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Recommendation Media Room 14' 10" x 19'

I am interested in Media Room. Size will be 14' 10" wide, 19' long and ceiling 10' high, 2 rows of seats/sofa.

I would request advice from forum members as to what screen size can I put and any other recommendations as i am a novice. I have heard Dolby atmosphere speakers and would like to have theater like effect.

I am thinking of requesting quote from Best Buy/Magnolia and other private vendors. I see usual price around 10-11K for decent size package.

Example for $11K:
JVC PROFESSIONAL DLA-RS1000 REFERENCE SERIES 4K D-ILA PROJECTOR
(1) SCREEN INNOVATIONS 5TX120SL12 120" SLATE 1.2 WITH LED
(1) DENON AVR-X2500H HOME THEATER RECEIVER
(2) KLIPSCH PRO-16RW PRO SERIES 6.5" IN-WALL SPEAKERS
(1) KLIPSCH PRO-25RW LCR PRO SERIES DUAL 5.25" IN-WALL SPEAKER
(2) KLIPSCH DS-160W 6.5" 2-WAY IN-WALL LOUDSPEAKERS
(2) KLIPSCH DS-160CDT DESIGNER SERIES 6.5" IN-CEILING SPEAKERS
(1) KLIPSCH R-120SW REFERENCE 12" SUBWOOFER
(1) UNIVERSAL REMOTE CONTROL MX-450 IR/RF HARD BUTTON REMOTE CONTROL WITH COLOR LC
ALL REQUIRED MOUNTING HARDWARE AND A/V CONNECTION CABLES

Another for $11K
Screen - Screen innovations 135" series 5 ALR
Projector - Epson 4k PC 6050 (possibly 4050 depends on overall designs and costs)
Speakers - Klipsch CDT in-wall/ceiling or Revel (overall costs). Yours would be 9ch possibly 11 (again depending on design costs)
Subwoofer - SVS 10" Active
Receiver - Marantz
Universal Remote programmed for control
Lighting - Luton Z wave installation for control via phone or remote.
All wiring during construction and installation after move in is included. This includes 2 hour 46 point calibration of audio and video.
This is turnkey deal with only one price ever charged, I don't nickel and dime. Whatever is needed we get and I do.
Lifetime warranty on workmanship and of course honoring all manufacturers warranties.
Surge protection for projector and all electronic equipment in cabinet (clean power protection is included)
No charge for consulting.Nno design fees.
Pull extra wires during the wiring phase to plan for future additions. Those are coiled up in the attic/wall for future use and are out of sight.

Are these speakers dolby atmos?

Some suggested GoldenEar speakers, Sony over head 4K projector but are expensive.

I will appreciate any input and advise. Thank You.

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Other package for $ 8K
Projector
Sony VPLHW45ES 1080P Hi-Definition SXRD Projector

Screen
Stewart Filmscreen Cima Line 100″ Diagonal Screen. 16:9 Format

Speaker System
Paradigm Custom Series CI65IW In Wall speaker
Paradigm Custom Series CIC65R In Ceiling Speaker
Paradigm Cinema Series 200 Center Channel Speaker

AV Receiver
Onkyo TX-RZ620.2 5.2.1 Dolby Atmos Capable Receiver

Bluray Player
Sony 3D Wireless Bluray player, BDPS6700 with 4k Upconversion

Subwoofer
SVS SB2000 Subwoofer

Programmable Remote
Home Theater Master MX780, Programmable learning remote with Color LCD display

RF Receiver
Universal Remote MRF260 RF Receiver

Projector Mount
Chief RPMAU Universal Projector Mounting Bracket

Cables
WireWorld Island 7 HDMI 2 Meter, WireWorld Island 7 HDMI 9 Meter

Power Management
WattBox 10 outlet surge protector



Other package for $16.5K
Projector
JVC DLAX770R, Hi Definition 1080P Projector with E-Shift4 to support 4k

Screen
EF110H-PST Elite Prime Vision Polar Star Edgeless Screen with LED light kit, 110″

Speaker System
Paradigm Custom Home Series CI H65IW 6 1/4″ In Wall Speaker
Paradigm Custom Series CI C65R 6 1/4″ In Ceiling Speaker
Paradigm Millennia LP2 LCR On Wall Center Channel Speaker

AV Receiver
NAD T758V3 7.1 Surround Receiver with 5.1.2 Atmos Capable. 110 watts per channel. With Bluesound.

Bluray Player
Sony 3D Wireless Bluray player, BDPS6700 with 4k Upconversion

Subwoofer
SVS SB2000 Subwoofer

Subwoofer
SVS SB2000 Subwoofer

Smart Home Control Hub
Clare Cliq Mini CLIQ-MOSM-10

Bridge
Clare Controls Ethernet to IR IP2IR-P

Projector Mount
Chief RPMAU Universal Projector Mounting Bracket

Cables
WireWorld Island 7 HDMI 2 Meter, WireWorld Island 7 HDMI 9 Meter

Power Management
SurgeX SX1115RT Power conditioner. Rack mountable, remote on, 15 amps.

I would like to limit it to below 12K.
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All depends on your preference, but my room is similar in size to yours and I'm running a 150" screen and would never go smaller after having it now (I've owned a 120" and then a 130" and now the 150"). I'd consider a bigger screen.

If your able to go with an acoustic transparent screen and hide all the ugly front sound stage behind it.

I'd suggest trimming some costs somewhere and getting better dual subs, and definitely don't buy that klipsch sub! Again personal preference, but bass makes or breaks a good theater.

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Oh, and definitely spend some money to treat the room with at least some acoustic panels!

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Thanks for the reply.

What will be better subs?

What are acoustic panels?

If I need to make any substitutions in same price range, can you provide me which name model no etc.
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I have a slightly narrower room than yours and have a 155" 2.35:1 screen and wish I had gone bigger - and I only sit 144" away


Look into DIY Spandex AT( Acoustically Transparent) screen if you have a light controlled room and.


I recommend all identical speakers if you can fit them in the room and budget. Bookshelf/standmounts will do as the bass will be taken care of with your multiple subs.
At least do all 3 front speakers identical.
I run all 13 identical small (5" mid-woofer driver) bookshelf speakers in my 7.x.6 system and the soundfield is seamless and was one of the best changes I made. They are sufficient to run at 0MV and fill the room with sound along with my multiple subs.



You will need at least 5.1.4 but preferably 7.1.4 Atmos sytem and I would consider a 7.1.6 if you can fit a Marantz 8805 (or Monotprice HTP1 ?) AVR into your budget.
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I visited the store for media room and showed him above packages.

I was told that only one of these is 4K overhead projector. Some are 1080p and some will upscale to 4K except JVC which is true 4K.

True 4K projectors start at 5K. Any recommendations or advice with Black Friday coming.

Also most of these speakers are low end and I should upgrade at least a little bit even though I don’t want the best of the line.
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