Home Theater Design magazine, play content via a Dish Network VIP 622 DVR HD satellite receiver or Oppo BDP-83 Blu-ray player onto a 60-inch Pioneer Elite Pro150FD plasma.
Blockbuster sound comes out of a 7.1 surround sound system that includes a pair of B&W 802Ds and a B&W HTM1D center channel for the left-center-right array. Two B&W 803’s power the side channels and two Definitive Technology Mythos Super Towers provide sound for the back rear channels. Plus there's an 18” Velodyne DD18BG subwoofer. Everything's powered by a 7-channel x 300W Lexicon ZX-7 amplifier and a Lexicon MC-12HD Surround Processor.
As audio lovers, the couple installed acoustic panels on the walls -- those geometric shapes above the bed -- and have an upgraded/modified (by Reference Audio Mods) Sony NS 9100 ES that plays CDs and SACDs. "I kept an 'antique' DUAL turntable for the records I still have around," the reader told Home Theater Design magazine. Images: Home Theater Design magazine