Currently building a house. The family room is rather large 28'x17' with an open floor plan. The rear of the room opens to a breakfast area/kitchen. Half of the family room is a faulted ceiling, which is creating an acoustical nightmare.
The entire house is wired for audio in ceiling except the family room and driven by Elan g! Due to the vaulted ceiling I've opted for satellite speakers in the family room. To keep the wife happy, I'd like to get the best speaker while maximizing aesthetic appeal. I want the speakers to disappear.
I did not want to sacrifice insulation value, so I opted to avoid in wall speakers. However I did place a Subrosa SRS-210 (2700 watt) in an interior wall that faces the family room.
Can someone recommend Fronts/Center and Surround to give me a great acoustical experience. Not much music will be played, however many many movies. I want to feel like I'm on Normandy during the opening 30 of Saving Private Ryan.
I'm torn between KEF T101 and Axiom M3 v3 On-Wall. Any and all advice is appreciated...