I have a problem caused by the wife.
Last year when we bought our home, I installed a TV above our fireplace. I cut into the wall, ran a power supply bridge, and all the hdmi cables. It looks great, but my wife has decided she wants all my components to move to a corner of the room (Which also means I have to run the hdmi a longer length of about 20 feet now)...
So I want to future proof the tv now... I was thinking of running conduit in the wall, so i can just fish cables to the tv, but wasn't sure what kind would be best? It seems plain old plumbing PVC would be easiest, given I've worked with it before, but the walls are rather thick leaving less room for the cables... Is there a better material to use?
The wall is an exterior wall, with no shortage of insulation. And, I already notched the studs to accommodate the existing hdmi cables.
So does anybody have any recommendations for me:
What type of material to use for my conduit?
What size to use?
And while I'm at it, does anybody have any ideas on how to shield my power wire from the source cables? (they have to be run fairly close together, for a rather long run)