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This is Ike. No, he's not from The North. He hails from Brisbane, Australia, and he says his "home-theater man-cave shows my geekiness and love for science fiction, fantasy and music."

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"This is my dream sanctuary where I get to relax and enjoy watching TV, listening to music, playing in a band," Ike says.

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The TV is a 75-inch Panasonic Viera LED TV that Ike says has "very good black rendering, comparable to modern OLED TVs."

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His Star Wars collection includes a 48-inch Storm Trooper with motion sensor, a Kylo Ren helmet and, of course, R2 and C3PO.  

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The TV from another angle.

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With the backdrop canvas, these Star Wars craft look more like they're actually flying in space. The Millennium Falcon is a vintage model that's 2 feet long. Ike "won it" in an online bidding war.

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Tie Fighter.

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Sound is provided by a Dolby Atmos-enabled 7.2 speaker system. The speakers are a combination of JBL Venue series and Dali Concept series.

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On the right side of the TV area he has his Marvel display shelf and a collection of musical instruments that include keyboards, various electric guitars and an electronic drum kit.

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The Marvel collection up close. The shield is not real vibranium.

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His collection of DVDs, Blu-ray and 4K discs. Substantial, but Ike's no Cinema Sicko.

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Guitar collection.

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Drum set.

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Roland keyboard.

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There's even room for a few shots of Ike's family.

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These are band PA speakers for when he gets together with his mates for jam sessions.

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His 48-inch Darth Vader also has a motion sensor. The Storm Trooper fiberglass helmet on top of the JBL stage speaker is wearable, as is the Mandalorian helmet.

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Closeup of Darth Vader.

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A little anime for good measure.

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Ike's "prime" display items: Life-size Iron Man Mark 42 and Mark 43 with lights. Behind them are a second Captain America shield (also not vibranium) and Thor's Mjolnir hammer.

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The Game of Thrones section. And you thought White Walkers were spooky.

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Full Game of Thrones display.

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Battery-powered dancing Baby Groot next to Antman and The Wasp figurines.

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And that's it, folks. We'll leave you with another look at Ike's seating area and side/back of the room.

We have plenty more Show Us Yours showcases to see here . And if you want your home theater featured on CNET, please submit photos of it here. We're always looking to publish more showcases.

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