I'd be curious if RAH would list his main theater gear(assuming he has minor theatres in his bedroom...etc)...
We lesser peons would probably get a raging boner from the "gear envy"...
Two Oppo Blu-ray players. My prime player is a 93, while my newest addition for multi-region is a 103.
These are currently wired via HDMI directly to a JVC DLA-RS 50 LCoS Projector, which is tuned every six months. Wonderful piece of equipment, except for 3D, where it's merely adequate.
Audio is sent through an Anthem D2v, which has been upgraded to the most current specs. I love Anthem products, and find pleasure in supporting our neighbors to the north. Great products.
Speakers are major for me, as I grew up with them. My dad was a high fidelity importer of British speakers and gear, as well as Zeiss lenses and cameras. My introduction to serious listening came from Avery Fisher. I know my speakers and sound reproduction.
I've auditioned many, and while one should not take my decision to denigrate any speaker manufacturers, as there are some products ones out there, I've decided that the best for me are Bowers & Wilkins.
I reproduce audio through a eight speaker system, made up as follows:
All, with the exception of my sub, are from the 800 Diamond Series. Diamond isn't marketing BS. Suggest you read specs.
My front left and right are 802s.
My center speaker is an HTM, all three front speakers hitting the scales at around 160 pounds each.
Left, right and rear surrounds are 803s. You can check the specs, but again, these are heavy-weights, coming
in at around 90 pounds per speaker.
Sub is a DB1, and I couldn't be more thrilled with it. It's another hundred pounder with a frequency response +- 3db of 17 hz - 145 hz., and a frequency range at -6db of 15hz to 250hz.
Audio is extremely important to me, and my personal take is that B & W is the only way to go.
My amp is a Lexicon. A seven channel beauty, which I've had for several years, and love.
Screen is a Stewart 1.3 non-perforated.
Waiting for things to settle before I upgrade to 4k.
I found the query re: calibration most humorous.
Hope this is helpful.