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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: 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.
Show Us Yours: Chris Majestic considers his home theater low to midrange, but we found it mighty impressive, especially since he put it all together himself.
Show Us Yours: Missourians Patrick and Stephanie enjoy witnessing the firepower of their fully armed and operational entertainment station.
Stew and his wife Meg are fans of the Grateful Dead. Well, mainly Stew. This is their home theater/virtual concert hall in Montana.
Show Us Yours: Some people hire home installers. Darrell from Illinois hired himself to build his sports-tastic home-theater room. The results are pretty astounding.
In this installment of CNET's Show Us Yours, we give you a peek into Ivan's pad. He's an artist, record company owner and an audiophile with a deep love of music.
Show Us Yours: Comic book art prints, multiple game consoles, thousands of movies and homemade Super Mario Bros. Boo lamp art. Yep, Mat and Evanna are massive nerds, and proud of it.
In this edition of Show Us Yours we visit the amazing basement home theater of Jason in St. Louis, starting from bare walls and ending up with LED ceiling lights, a laser projector and a full bar.
In this installment of CNET's Show Us Yours, Shaun's gives us a tour of his insanely upscale audio system and downstairs home theater. Don't ask how much it cost.
Show Us Yours: Greg Patan, the son of a jazz musician, has an insane apartment filled to the rafters with high-end audio gear. Check it out.