My HT is located in my multi-purpose basement (HT, weight room, kid play area, office, etc.) by design. The open portion of the basement where my HT resides is a bit oddly shaped (far from rectangular or square), and is ~800 sq ft (with 7/8' ceilings or ~6000 cu ft). Later on I will move my HT into the spare bedroom down in the basement, but not for quite some time. We very much enjoy the HT where it is right now.Speakers
Mains - Def Tech BP7000SC x 2
Center - Def Tech CLR3000
Wides - Def Tech BP2000 x 2
Heights - Def Tech SM450 x2
Surround & Surround Backs - Def Tech BP7002 x 4
Subs - Seaton SubMersive HP (not shown in pics below yet) x 5 & Epik Empire x 4Equipment
AVR - Denon AVR-4311CI (in "preamp mode" and calibrated with Audyssey Pro)
Audyssey Sub Equalizer (no longer being used as of July 8, 2011)
Audyssey Installer Kit
Behringer DCX2496 (not shown in pics below yet)
Emotiva XPA-2 x 1 (driving mains)
Emotiva XPA-5 x 2 (driving the other 9 channels)
Buttkicker LFE Kit
Oppo BDP-93 (not shown in pics below yet)
Playstation 3 (original phat 60 GB)
Samsung UN55C8000 3D LED (my old Sony KDL-52XBR4 in pics below)Cabinet
Salamander Synergy Triple 30
- with 3 active cooling rear extenders (well worth the extra $)Universal Remote
Logitech Harmony 890
- with Playstation 3 adapterPower Conditioning and Surge Protection
Richard Gray Power Conditioner 400 Pro
Richard Gray Power Conditioner 600 S
Richard Gray Power Conditioner 1200 CustomPower Circuits
My HT is driven by four 20-amp circuits.
The first circuit powers my quad Epik Empires. I use the RGPC 400 Pro on this circuit.
The second circuit powers dual Seaton SubMersive HPs, an Emotiva XPA-5, the Def Tech BP7000SCs, and the Def Tech CLR3000. I use the RGPC 600 S on this circuit.
The third circuit powers a single Seaton SubMersive HP (using a 50 ft 12-gauge extension cord run along the wall
The fourth circuit powers the rest of my system (e.g. dual Seaton SubMersive HPs, the Samsung UN55C8000, an Emotiva XPA-2, an Emotive XPA-5, the Def Tech BP2000s, the Def Tech BP7002s, Buttkicker LFE Kit, etc). I use the RGPC 1200 Custom on this circuit.
Although the RGPCs are not current limiting, I prefer to plug my amplifiers (Emotivas and Buttkicker) directly into the wall. For now I have my subwoofers plugged into the RGPCs (except for one Seaton SubMersive HP).Pictures