No room for a theatre room, so my bed room has to suffice, it's a little small, about 3.3 meters wide by 5.6 meters long, but what can you do, on the positive side the room has a double stud wall with a single car garage between it and the rest of the house, so I can crank up the volume without disturbing the rest of the house, only the sub can cause a bit of a disturbance with some movies.
Cambridge Audio 752BD
Emotiva XPA-1 X2
Legacy Audio Signature se
Legacy Audio Silver Screen hd
Legacy Audio Studio hd
SVS PC-13 Ultra
The SVS is in sealed mode pressed up against the chair so it kind of acts as a tactile transducer as well, giving the sensation of having more bass without the extra SPL, the bass is nice and tight too, overall a better improvement than where I used to have it in the rear corner in 16hz mode.
The Cambridge is a nice sounding unit too, in my opinion a better player for music than the Oppo BDP93-NXE I used to have, a warm but still detailed sound with smooth mids and highs, the Legacy's would have to be the best purchases I've ever made, really really nice sounding speakers, a big improvement over my previous speakers, Paradigm Studio 100's and Jamo C809's.
Going direct into the power amps made a big difference too, and it saved me money, it's quite rare in the hifi world when you can get a big improvement in sound without spending any money.