I'm over 100K. Spent a lot on equipment and spent a lot of money and time building the room. Was it worth it... YES! See link below if interested. It is the absolute best place to be for sports and movies are amazing. The family loves it and so do I. As soon as a big processor becomes available for ATMOS and Audyssey in the range of 9.4.8 that isn't silly expensive... that too will be added.
Aerial Acoustics 20T Mains in birds-eye-maple
Aerial Acoustics CC5 center speaker in Birds-eye-maple
Aerial Acoustics SW12 subwoofer X 4 in Birds-eye-maple (1 in each corner)
Aerial Acoustics SR3 surrounds
Aerial Acoustics LR5s for "Wides"
Aerial Acoustics 5BS for "Heights"
Kaleidescape 3U Movie server
Kaleidescape M700 Disc Vault
Sony VPL-VW1000ES 4K (Upgraded) Projector
ISCO Anamorphic Lens on a Cineslide
Stewart Filmscreen, 2.35 aspect, 11.5 ft width with side masking
Bryston 6SST2 500Wx3 in 4 ohms (Mains and Center)
Bryston 4BSST2 500Wx2 in 4 ohms (Wides)
Brysoton 4BSST2 500Wx2 in 4 ohms (Heights)
Parasound 5250 250x5 in 8 ohms (surrounds)
Marantz AV8801 (11.2 pre/pro)
Torus Power CS 25 AVR power conditioner
Panamax MB1500 UPS power conditioner and projector battery backup
Directv HD DVR
OPPO 103 Bluray
Packedge network/router, W7s (two) Waps, C36 controller, 100mgb/s service
Control4 fully automated with HC-800 and Music bridge
Samsung video security/DVR in and out of house fully integrated.
Fortress seating (palladium)- two rows
Kinetics IsoMAX wall and ceiling sound isolation
Acoustic room treatments
FOSI Star Ceiling- Full fiberoptic Star Ceiling with shooting stars and comets
Theater: LxWxH 24 x 18 x 9