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Show Us Yours: Artist Paul Snyder's home houses not only his movie theater, but also a museum filled with homemade statues of famous Hollywood characters you have to see to believe.
Show Us Yours: Chris' "basic home-theater experience" features a taste of the good life and a really, really big TV.
In this Show Us Yours, we get a look at what one CNET reader did to turn his home-theater dream into reality with not much money.
Show Us Yours: Gene's lifelong passions for audio and music adorn his cozy Greenwich Village pad.
Show Us Yours: Ray, the X-ray technician, has put together a living-room home theater and a playroom theater on a tight budget. See what he came up with.
Show Us Yours: Some people use dual computer monitors. Some people have a goldfish. Some people mine Bitcoin. And then there's Christian from Quebec.
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: Not every setup we feature is a seven-figure media paradise. Matthew's "average consumer" room can still rock.
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.
Growing up in a New York City apartment, Rajesh could never have his dream home-entertainment system. But he finally got his wish in Texas.
Show Us Yours: How a man and a woman found bliss with 11 pairs of Zu Audio speakers in a small New York City apartment.
Show Us Yours: Craig's Colorado entertainment space has a clean, modern look and a discerning collection of adult beverages.