, and Epson 5010 projector. I was debating between the Mythos Seven and the Nine for the center channel and the Gem and the Gem XL for the surrounds. Keep in mind I plan on installing sound panels to optimize acoustics. So could I get away with the Mythos Seven with Gem surrounds, or should I go all in with the Nine and Gem XLs? Or are there other center and surround options I'm not considering? Any feedback is greatly appreciated.
AVR: Anthem AVM60 - Amp: McIntosh MC205 - DAC: PS Audio DSD NuWave - Phono stage: PS Audio Phono Converter - Turntable: ClearAudio Concept with Ortufon Black cartridge - Power: PS Audio P10 power regenerator - Speakers: Def Tec 8060s - Subx: JL Audio Fathom 110 x 2 - Blu Ray: Yamaha BD-S473 - Projector: Epson Powerlite 5020 - Music Server: Mac Mini with Roon and JRiver