The company I work for is wrapping up a big prewire in a 12,000 s.f. house. It kind of blows my mind that we ran 3500 feet of 14/4 & 1500 feet of 14/2--that's a lot of speaker wire!
We wired for 30 pairs of speakers (not including the pool/basketball court, which will most likely be 70v) making up 23 zones of audio. We wired 18 locations for HD video distribution (1 Cat6, 2x Cat5e, 1 RG-6Q). There is a dedicated theater that was wired for 9.2 surround.
The house was wired with Control4 in mind, so we have 16 in-wall touchpanel locations (the client is excited about the intercom feature), six keypad locations, and the door station.
The bundle of wire at the headend is bigger than my calf--and the coax, phone lines, & security wiring are at the other end of the house! Been doing this 10 years and it's the most wire I've ever pulled in one house.
Last edited by cshepard; 12-27-2014 at 02:22 PM.