I am planning out my home theater build and will probably start construction in about 3 months. Here is the audio equipment that I plan on using:
Denon - 3808ci (currently own)
Oppo - 93 BluRay Player (currently own)
Polk CSiA6 - Center (currently own)
Polk RT600i - Fronts (currently own)
Polk Rti-A7 - Fronts (future)
Polk 265-RT's - Surround and Rear Surround (need to buy)
HSU - VTF3-MK4 - Sub (Need to buy)
Ok - so does all this work together well. In my currrent setup I have 4 round tc60i's in my ceiling and am using a PSW-350 sub. Overall I think that it sounds very good. The theater will be done right, it will be sound proofed, have bass traps, accoutic tiles on the ceiling and walls for sound dampening, etc. I have been doing some major research on AVSforum.com.
1) Does this setup work well?
2) Will my Denon be enough juice to run a 7.1 system with these speaker in a dedicated home theater?
3) Will the RTi-A7's work even better in the future with this system? As a side note I am going to run two sets of speaker cables for the LCR speakers for future bi-amping. I need to figure out how this works on the receiver side. I have never done this before and assume I can tell the stand alone amp (not the receiver) to do this? I dunno.
3) Is it acceptable, performace wise, to run the LCR's on amps and to use the surrounds (both rear and rear surround) to use the receiver built in amplifier?
Any advice would be appreciated! Thanks