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Sound Recomendations for Dual Television Gaming

I am planning to do dual gaming monitors side by side in the basement. 65" QLED. I plan to put them on the mounts that swing outward so that when you pull them out they back to each other for games that you can play online against each other like fortnite or sports games but you may want to creep up on someone without them seeing what each other are doing.

I have Surround sound in every room. I would like to do it in this room as well. Do I go with two separate receivers and surround sound systems (one for each Tv)?

Does anyone else have any other suggestions?

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Maybe use headsets...

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