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Does anyone think it is possible to create a decent theater experience in a room that is 233 inches by 92 inches wide. 9 foot ceilings. Was thinking two rows of "loveseat" type seating with the back raised up one foot. Maybe 80-90inch screen.
 

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That's very tight, but if your seating fits it could work and with that length, you could put in a 3rd row with a counter and stools.
 

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I was thinking of putting the seating off center to allow for just a one foot wide path down the right side of the room, but was not so sure if that would totally mess up the sound for whoever was sitting closer to the left wall. Or I could go with a little smaller love seat to allow for 10 or so inches on each side.
 

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10-12 inches for an aisle is really tight. Probably too tight for a primary pathway. If you have any lighting and or surround speakers mounted on the wall and add a riser, it could be painful. Take a chair and put it 10" from a wall and try to easily pass by. Also, take a shot a drawing a plan for your room. Those two steps should answer your question about a 10" aisle.


With a 6' foot loveseat pushed against one wall, you would have a 20-22" aisle on one side.


With a 5' foot loveseat centered, you would have a 16" aisle on each side - still a little tight but getting better.
 
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