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Building an Atmos system in a 15’x17’x9’ room

Denon 110 anniversary AVR is on the way. I already have a pair of Boston acoustic 150A speakers, as well as four Klipsch ceiling speakers and a Costco Klipsch “5.1.4 atmos set”, ready to go, But I’m not married to any of these, and I suspect that the “atmos set” isn’t the best way to go, as the “Bookshelf“ speakers all incorporate up-firing “atmos“ secondary speakers, rather than just being the best quality bookshelf speakers they can be. Any suggestions for how to flush this AVR out to a full Atmos system for this room?

Re: Building an Atmos system in a 15’x17’x9’ room

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So, I'm thinking that a better solution would be six Klipsch Synergy Black Label B-200 Bookshelf Speakers for wide-front (to augment the BA150As), two for surround, and two for rear-surround, with a (I think timbre matching) Klipsch C-200 center channel, and those four Klipsch CDT-5650-C II In-Ceiling Speakers for the Atmos top stuff. 

Is this even the right place to ask about this stuff?  :-p