One thing I would suggest is to add another Outlaw sub, not for the sake of loudness, but for sound quality. For starters, two subs go a long way toward evening out frequency response for a lot more space in the room, so the bass will sound more even anywhere you listen from. Secondly, it means that the subs will not have to play as loud to hit the same volume, and the less the drivers have to move, the less distortion will be produced. As a side benefit, when the drivers and amps don't have to work as hard, it will help them last longer, so it helps reliability too. Third, localization becomes much less of a concern, as the bass from one sub can much more easily draw attention to its location than two subs with spacing between them. Fourth, more output capacity means less compressed peaks, so you will get a more effortless and unhindered presentation. Fifth, the Outlaw EX
subs are on a good sale right now, so you can get one for $630 shipped, but that sale lasts only a few more days.
As for speakers, if you don't need a system that can get really loud, I would look at the KEF R series bookshelf speakers. They have a great response out to 60 degrees off axis, this is a very good measurement. You'll want the matching R series center speaker with those as well. For surround speakers, I wouldn't bother with the pricey R series surrounds, I would just go with some Q series bookshelf speakers. Anyway, that system ought to sound very sweet. Next to that, I would look into some Ascend Sierras with the RAAL tweeter upgrade. On the other hand, if this is for a dedicated home theater room, and you want some serious THX level dynamics, I would say look at some other speakers for the front stage, namely Pi Fours with upgraded drivers
, or JTR Noesis 228HT
, or JBL LSR6332
s, or Gedlee Nathan
s. For surround speakers with such a system, I would be looking for some JBL 8340A surround speakers.