Five Inventions To Complete a Movie Theater Man Cave

Oppo Blu-Ray Player

At $1,199, the latest Oppo BDP-105 sits somewhat isolated at a price point higher than most players available at your local retailer, but Dr. James “Randy” Moran—expert and owner of a home theater man cave in Texas—describes it as the Cadillac of Blu-ray players.

Acoustic Innovations Theater Seating

The seats in Moran’s home theater—”Nautilus”—are Victorian style, covered in red velour with a gold fringe. “They recline and are exceptionally comfortable,” Moran says. Acoustic Innovations pioneered hand-built, module-based reclining theater seating.

Screen Research Viewing Screen

These handcrafted European-built screens are engineered to meet any design and installation requirements. The company offers a large choice of customized products for what they say is the perfect individual home cinema experience.

JVC DLA X900 Series Projector

This projector gives you the 3-D, 150,000:1 native contrast ratio. The brand-new DLA projectors promise to deliver “substantial improvements in image quality” thanks to upgrades to JVC ’s e-shift technology, Intelligent Lens Aperture and support for 4K (60p) signals.

Solus Audio Speakers

With meticulous hand-built construction, performance-first design and custom components this company produces some of the finest loudspeakers available. “I’m no audiophile, but these 13 surround-sound speakers give us a pretty fantastic sound,” Moran says.

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