uprading again, any input would be greatly appreciated
Currently my system is:
Panasonic PN50UT30 Plasma
Pioneer Elite SC-65
BP8060ST w/A60 Modules for F/FH-L/R
PROMONITOR 800 SB-L/R
Here is my current problem. The system itself is great, we rent the home, hence the ridiculous speaker placement in rear(the SB channels were already wired) but that's unimportant. We begin building our home/ my new dedicated theater. As most are currently, I couldnt decide on either atmos or auto 3d. Luckily the guys in the auro for home thread are sharing their positive outcomes configuring both at once and merely using a switch to change out certain pairs. I will be following suit and therein lies my issue. Basically I can run a 9 channel base with FH, FW, and SB adding only a pair of in ceiling speakers over MLP for atmos as well as a pair of on wall(ideally aimable) speakers at L/R Center of height layer.
Here are my proposed changes:
Swap elite avr to new denon 5200 series
A60 and PM800 are gonna go and I'll need 1pair FH on wall, 1 pair for FW, 1 pair SB, One pair in ceiling as well as on wall. I am torn between loading up on mythos fours for FW, a pair of mythos centers(3,7) for L/R height layer , then mythos on walls(2,6) for FH, and whatever in ceilings. Other option being multiple sets of BP1.2/2/V/Xs.
Any input would be greatly appreciated. I have heard mythos speakers before, but I'm not familiar with the older wood surrounds as far as tonality is concerned (but they get bonus points for being super cheap to buy second hand)
Cost is not really a concern, as they're all closeouts. Thanks for the time
*sidnote- For sale 1pr A60 modules as well as 1 pair of pm800s. Will trade for speakers listed above*
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