Originally Posted by Se7enwolf
you guys really are ignorant.
Actually you are the ignorant one my friend based on your approach to building out a trick theater. You give us no more information than you have a deep pocket. The belief that a professional will take your money and build the a theater that THEY want will be your downfall.
A true professional will listen to all your needs and then bring you ideas that exceed your expectations. You seem to think that building a theater is all about selecting the best equipment. In reality it starts with the construction process. These are the things that should be on your priority planning list.
Segregating the HVAC system for soundproofing, Sizing it to handle all the toys you are planning.
Using sound isolation framing techniques
Choice of lighting and installation methods to control sound.
Pre-wiring the theater for speakers, projector, tactile transducers for the seating, remote control lighting, riser step lights
Using extra mass and damping agents in the walls
Location and size of stages, proscenium, and risers
Very few GC/homebuilders have a grasp of all of these concepts and without you doing the necessary research to provide the direction or hiring a pro to act in your interests you will a room that won't live up to the potential that your budget suggests.