This photo gallery goes back about 10 years and starts with my very first front projection system. Gear in this rig included a Mitsubishi HC3000 720p DLP projector throwing to a 106" Optoma GrayWolf screen. The speakers were Bose 901 Series 6 mains, a Bose VCS10 center and Bose 301 Series 4 rears. My AVR was a Harman Kardon AVR7000 (not pictured) that was eventually upgraded to an Onkyo TX-NR3007. My sources were an Xbox 360 add-on HDDVD drive and a Gateway 901X HTPC that was eventually upgraded to a Panasonic blu ray player. I had Dish Network as my HDTV provider. Eventually the room was painted brown, the front stage was hung from the ceiling, and I added a Sanyo PLV-Z2000 1080p LCD projector to zone 1. Also shown was my zone 2 screen in the bedroom, the same Mitsubishi projector was easily unplugged and relocated to zone 2 where it threw to a second 106" Optoma GrayWolf screen. This Zone had a cheap Sony AVR (dont recall the model number) and a Bose AM6 speaker system. Finally the last pictures is my mobile projection system. This system was a 360 and HDDVD drive (not shown), projector, and Bose Companion 2 powered multimedia speakers crammed into a carry-on.
Then I upgraded all speakers to Infinity P362 towers, a PC350 center and P162s for the rears. Also added a pair of Hsu VTF2 Mk3 subs. I then replaced the towers with a pair of 162s and the towers went to a third zone as music only speakers. I also added an Emotiva XPA-5 five channel amplifier, an Emotiva UPA-2 two channel amplifier, replaced the Onkyo 3007 with a Marantz SR8002, added a pair of 162s highs, and added a Salamander component rack.
Speakers upgraded to av123 Signature series RS1000 mains, a RSC200 center and a pair of RS250 MK2 rears. Heres a shot of these big RS1000 towers in a room thats only 10' wide!
But eventually I moved to another house and my living room is now wider. Also pictured is my DIY acoustic panels treating the first reflection point, my DIY rear speaker stands, and a tv and speaker stand added below the screen.
A JVC D-ILA DLA-RS1X replaced the Sanyo PLV-Z2000 LCD projector....
Screen shots of the JVC projector
Back yard rig, Mitsubishi HC3000 projector and Infinity P162 speakers