Given our pedigree as an audiophile store, we treat home theatre much differently than most "home theatre" stores. Namely, we care about the quality before other things such as the volume, size of the boxes or the ability to rip your face off with action flick demos. In contrast, our philosophy with home theatre is the same as it is with audio - match it to the size of your room and provide the most accurate and natural sound possible. Which is why this system will look weird in the context of most other "high end" home theatre systems.
The speakers are not big, but they're the most accurate in the world. The little Harbeth P3ESR is the finest bookshelf speaker ever made and has absolute purity from the upper bass regions well out to ultrasonic treble. The small size is perfect for most normal listening rooms because you can place them exactly where they should go - no difficultly shoehorning tower speakers into corners or around the couch. Also, because all 5 speakers are identical there is, of course, perfect tonal matching between all of them. Again, other companies sell towers with a horizontal centre and then different rears, all of which cannot by definition sound the same. Small, absolute quality, perfect matching yields unbeatable purity and sound immersiveness.
To round out the bass is our favourite sub regardless of price, the unassuming REL T7i. This sub has enough volume to play as loud as anybody but the most insane movie fan requires while having absolute speed and accuracy. The highest praise we can give to this sub is that you don't even know it's on, everything just sounds big.
Finally, the Marantz SR6013 receiver has plenty of power and isn't stressed because we're only using 5 of the available channels. Less channels means more power for those that remain. This means effortless dynamics and no distortion at both high and low volumes.
To bring it full circle, this is a system that also plays music exceptionally well, so well that this system will embarrass most average 2-channel systems. It's truly a sound reference made for all the entertainment of modern life.