The Coolest STAR WARS Based Home Theater Ever!

The Coolest STAR WARS Based Home Theater Ever!

Have you ever dreamed of owning your own super hero or sci-fi based home theater? Maybe you already have one and need a few ideas on spiffing it up. If so, check out this amazing design!

Here is a little something different that we don't normally cover here at ComicBookMovie.com. Today we are looking at one of the coolest home theaters you will ever come across. This one is based on a couples love of the Star Wars franchise and their love shows in both the quality and care taken in putting the room together!

This Star Wars inspired theater rivals the LucasArts Ranch in regards to authentic Star Wars memorabilia. This Grand Imperial theater is owned by a couple passionate Star Wars fans just outside of Seattle. Designed to appear like the command deck of the Death Star from The Empire Strikes Back, you will find a variety of life sized Star Wars characters in the theater including C-3PO, Boba Fett and Han Solo frozen in carbonite. The entrance to the theater is covered in poster cases from the three original Star Wars movies as well as a poster for The Phantom Menace and the Clone Wars animated series.

The theater is equipped with three rows of seating (Cinematech Valentino Chairs) and stretches back a bit over 20 feet from the screen to the rear wall. The crystal clear image is sent to the screen by a Runco VX5C 3-Chip DLP Projector and surround sound bounces off the Death Star walls with a series of Meridian speakers. You will also find a Pioneer Laserdisc Player, Meridian 800 DVD Player, Meridian 861 Preamp, Crestron Theater Remote and a Monster HTS3600 Power Center equipped in the theater. (See the second to last slide for the entire equipment list).
















Do you have a home theater? If so contact me here and maybe we can make this a bi-weekly or monthly feature.

John Arturo
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JohnWilbanks
Member Since 1/28/2010
Filed Under "Star Wars" 6/9/2012 Source: Modern Home Theater
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