Please keep this in mind when buying.....if this is being used as a dedicated to home theater use 90% of the time your money needs to be spent on the Center channel and Sub or Subs first and foremost
. All the other speakers mean very little(relative). Simply no reason to drop $250 on center channel and then pay like $500 each for towers next to it, it should be the other way around. The towers or side speakers will really shine for music but beyond that they are playing off camera stuff most of the time with some surround music for added effect for most movies. Not going to be a ton of difference between sound quality of a $700 left or right speaker and $250 speaker for home theater use in a complete setup. Also, please don't go get sucked into some crazy $500 surround sound speakers either. A pair of speakers for $99 will do just fine for that use compared to the $500 set.
This is a solid set up that Zorba recommended.
Denon X2500 receiver, $380 (google for source since we're not allowed to post direct links here)
Emotiva T-Zero towers, $400/pr
Emotiva C1 center, $250
NHT SuperZero surrounds, $140/pr
NHT SuperZero Atmos height speakers, $140/pr
(I also think Atmos is grossly overrated, but your call)
2 x Monolith 10" THX subs, $1K (Amazon)
Honestly, I'd probably even spend less on surrounds something like https://www.amazon.com/Polk-Audio-T1...6627212&sr=8-1
, if the budget is tight forget Atmos for now or just buy some cheap like $60 a pair speakers for it and I'd swap out the 2 Monolith 10" subs for 2 12" HSU http://www.hsuresearch.com/products/vtf-2mk5.html
Maybe with a little left over money go with the Emotiva C2+ Center instead. Spending more on your Center or subs will always be an upgrade in the overall experience.