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Originally Posted by Jesse Coulter
Thanks for the info. I'll have to look into the 5.1 ceiling. Thought that was a good route.
Trying to keep it under 3k for the whole thing.
no problem. you have ample budget to get something you and your family will enjoy for years. The more time and effort you put into research and planning, the better your experience should be.
looks like you'll have 4 zones. many mid-tier receivers will come with capability for 3. ( Denon 4400 for example) you can add the 4th zone via the wireless system. and/or via the "B" terminals of an outboard zone amp like the audiosource amp100VS / AD1002 ( class D version). it will be tied to whichever zone you connect the amp to, but it is another way to do it.
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