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Originally Posted by sivartk /forum/post/12399062
I actually went for a sectional (space constraints) and the benefit over dedicated seats is the ability to sit close to that special someone and being able to stretch out and lie down.
Both things that are hard to do in a real theater
If my room could have 2 rows, I'd probably have one dedicated individual seat row and one with a recliner loveseat type of seating.
Originally Posted by MikeFalz /forum/post/11243203
Agreed, you can't compare comfort in a real theater to seats like the ones above or the ones I have. I went with Irwin Ambassador seats. They're really comfy (memory foam), high backed, rockers that give a real theater look. You can also fit more of them in a room because they're not as big as recliners.
So it really comes down to personal preference.