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Old 10-09-2012, 12:55 PM - Thread Starter
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Hello,

I am building a new house, and i am considering to have provision for possible projector. What wires should i consider installing? Just an hdmi cable coming down to a specific point behind sitting position for example? And then audio cable going to the front for speakers?

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It depends on what type of inputs you want to be using with the projector. Most projectors have pretty much everything on them now. Even though I just use HDMI on mine, I still ran a backup cable, as well as a set of component cables just in case I ever need them.

For audio, I'm guessing you'd want to do surround sound, so you'd be looking at a minimum of 5 speaker cables (plus the subwoofer) back to where you're storing your receiver.
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Old 10-09-2012, 09:16 PM - Thread Starter
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Ok thanks,

I will have audio provisions, i will have also provisions for antenna and hdmi...

I searched a bit and I don't think i would need anything else.... Pretty much everything its covered by these two.

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