I'm a happy owner of five Sonos speakers throughout my current home, three play 3s and two play 1s, older models. We love the functionality. Our original home is fairly small. But not anymore.
We have just added a 22'x22' great room to the house. It has a 14' cathedral ceiling with 8' high walls and will feature hardwood floors with area rugs and traditional skim-coated plaster walls. There are a few large windows. I'm considering a 70-80" television just due to the size of the space. The framing is completed and rough electrical will be installed in the next three weeks, so my time to select home theater for wiring, etc, is getting tight, and I'd like to stick to Sonos, but had a couple of questions for this community:
1) Does anyone who currently has the Sub/Playbar/Play 1 configuration have it in a room about this size or larger (480-500 square feet) and if so, is the system sufficient for this size of a space? (It feels like it might be small, especially with the cathedral ceiling), and
2) What add-ons can I make to the home theater system to improve or increase the sound? If we can't go 7.1 as I understand from this forum, can I add Play 3s or Play 5s to the system at all? and if so, how many? is the theater system itself expandable or would i just be adding speakers to increase sound coming from the playbar as a center speaker?
I really don't want to deviate from Sonos. We love the functionality too much to leave it.
Thanks in advance for your thoughts. Most appreciated!