I was thinking today about wiring speakers--since I'm hopefully going to pull the trigger and finally start some wiring.
I know they have IP speakers but I don't have them yet. I thought to myself, "Wouldn't it be great if I could use cat5e to the speakers". I figured if I was able to use cat 5 and ever wanted to switch from "regular" speakers to IP speakers, it'd be a piece of cake--just cut -n- crimp!
And according to google I may be able to do this-- or may not depending on the page I read. I'm not trying to start a flame war, just looking for a definitive answer: (EX: It's OK for X feet, etc)
Also, I saw one page that said it was fine as long as it was 2 cables per speakers and the wires were twisted around each other. Is the twisting important? Or is just the # of cables joined together that's important? If I do twist the cables together would it work for networking later on?