By Richard Lawler posted May 6th 2010 at 3:15PM

Sure, getting a nice HDTV and slapping together a custom audio system can make a living room into a decent entertainment setup — but what’s the best way to go all-in on a dedicated theater room? That’s the question posed by Ken:

“I just moved into a new house, and finally have a room with space to set up just as a home theater, and a closet to the side for my AV equipment. I already have a projector, screen and speakers from my past setup, but where can I get the best bang for my buck in other areas? Things I’ve thought about are high end audiophile speakers, movie theater-style seating, installing a D-BOX motion setup or even a popcorn machine. What do you recommend?”

We’ve perused the Engadget HD Flickr group (what, your pics aren’t there already?) enough to know you guys have done all of that and then some, so let us know what custom projects you’ve found worked best to make your home theater stand out.

[Picture belongs to shieldss44]

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