This is Chris. As you might gather from his attire, he's from Baltimore and is a hardcore Ravens fan (that's the city's NFL team for those who don't follow professional football). His love for his team carries over to his purple-clad home theater room that he built out in his basement.
Chris says he's been a Ravens fan since 2003. When he purchased his house in 2011, he and his brother wanted to make a theater room dedicated to the Ravens. They knew they wanted to black out the ceiling and have purple walls.
A friend of Chris' acquired some dream seats from an ESPN Zone that had recently closed.
"I have a regular group of six guys come over every week so we knew we needed to build a platform for the back row," Chris says. "Over the years I've added more memorabilia and upgraded some of the theater equipment."
"With a friend's help we installed this two-tap keg beer system into an old fridge," Chris says.
He recently upgraded his setup with this 70-inch 4K Vizio and a secondary 42-inch Toshiba that's dedicated to showing the NFL Red Zone channel.
This poster of Ray Lewis (Chris calls him "the best Ravens player ever") was a Christmas gift.
A little wider shot of the same area.
A Harman Kardon AV240 that Chris purchased at Circuit City about 15 years ago and still loves.
He recently upgraded the center channel speaker to a Sony CS8 "to get better vocals."
View from the back of the room.
A PS4 for gaming and Blu-ray-viewing fun.
JBL's North Ridge Series 12 shakes the whole basement, Chris says.
Black and purple are the Ravens' official colors. A black ceiling also helps darken the room for a more theatrical feel.
Another look at the front of the dual TVs, primed for holiday-season football.
Chris says: "A dart board for something to do when the game isn't going as we hoped."