certainly not a waste of money, but some amps/speakers will be better suited to a room like that.
I have some home cinema and Sonos stuff.
And if you're putting in a TV, you'll need to think about blinds to block out some of the light.
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we'll be having blinds installed to all windows and doors. not much i'll be able to do about the the glass roof though
the tv will be mounted on the south wall facing north, and it will be underneath the boxed ceiling so maybe in shade for some of the day?
whats gonna be the best screen for the room, plasma/lcd/led?
So much as I love plasmas, I think in your case LCD or LED lit LCD is a better option, due to your glass roof.
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