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Flush mount ceiling tile systems?

So after 15 years of wanting I'm finally starting on my home theater in my basement (build thread will come later, I have been taking some pictures). I'm not doing anything insane for trapping sound but I'm not sure what I want to do with the ceiling.

Most of the wires go through the floor joists overhead (theater is in the basement, 8' ceilings) and I like having access to them so I am heavily leaning on a flush mount ceiling tile setup. I was looking at Ceilingmax with either Certainteed or Armstrong tiles but I was curious if others had other/better ideas?

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Not sure if its a better idea but I used SNAP CLIP for my basement ceiling and have received a lot of compliments on how it looks from friends and family.
Its super easy to install and low profile....there are pictures in my build thread

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Not sure if its a better idea but I used SNAP CLIP for my basement ceiling and have received a lot of compliments on how it looks from friends and family.
Its super easy to install and low profile....there are pictures in my build thread
Wow, that does look good!

Is that Roxul above it for sound deadening?
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Wow, that does look good!

Is that Roxul above it for sound deadening?
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Yes it is and I also did a couple layers of drywall and green glue above the theater area

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