Hi Slobeatz, Thanks for the advice, unfortunately I'm not going to be able to change the arrangement of the room. My wife already is questioning whether we should even get a sound system (maybe she's right)...
Well, partially answering my own question, I see that I can technically do this using wired speakers and something like a Monster Cable Multi-Speaker Selector . If it will sound any good though, I have no idea. [ This message was edited by: nirolo on 2003-10-31 11:31 ]
Hi, Very new here... my I'm putting a new HT into a family room where the seating is along the wall perpendicular to the TV and not facing it. The room is laid out like this: fireplace/bookshelves at south end, TV/electronics at north end. Couches on east and west walls flanking fireplace. Chair on east wall closest to TV, separated from couch by sliding glass door. I'd like to put a pair of surround speakers behind/near each of the three seating areas. Is this a good idea or even doable? How much of a problem is it to get three pairs of speakers to share the same outputs? I ..
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