AP -- If the notion of a home theater tickles your Christmas fantasies, a new magazine may help refine them.It may also leave you salivating. Robb Report Home Entertainment and Design is aimed at the upscale buyer -- those able and willing to devote a room and thousands of dollars to create their own private Bijou. But publisher Mark Mendelsohn says you don't have to drop a bundle to get into home theater. For 500 dollars, he says you can buy a "home theater in a box." It includes a receiver, a D-V-D player, and five speakers. Mendelsohn says there are NO particular room requirements for cheaper home theater systems. You can put one in a living room, a den -- even a bedroom. But he says the bigger the room, the more sophisticated the equipment you'll probably want. Copyright 2002 Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.