I have some meanwell supplies and they work fine, but I would double the rating from what they say. Mine tend to make a high pitch whine when you draw too much current. I ended up getting 4 40 amps for my ceiling when I should have been able to get away with 2.All of your lighting can be on one 15 amp circuit. If you're unsure, calculate the total wattage and divide by 120 to see how many amps you need. Don't utilize a circuit more than 80%.
As for LED strips, what features are you looking for? Do you need to control the 4 strips independently?
The Mean Well brand of power supplies is well regarded. They are more expensive than the most of the junk on Amazon. Do the power calculations to see what size you need and balance that with the practicality of putting them in a convenient location to see how many you need.
Agreed. I think the extra gain is worth it and I can’t see the texture at 12 feet.
I would recommend using polyfill myself, instead of insulation. Just my 2 cents.Wondering what I should use insulation wise inside my speaker columns? They will be 18" wide and about 6-10" deep with a lot of speaker cloth covering, so perhaps OC703 vs Pink Fluffy? The speaker inside is relatively small compared to the volume of the columns, especially the front ones which are over 9 feet tall.