My home cinema.\n\nRoom 15 feet long, 10.6' feet wide (but I have to scale it down to 9' wide due to odd shape of the room) 7.8' feet high.\n\nx6 Irwin rocker cinema seats and all is due to be refitted soon with the seating moved forwards by a few more inches.\n\nThree Samson SRK21 19" racks 21U frame height.\n\n\n\nI have to fix in timber and make a frame around the door area that will concealed all the cables as well give some support to a new set of soon to be fitted in JBL 8330 surrounds.\n\nHitachi LCD with HD ready 1080i only or 720p video projector behind the wall with small port window I knocked in the wall in few hours. A very temporary bed sheet for projector on with large new sheet of Spandex that will be used for a new screen once I get around to it.\n\n\n\nThe room is mono pole surrounded with x12 JBL control 1 and gives a good in head surround. Its not about loudness as the levels are set to be same as single stage channel and seamlessly smooth with the pans that move around the room.\n\n\n\nWindow is covered over to keep sunlight from distracting or washing out the projector when used. Rest of the wall will be covered over with acoustical tiles and narrow 1x1 timber fitted vertically down the wlal and a cheap warm coloured bed sheet king size will be stretched across and stabled to the timber or I might go with black, black room. Not sure the cat will like that? \n\nOverhead surrounds to me is as old as going to see STAR WARS back around December 1977 where auditorium had side back wall surrounds and flush mounted surrounds in the ceiling. When working at UCI 10 screens 25 years ago all the auditoriums had EV surrounds fitted to the suspended ceiling and the effect of it worked quiet will with DOLBY STEREO A\/SR with CP55.\n\n\n\n\nYes its a CRT that I happen to like and when I'm ready to buy a flat screen 1080 40 or +50" but for now I like the old CRT and have the projector for larger image when I bother to use it?\n\nA few bits of timber knocked up for stage and with matched JBL control 12SR toed in a bit and tilted down so they beam the sound across the front to back row with clear HF directional sound loud enough for the room size. Bass mid can give a chest kick if it needs to. JBL 12" sub on the stage supports LCR with an extra low end if I want it turned on. The larger JBL 18" sub can manage just below 20Hz with tow ports blocked up and roll off below 30Hz and can vibrate the concrete based floor if need to at 126db levels. Another JBL 12" sub below to left stage also for LCR sub bass support.\n\n\n\nAbove is the bed sheet that works fine got a few creases but its bed sheet what else can I expect from it for £4.99. Once the spandex screen goes up fitted to a wooden frame it will be tight crease free I hope.\n\n\n\n\n\nCupholders are also good support for the remote control when not drinking.\n\nSound rack consisting of consumer and cinema grade professional.\n\nLaserdisc AC-3 Pioneer\nDVD multi-regional Pioneer\nHD-DV Toshiba\nBluray Phillips\nBluray Sony\n\nOnkyo TH SR-875 is used as decoder processor only while all speakers is powered by its own amplifier.\n\nBehringer MDX4600 limiter\/compressor\nHarman Kardon AVP1a\nDolby CP500\ndts CAD-5\nDolby CP45 for side wall surround wired up for expansion matrix overhead and below seating surround.\nDolby CP45 for rear back surrounds\nSony SDDS DFP-D3000\nLucasfilm Ltd THX Sound System crossover\/monitor 3417 with all the original THX crossover cards. (this is one of two THX I have)\nDolby CP65\nDolby CP55\n6 channel mixer\n31 band 1\/3 Behringer EQ GEQ3102\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nSurround sub bass at the back of the room on each side of the back for extra low end support.\n\n\n\n\nI used some AVR's for powering other speakers since they all have 7.1 inputs and I can use the amplifiers for cheap cost. Some other vintage amplifiers and some studio amplifiers as well. projector sat on mounted wall brackets beside the fridge freezer. \n\n\n\nA lot of cables coming though the wall. Processor amp cables coming though and speaker cables going out and return AMP cables for the THX sound system to monitor or check for alignment of phase frequency levels and more. RGB cables and video cable and S-Video.\n\n\n\n\n\nBlack cat, Sooty watches some highly logical Mr. Spock, TOS STAR TREK.