I am planning to set up a new home theater in my 11feet X 21 feet room. Planning to buy Yamaha Aventage RX A 3000 reciever , Denon DNA 7100 Recievers. Speakers yet to decide and i am welcoming the forum members valuable suggestion on the above all .
Setting up a home theater system ain't that easy as it seems. Hence, I would recommend you to get professional help to install a home theater system in your home perfectly for best audio and video results.
I agree with you that setting up a home theater system is not an easy task. One has to consider a lot of factors before buying and installing one in his room. I would suggest to buy a good branded product and speakers. But what if you don't arrange a proper seating? You will never enjoy watching your favorite movies or listen to music in your home theater. So, along with the system get a good quality and comfortable home theater seating. Sit, relax and enjoy.
Now? Can you actually set up a HT system in an 11x21 room? For how many persons?
You MIGHT stand a chance if you go to in-wall and/or ceiling speakers. And while einteractive is floating a good idea, I'll bet it is EXPENSIVE and out of reach for MOST HT buyers. Even a TV Calibrabration from an ISF guy will run 300$ to 400$ easy.
You can set it up. Get the latest Spears and Munsil test disc to help. For best audio set the room up long way and place the seating 4/5ths back from the front wall. I started out like you with an AV reciever and purchased some used ADS speakers from Ebay and Craigslist and rebuilt them to spec using Rich So's services. After exhaustive research on the internet my theater is very good now. Leo and Jan have been very helpful in guideing me along as well. Take a read on the history of ADS speakers in this forum. My system now consists of 5 ADS L1290/2s and 4 ADS L300s for my height speakers. Driving the big speakers with an Anthem P5 Statement, and small speakers with 2 two channel Nikko Alpha 440s. My pre amp processor is an Anthem AV60. My subwoofer is an HSU Vtf-3 MK-4. Every thing is racmounted.
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