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For a room size 22'9"x15'9"x9', what setup would be best for a 9.4.6 configuration. Just needing suggestions for bed and atmos channels
Your room is 22'9"x15'9"x9', or 6.9 x 4.8 x 2.75m, nice size room!

BEST (Hollywood studio quality, THX PM3 level) would be:
LCR: 3 x P815
Surrounds: 6 x P8 or P8iW
Subs: 1 x P18, 3 x P15A
Ceiling: 6 x P8 or P8iW

VERY VERY GOOD:
LCR: 3 x P815
Surrounds: 6 x P6 or P6V
Subs: 1 x P18, 3 x P15A
Ceiling: 6 x P6 or P5 or P5iW

VERY GOOD:
LCR: 3 x P610
Surrounds: 6 x P6 or P6V
Subs: 1 x P15FP, 3 x P15A
Ceiling: 6 x P5 or P5iW

Does that answer your question?
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Your room is 22'9"x15'9"x9', or 6.9 x 4.8 x 2.75m, nice size room!

BEST (Hollywood studio quality, THX PM3 level) would be:
LCR: 3 x P815
Surrounds: 6 x P8 or P8iW
Subs: 1 x P18, 3 x P15A
Ceiling: 6 x P8 or P8iW

VERY VERY GOOD:
LCR: 3 x P815
Surrounds: 6 x P6 or P6V
Subs: 1 x P18, 3 x P15A
Ceiling: 6 x P6 or P5 or P5iW

VERY GOOD:
LCR: 3 x P610
Surrounds: 6 x P6 or P6V
Subs: 1 x P15FP, 3 x P15A
Ceiling: 6 x P5 or P5iW

Does that answer your question?

Thank you so much Gerben!
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Procella - I have listened to them at several trade shows and walk away impressed but I think they can be shrill on the high end. Now room treatments (don't forget this aspect), calibration and eq tweaks can help. Again this is just me probably.
I'm very sensitive to this as well and haven't found the same with any of the Procella systems I've experienced, including two of the best residential setups.

Peter Jackson had an unlimited budget and no brand loyalty....but sound quality had to be paramount. He chose the P815s (because of the size of HIS room vs. standard P8s) for this reason. Heck of an endorsement.

There's also a reason why CEDIA chose a full Procella system for their no-hold-barred reference theater system at CEDIA HQ. Again, P815s for LCR, P6 sides and P8iw for Atmos. Also P18s for the subs.

I also agree with @nonstopdoc1 that the size of your room is much more befitting a Procella, JBL, Triad on the upper range to fill the room at reference but without distortion. Simple physics automatically pushes you in this direction, not to mention having a speaker with a waveguide to get the higher frequencies over the longer seating distances found in a larger home theater vs. ribbons, domes, etc.
Where can I find more information on the Peter Jackson home cinema with Procella Speakers? Any white paper or article about it?
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What size is your room? Do you have a seat riser?
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Where can I find more information on the Peter Jackson home cinema with Procella Speakers? Any white paper or article about it?


https://vimeopro.com/imaginethisuk/l...screening-room

https://thecediadesigner.org/blog/po...edia-designer/


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Can the p8's be stand mounted?

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What size is your room? Do you have a seat riser?
The acoustic shell is 9.6m x 6.4m x 3.6m. The finished room is 7.5m x 6.2m x 3.3m.

There is a 300mm riser for the back row.

I've recently uploaded all my photos to a series of posts at the end of my build thread after Photobucket finally got around to killing my account.

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Can the p8's be stand mounted?
Yes, of course they can be stand mounted. Can in contact with us via email, send us your drawings or sketches so we can advise you on best options for placement. [email protected]
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