Just imagine playing Halo 3 on it!

This is a bit old, but that doesn’t diminish its freaking awesomeness!

If you’ve ever wondered what a 6 million dollar home theater system looks like, wonder no more:


Link: The Greatest Show on Earth!


  1. Wow?

    I’ll take two.

    Leave out the rat movie.

  2. I agree with most of the comments on the site. Way to expensive for what he has. Think of all the poor game starved children out there that he could have bought video games for instead.

    Won’t anyone think of the children?

  3. Leave out the rat movie? LEAVE OUT THE RAT MOVIE?!

    The Brad Bird Posse is rolling into town and we’re coming for you, Nat!

    I expect to see a person in that picture to see the scale. My brain wants to say that those big speakers on the side of the picture are at least the height of 6 people đŸ™‚

  4. Heh.

    My kids are freaked by the movie. Literally. Especially at the part where the old lady goes at them with a shotgun.

    I believe it to be Pixar’s worst movie, and I love Bird.

    Plus, rats. I hate rats.

  5. I’m still so amused that the first reaction is “OMG I WANT TO PLAY GAMES ON IT!”

    Which, of course, is the first thing we did on my Dad’s big screen when I brought over Vice City back in the day. So I have no room to judge.

    The rat movie was boring. That was Bird? The Incredibles’ Bird? Oh geez.

  6. Man, the Ratatouille haterade is flowing! It’s almost enough to hurt my feelings. I’m a big fan of it. One of my favorite Pixar joints, actually.

    Now, if I had a 6 million dollar home theater, it would be one of the last movies I’d be watching, but that’s not the point. The point is, he should be playing something awesome on that 8.8 surround sound system. Or at least watching a better movie.

    Like Bring It On or something.

  7. Great Post. I have some similiar info on my Home theater website/magazine. I’m going to link to your blog from mine.



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