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Show Us Yours: Joe and his wife wanted to replace their unattractive entertainment system with something better. See how they said goodbye to ugly by hiding their wires.
Show Us Yours: Ike's from Down Under and a big fan of science fiction, fantasy and music -- with the basement to prove it.
Welcome to Roadshow's first Show Us Yours Weekend Ride Edition. Check out all the special cars that our readers submitted. Enjoy!
Show Us Yours: Disney's Great Movie Ride doesn't exist anymore, but Don from New Hampshire pays homage to it with his Shooting Star Theater.
We love Marvel and so do our readers. Check out the photos that our readers sent in to show their Marvel fandom!
Show Us Yours: Anil's home theater has an actual holodeck, and that's just the beginning. It must be seen to be believed.
In this edition of Show Us Yours, Chad from Colorado shows us a DIY hideaway home theater that he built for himself and his family.
Show Us Yours: We visit with David, who's built the ultimate retro video collection under his house.
We've seen plenty of team-themed home theaters, but this Ravens fan in Baltimore isn't messing around.
Vernon wanted his home theater to look like a real movie theater. Check out how he achieved that on a modest budget in this installment of CNET's Show Us Yours.
Show Us Yours: A Missouri family built a basement theater out of cast-off furniture, Cragslist finds and a salvaged drop ceiling, and the result is impressive.
In this edition of Show Us Yours, we get a look at a crazy audio setup from a sound-obsessed audiophile who makes his own high-resolution recordings.