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Top 100 Home Theaters Projects

  1. 61. Ultimate Media Room Technology

    DIY Network uncovers 10 hot new innovations to give you the home entertainment experience you crave.

  2. 62. Media Room Mayhem - Part 3 (05:08)

    The Blog Cabin is full of testosterone as the crew prepares the mancave.

  3. 63. Big Phat Home Theater- Part 4 (04:45)

    This home theater goes beyond the dreams of any football fan.

  4. 64. Cramped Basement Remodel (00:03:13)

    A cramped, cluttered basement becomes a hip hangout with a theater room.

  5. 65. Decorating for Sound Quality (00:01:00)

    See why a home theater's decor has a huge impact on sound quality.

  6. 66. 8 Man Caves From Rate My Space

    Rate My Space fans create customized spaces for the man of the house, reflecting passions like sci-fi, Coca-Cola and NFL football.

  7. 67. Prepping the Man Cave (00:20:01)

    First steps are taken into turning a basement into the ultimate Man Cave.

  8. 68. Big Screen and Projector (00:20:00)

    Learn how to put up the big screen and install the front projector.

  9. 69. Chillaxation Man Caves

    What a Man Cave was made for - Chillaxation! Browse the photo gallery of Man Caves from DIY Network.

  10. 70. Hidden Home Theater Design (00:04:09)

    What can the crew do with 500 feet of unused space? Hint: home theater.

  11. 71. Garage Becomes Home Theater (00:02:30)

    Brian and crew create a workbench that converts to theater-style seating.

  12. 72. Home Theater Design Basics

    DIY Network has all the specs on how to lay out a home theater and the best materials you should use in order to get the best the visua...

  13. 73. 6 Chic Home Theaters With Feminine Appeal

    The experts at DIYNetwork.com share chic and feminine home theaters and media rooms.

  14. 74. Prepping the Man Cave- Part 1 (07:55)

    Tony and Jason take the first steps in turning a basement into a man cave.

  15. 75. High Tech and Hidden (00:20:01)

    Vanilla Ice discovers 500-square-feet of unused space in the house.

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