7.2.2 Atmos system driven by Anthem/Butler Audio/ Rotel/Klipsch amplification in a finished basement.  All wiring has been run in-wall as well as all ceiling tiles in the drop ceiling have R-13 insulation laying across them to reduce vibrations. Theater space is openly connected to a 18'x10' secondary part of the room on the right with a bar space connected for a total space of about 18'x22'.  Subs are also active when in 2-Channel.

Room Details

Dimensions: 18’ × 12’  Medium
Ceiling: 7’

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    • Anthem AVM 70
    Atmos capable processor
    • Butler Audio TBD-5150
    5x150 watt hybrid amplifier used to bi-amp the mains and power the center
    • Rotel RB-1070
    2x140 watt amp used for height speakers
    • Sony XBR-75X900F
    75" 4K TV
    • Sony UBP-X800M2
    4k Universal Blu-Ray Player
    • Apple TV 4K
    Primary video source component
    • Pro-Ject Audio Systems Debut Carbon Evolution
    Vinyl playback in slate blue
    • Pro-Ject Audio Systems Phono Box MM
    Phono pre-amp
    • Monster Power HTS 3500 MkII
    Power center
    • Klipsch KLF-30
    2 12" woofers with horn loaded mid and tweeter with the Crites titanium tweeter upgrade
    • Klipsch KLF-C7
    8" woofers and horn loaded tweeter with the Crites titanium upgrade
    • Klipsch RS-3 II
    Side surround speakers
    • Klipsch KSF-S5
    Rear surround speakers
    • Klipsch CDT-5650-C II
    In-ceiling Atmos height speakers
    • Klipsch KW-120-THX
    Passive 12" subwoofer (2 in the room)
    • Klipsch KA-1000-THX
    500W per channel dedicated subwoofer amp

Comments 1

Very nice setup.
The only thing I'd do would be to add some sound-absorbing panels to the wall just forward of the right-hand KLF-30's horns to mitigate reflections.
Otherwise, I'm very envious.


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