CNET Show Us Yours: Submit photos of your home theater now!
Want your kickass home theater setup featured on CNET? We're looking for submissions, so get your photos ready and show us what you got.
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Executive Editor David Carnoy has been a leading member of CNET's Reviews team since 2000. He covers the gamut of gadgets and is a notable reviewer of mobile accessories and portable audio products, including headphones and speakers. He's also an e-reader and e-publishing expert as well as the author of the novels Knife Music, The Big Exit and Lucidity. All the titles are available as Kindle, iBooks, Nook e-books and audiobooks.
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Want to show off your awesome entertainment system to thousands of CNET readers? Here's your chance.
Here at CNET we're featuring photos of our readers' home theaters as part a series we call Show Us Yours. As you can see from some of our examples, we don't care if your setup is super high-end or bootstrapped on a modest budget. It's all about your personal vision and what special bit of creativity you brought to the project. (Click here to see all of our Show Us Yours showcases).
A Star Wars-themed home theater loud enough to piss off the neighbors
You can attach photos directly to the email or, if you've got a Dropbox, Gdrive or other link, with photos, send us that instead.
Here's everything you'll eventually need to complete your submission:
The photos. At least 20 images of your home theater, plus a headshot of yourself. Images need to be in horizontal (landscape) format, and each photo should be less than 6MB. Send as many images as you want (the more, the better), with plenty of close-ups of your gear and wide-angle shots of your room. If you're sending a lot of images, you can send multiple emails.
Captions. For each photo you submit, write a few sentences about it. Why do you like that piece of gear? Why did you set up the room like this? What do you like most about your setup? Let us know why your home theater is special.
A list of your gear with the model numbers and manufacturer names.
That's it. So get to it. Email us some photos. If you only want to send a few, we can always ask you to submit more if we like what we see. Again, we're not picky. We like to see all kinds of setups, not just the fancy ones -- though those are good, too.