I have read few a few threads on the forums here but I cant seem to get a clear idea on what to put in (audio wise) when wiring my house since the gib is off the walls.
I have an open planned family room and kitchen as well as a sunroom although there is a small wall segmenting the sunroon from the rest of the house. The sunroom has frenchdoors out to the deck.
I currently have the gib off the family room and kitchen. I have rj45 sockets in the family room (x4), (x1)kitchen and sunroom (x1).
In the family room I am thinking of putting my 32 inch LCD and panasonic home theatre. It has wireless rear speakers so I dont need to run wire in the walls connecting the panasonic HT to the rears.
The sunroom currently has its own mini system radio/cd player but this does not get sound outside too well.
What I would like to do is put some roof speakers in the kitchen as well as some wall mounted in the sunroom that will also cater for sound for the deck.
I am thinking that it would be good to have the panasonic as the main source (can plug an ipod into it as well) but to be able to when watching tv have the speakers in the kitchen work.
It would be good to isolate the sunroom/deck so that I could play out to there as well.
I just need some ideas so that I can put in speaker cabeling while the gib is off at least so I dont regret not putting anything in once the walls are on.
I dont have a huge budget so a 4000 amp is out of the question but maybe its something I can invest in and use later on if I have the wire there?
I have also seen suggestions such as Logitech squeesebox.
Thansk for any ideas/help