Receiver: JVC RX-8000VBK
Center & Rear: Bose AM-7
Sub: Klipsch KSW-100
Audio Transparent Screen: I'm looking for a fixed 92" screen that complements the projector ($500 budgeted) Projector: I'm thinking of the PT-AE4000 ($2200 budgeted) Front Speakers: This is where I'm having the hardest time. At what price point does the law of diminishing returns kick in for fidelity? I'm willing to spend a decent amount of money here, but how much it enough, and how much is too much? I know that's really vague, so let's use the Axiom M60 v2 Floorstanding Speakers at $1k/pr as a starting point. I don't really want to spend that much, but if they are 50% better than the Polk TSI300 at $500 a pair I would consider it. Tactile Transducers: I'm going to get Berkline 40088 because of the small space, and I was quoted $125 per seat for factory installed mini-Butt Kickers. Would two Aura Bass Shakers perform better than a single mini-Butt Kicker for less money? I want what I experienced at the WWII Museum in N.O. Sharp, crisp tactile sensation that drew me into the action.
Thanks for the tip. I'll do some research on how to do a DIY screen with Seymour AV material. I wasn't necessarily considering the Polk or the Axioms, just using them as a frame of reference to establish cost to performance. I totally agree that the front 3 need to match. That is the ultimate goal, but perhaps I should accelerate the purchase of the center and get all three now.
I don't imagine what ever front speakers I purchase will match the AM7s well. That T47 does look like a great speaker, how would you compare the sound quality to the Axiom M60?
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