Here's our downstairs great room/family room. The squaw's only limitation was that it had to look nice (which can be a challenge with having Mastiff's). Biggest challenges were mounting that TV, and hiding the wires. For some reason, the wall plate for the sub cable doesn't work so I have to run a cable from the receiver....i've been too lazy to fix it, so that one cable is still out and about.
July 2014: Replaced the Sb13 with a Seaton Submersive. Despite the size difference, I think the SubM plays well in the room. Scroll down to post #11
and you can see how the SubM and SVS compare in size
August 2015: Made quite a few changes. Gone are songtowers, selah center, seaton submersive. In are Salk HT2-TL's, a Salk Soundscape center, and a Deep Sea Sounds Mariana 18 (see my thoughts here
). You can also see a pic of our new pup watching the dog show.
Jan 2017: Replaced the Salks with a set of Seaton catalysts. The wife did not like that; so they were replaced with a Funk Audio set.
L/C/R: Funk Audio 6.1p towers and 6.2 center
Surrounds: Boston Acoustic in-walls
Sub: None at the moment
Pre/Pro: Anthem AVM 60
Amp: Wyred4Sound 7150
Panny 60 inch plasma. Since this was a combined space, a screen was out of the question
APC c15 (hiding under the stand)
URC MX-890 (well worth the premium over a harmony, imo)
Mastiff. We've always had a mastiff and a westie. Our westie left us in 2015, and our kids are finally old enough that we can handle another dog, so will be adding one soon
Winston @ 14 Months