Hi all, I registered on here quite a while ago and have been drooling over the systems i've seen! So I thought it was time to share my cinema room with you all. It doesn't come close to some i've seen but i'm happy with it!
The room I have the system in is the master bedroom, whilst it's not a massive room it does do the job. It's not completely finished yet as I still have some work to do with the cabling but I am in the process of making a few changes, mainly adding front wide speakers and still trying to find the best place for the subwoofer as I feel the sub is one of the hardest things to position and get right in a home cinema.
UPDATE: At the end of October 2013 my 5508 processor decided to finish itself off with the dreaded well known Onkyo HDMI board failure. I then contacted Genserve here in the UK and my unit was sent off for repair. I was without it for just over a month and every time I rang them to find out the progress of the repair, I was always being told that the part was on order. I then decided to have a rant and after many phone calls I got a brand new TX-NR 5010 receiver as a replacement which is still being used to this day and I love it!
Another small update is that I have my MK M5's on wall brackets (well just one at the moment, the other side I'm going to build a stand, see pic) for front wides and they sound excellent. Also I have painted the ceiling a liquorice black to reduce reflection from the projector screen which has made a huge difference!
On to the equipment list:
JVC X-30 Projector
94" Seymour Centre Stage XD AT Screen
3 x MK IW95 for front LCR housed in a false wall behind the screen
2 x MK M4T's for side/rears
2 x MK M5's for surround backs (but now being used for front wides which are temporary at the moment until I get some wall brackets)
1 x MK SB1250 Subwoofer
Onkyo 5500 9 Channel Power Amp
Onkyo 5508 Processor (suffered an HDMI board failure and was replaced with a Onkyo TX-NR 5010 Receiver)
Oppo 93 Blu Ray Player
Virgin Tivo Box
Logitech 1100 Remote
Futronix P100 Dimmer Switch
Thanks for looking and any comments or suggestions on how I could improve things would be very welcome!