I have a pair of Triton 7 along with the Goldenear XL center and AON 3's for rear speakers.
The above is coupled with a medium quality AVR (Marantz NR1604) and plays beautifully both music and movies.
Given your screen set up - while I could go on about Goldenear, there is a sleeper speaker that is definitely worth the look for a movie set up and that would be the Def Tech Studio 65. It is an excellent bang for the buck and works well for your purposes. I consider it a worthy contender.
I went with the Goldenear as I listen to quite a bit of music and it was bit more to my liking (purely subjective). As for the Def Tech Studio 65, I helped a friend set up a small theater room and it rocks with those speakers for movies. He has 6 of them plus a center and sub. My set up is in a living room with a 65" plasma TV so its a nice fit.
Bottom line is you really need to listen to some of the speakers mentioned above as they may have similar specs but ultimately, it comes down to what sounds good to your ears. There are other makes that I liked but the Goldenear for the price and sound was perfect for my needs. If I were to set up a theater room, I think I would rather go with "bookshelf" speakers that can be more easily placed along with the center and sub(s).
Goldenear speakers, Marantz NR1604, Oppo 103, TiVo, 2x NAS, experiment play HTPC with XBMC
Media - DVD, Blue Ray, archived movies, 96/24 Flac, CD quality digital files in both AAC and FLAC, MOV educational files, more
Last edited by Phrehdd; 09-10-2014 at 01:05 PM.