The biggest home theater fans out there will find it difficult to believe this is the first time a home theater has come in this color.
There is one notable exception though.
In a statement released to us this morning, Warner Bros. said it is still looking to bring in an “ultra-purple” color option in its home theater lineups.
The statement did not say whether this color would be a color that would be exclusive to the theater.
Warner Bros.’s statement came as we reported today that the theater chain has been talking to several different manufacturers and has received a number of offers.
The studio’s announcement today did not specifically address color choices.
The company has previously said that it has made an effort to use its colors to highlight the best colors in its products, and it will be a “time consuming and time-consuming process” to get these colors in every theater in the United States.
A color choice of purple or blue could be an option, and there is some truth to that.
In 2012, the Consumer Product Safety Commission issued a warning about a new kind of home theater that has a blue-ish tint that could make it more difficult to see what is on the screen.
The new design has since been discontinued, but it was spotted by some who have reviewed it.
The design has also been criticized for being difficult to read on the outside of the screen, and for making it hard to differentiate between different types of color.
It has also sparked a number other concerns, such as the possible use of plastic in the casing of the device, the potential for the theater to get in the way of other home theater systems, and the possibility of the colors getting in the water.
While the new colors may not be as vibrant as the blue-orange designs from the last time, there is still a strong argument for a color like purple.
It is a vibrant color that makes it easy to read, and that makes the theater look very good.
A purple-based color also makes the colors stand out from the other colors on the shelf, which is what you want.
It also is easy to use in the house.
If you have a lot of kids playing with the same color, you might want to use it.
We also know that many theaters have color-corrected colors that look like blue, so a purple-themed home theater may be a good option for some.
For a more general comparison, you can see our article on how color is used in the theater system.
Here are the colors that are in the system right now.
Black, blue, green, purple, white, yellow.
We have a video to show you what each of the home theater colors look like.
You can see more color comparisons on our color chart.
Black: This color is available only in the “Ultra Blue” home theater system and the “Green” and “Purple” home theaters.
The color is a deep, vibrant purple.
The blue-blue tones make it easy on the eyes and also helps with the colors and the sound quality.
It might be the most common color in the home entertainment system, though some theater owners have complained about the blue tone.
Green: This is the color used in some color-adjusting homes.
Green is an incredibly light blue, and most people love that it makes the color pop.
There are other color options available in this hue that are lighter and more natural.
It makes the home color pop and adds some natural sparkle.
It’s also the color of the movie theater and theater furniture, so it’s a good color for that.
Purple: Purple is a color popular in many homes that is a light blue-green combination.
Purple is also a good choice for the color that is used on the walls and furniture, making it a great choice for most home theaters and for any home theater setup.
Yellow: Yellow is a great color for color correction and for color-matching the other home colors.
It gives the home a nice tone and adds a little color depth.
It adds a touch of color and is also good for a home entertainment experience.
The colors in this system are pretty close in color and sound quality, but the colors are slightly more muted than the other color choices in the list.
There’s no blue-red or purple-orange, and neither is there a purple tone.
If your home theater is equipped with a color-correction system, it might be a great option.
If not, we recommend you look at some of the color options that are available.