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  1. Decide where you are going...5 or 7 base layer and 2 or 4 heights.  There are 9 and 6 too, but that is another story.

     

    Also, when you say back speakers, are you referring to side surrounds or rear?

     

    Highly recommend you read this.

     

    https://www.dolby.com/siteassets/technologies/dolby-atmos/atmos-installation-guidelines-121318_r3.1.pdf

     

    150 over the 120...I like bass....have four 150s in the theater

    RP-600 complement what you have

    TX-RZ50.  Onkyo.     A lot depends on your goals.  Denon has some nice receivers too.

     

     

     

     

     

  2. 1 hour ago, Veloc said:

    I've heard that Klipsch subs have bad amps. 

     

    Do you think that the RP-6000F will be much better than the RP-600M? 

     

    Regarding Klipsch subs.  I have four SPL-150s in the theater and am happy with them.

     

    "Much better' is very relative. I use towers for all surrounds, so I am biased. 

  3. The 8000s and 504C are great.  Same as my LCR. 

     

    Now. if you have a flat ceiling, definitely  try putting the 500SAs on top of the 8000s and use bounce.  See this....

     

    https://www.dolby.com/about/support/guide/speaker-setup-guides/5.1.2-dolby-atmos-enabled-speaker-setup-guide/

     

    Regarding this sentence.  I am guessing you meant RP-500SA as shown in your diagram.

    "+RP-502SA for $400/pair as front elevation atmos speakers."

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