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Need some ceiling like speaker ideas for my new Atmos setup

i have started to set up a HT/music room, and I have a few issues. I first off have a long rectangular room 20x 14 with a sloped ceiling running from 20'+ to 12'. I am set up with my system along the long wall. I used so build speaker boxes for cars, n was good at it.

I know I could do something like this but I need this to look good as well as get great results. So my speakers setup so far are klipsch RP-160M's in the front, rp- 250c, RP-150M sides, and RP-250s as rears.

Any ideas? If this is in the wrong place please let me know n I will repost there.

I am using a Yamaha 3040 w/ Adcom amps helping out.

Thankyou
Rob
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The speakers are highly sensitive and easy to drive. The Adcom amps are likely to be a waste of money. They'll get you an couple of DB but won't make anything sound better. That's a big room to fill so make sure you get a good sub or two to fill it up.
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