2 or 3 theatre rooms ago I would have normally agreed. But the Rosco paint isn't that much duller than the others when all is said and done. I've used them all, tested them all. Roscos paint is hard to clean as it's flat not matte, matte has a slight sheen and is smoother to touch which means easier to clean. And it is grey in colour no matter how many coats you put on. And you must undercoat. It's not about the darkness of the black level, it's about the dullness. I had a gloss black door in one of my rooms with the rosco paint on the walls and the gloss black door was far blacker but reflected more light because it had more gloss. also dont mix it down too much it will become like a dye and your undercoat will just continue to show thru it.
ask Rosco about airless spraygun.
check this thread
Glad to help ; Ide go for the pioneer still ; the difference in the watts/ch is nothing when you consider the logarithmic nature of db output and the output all channels driven isn't given unfortunately..'
The pioneer still has the better room eq 'MCACC ; And also good sub eq ''Subwoofer EQ (4 Band)'' if its parametric [ probably] which is the important end of the frequency response The onk has an extra set of binding posts if you need more than 1 extra zone and an extra component input [ unnecessary these days ]
What makes it hard is the onk has a full set of pre amp outs ; very handy if you want to add a power amp later ; having more headroom for the lossless soundtracks available these days is an upgrade many have done .. If you have good efficient speakers though you may be happy without one.. Lets hope " the computer says no '' or at least the insurers
The sc lx I should add if they take a payment from you has the flexibility / capability of 4 ceiling speakers not just 2 = 7.2.2ch/5.2.4ch configuration