Thanks for those screen links, saves me a lot of manual calculation that i had been doing
For the speakers, i had actually decided that i could spend a little more and i was looking at the Polk 265RT and 255C-RT for the LCR, Polk 80 f/x RT for surrounds, and RC80i for atmos and maybe rear surrounds(?), and the PSW505 for the sub. My wife doesn't like a lot of bass either but i think she might change her mind after a movie or too (hopefully!)
. However, if people think it would work or is "allowed" i'd be interested in using the Polks for the LCR and Sub and going with monoprice sourround\atmos for now. For the Sub, i saw the Klipsch deal and was very interested in that, but the Pok is a 12" and has some really great reviews. Thoughts on that?
Also, based on my AVR, i can only power 7 speakers right now, which 7 would be best for me, i usually use Plex to watch tv\movies and i might watch stuff from Fiber TV, so would a 5.1.2 or 7.1 system be the better setup right now? If i go with 5.1.2, should i do LCR, Sub, Atmos, and the L\R Surround, or the Rear surrounds or do i need to move them all together?
Attached is what
generously helped me with on placement, but since i can't do a full 7.2.2 system right now, what do people recommend?
videos, they were great, i actually watched them all except for the most recent one and really learned a lot, loved the MU representation in the middle of KS!
For the screen, i actually was swayed more toward 2.35\4 screen, but after i measured it out, i don't think it would fit well, and that's because of the soffit. I would have to lower the screen too far (IMO) to keep it away from the bottom of the soffit (82") and then it wouldn't have a border (which i think might be ok) but the screen might be too low. I'm only going to have one row of seating (sectional of some sort) with a "bar\couch table" behind the couch with some stools. Do you think that would still fit if i stretched it over another 15 or so inches?