Member Name: Tim
Location: Milwaukee, Wisconsin
ML Model: Source (Now Vistas), Motif, Vignette, and Dynamo (Now SVS PB-12NSD)
Year Purchased: 2005-current
Mods/Changes - None
Power Conditioning: Monster Home Theatre Reference HTS 2600 MKII PowerCenter
Receiver: Denon AVR-2807 (Now Denon AVR-3808)
Amplifier: Rotel RB-1080 (Now Sunfire Cinema Grand 200w x 5 channels)
CD/DVD player: Denon 1910 (Now Denon 2930)/Toshiba HD-A3/(Added Samsung BD-2550 for Blu ray)
Cabling: Nordost Blue Heaven (speakers), Monster 1000 THX (component and optical) (Now Nordost Blue Heaven interconnects and Blue Jeans HDMI and 12 gage for the rear speakers).
Projector: Benq PB6100 / screen: Da-Lite 72" fixed frame (Now Sharp XVZ-3000 720p / Sharp 92" fixed frame).
Gaming: Regular Xbox loaded with ATARI, MASTER SYSTEM, NES, SNES, GENESIS, N64 / Wii / Xbox 360
Rear Surround: Monitor Audio B2 (Now Vignettes)
Room Size 11' x 14' with a 9' ceiling New House in 14' x 18' with 8' ceiling in basement
Comments or Stories - I was able to turn an extra bedroom into my listing/home theater room. This all started when I was able to land a part time job with a licensed dealer, and a few upgrades later I believe I have a pretty solid system. The first day I came in for work, my boss put up the second Matrix movie connected to ML, lexicon, and mark levinson audio gear (WOW, I was blown away).
Update - Since joining this site I have been on an all out upgrade spree (See bold). Source, Receiver, Amp, Mains, Rears, etc. It has been great and I believe every change has left a sonic signature for the better. The next step will be moving into a new house and giving all this equipment room to breath. There will be plenty more pictures from the new room.
Update - Moved into the new house and have started the rough setup. The acoustic panel project was excellent and has really helped to tame my basement theater. Other then that, only small placement changed as I feel pretty content with the setup.