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Non-optimal setup Need input on how to proceed

I recently moved into a home with the basement set up as the primary location for HT equipment.

I would like to use my backyard speakers for a backyard television. In the area I intend to mount the TV are prewired coax and power connections. The backyard speaker connections are in the basement as is the receiver currently connected to these speakers (via zone 2 connections). I have a structured wiring panel that I can configure to feed the coax signal (to outdoor tv) from just about anywhere in house.

I'd like to be able to control the TV with a remote control and have the audio play from the backyard speakers.

I'm looking for suggestions on how to accomplish this without re-wiring the house. My receiver is an Onkyo TX-SR606 but getting something newer (with more up-to-date features) is not out of the question.


Thanks for your input.
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Would it be possible to set up a wireless HDMI repeater from the basement cable box? Is there any other similar technology I could use to transmit/synch the audio from basement receiver to video going to backyard tv.

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