Nope Peter had custom versions based on strato's, according to his twitter he dislikes the stock seats, see your PM. At ISE the Flemish rep. told me; with Peter everything turns into a custom. That quote from his website is telling. Shows his dedication, to extend to seating, as well. Just ask him about motorized headrest.
Thanks for your input, Donald. Much appreciated!
I'll check with the different manufacturers at ISE to see which ones have true high end seating. Peter's custom Cineak model might be the best one out there.
The not technically home theater Maverick power recliners I have from Lazy Boy do all that and more, dual frame, separate mechanism for the bottom/footrest, top/headrest, lumbar and cervical - total comfort and adjustability for us ol' arthritic prone codgers! See photos above in this thread!
Continuing down this rabbit hole, my seat in my den/man cave/"theater" is a leather La-Z-Boy Randell Power Recliner. Full power footrest, recline, headrest and lumbar with two memory positions, wireless backlit remote, USB power port and battery back-up power.
La-Z Boy, search website by model to see available configurations and features. E.G., I have the Maverick power rocking recliner with headrest and lumbar (wired controller for footrest/bottom, headrest/top, cervical and lumbar). You can get all the Maverick features in a sofa or loveseat, too.
My understanding is that La-Z Boy rocking recliners all swivel - I got a pair for my daughter which are rocking manual and they also swivel.
It just depends on the specific model. Neither of mine(current and previous manual version) swivel. Only rock. And some don’t even do that. The “wall recliners” , which can be placed very close to a wall and still fully recline, because they will actually slide forward automatically, do not rock (or swivel).