I'm currently finishing out my basement and have plans to build a dedicated home theater room that will measure approximately 21ft long by 15 feet wide. I've been looking around trying to figure out what type of seating I should put in the room and I came across the seating from HT Design.
I'd like to fit at least 5, if not 6, seats in my front row. The Paget looks to be the narrowst chair that HT Design offers. I still haven't decided if I should go with manual or power recline. I understand that having the power recline lets you set the chair exactly where you want it to be, but I'm really concerned about the motor burning out or failing. Then my HT chair would be basically useless! Going with the manual seems like it might be the more reliable long-term option.
Also, is there a huge difference in the comfort levels of the chairs? My HT room will also double as a music listening room and I spend quite a bit of time listening to music. I'm wondering if I should consider putting one of the more expensive model chairs in my "sweet spot" so that if I'm listening to music or watching a movie I can be in an awesome chair. If the comfort levels of the chairs are vastly different, I may want to put a better chair in my main listening position.
I don't know much about furniture build quality. Are these seats well made? Will they hold up for a long time?