What cables to distribute for modern home?
I'm trying to plan for a new construction project for my home. While the walls are off, I would like to install all the necessary cables. I'm trying to decide the type of cables and the quantity necessary to run throughout the house. I'd like to say I want to future proof the home, but I think at this point, that a futile goal.
The home is a two story row house with a roof deck, 3 bedroom, about 2200 SQFT. I have a centrally located laundry room which will have all of the electrical and networking in it, so it makes sense to have the A/V there as well. The living room is also ~ 30 feet from the laundry room so I will hide the AV receiver and equipment in there as well. My initial thought is to have an AV receiver in each of the bedroom closet's and from there have short runs of 5.1 audio and video to each bedroom. This will also give each room the flexibility of having whatever aux device connected to the receiver in the closet for personal consumption (...thinking xbox 1080/ps6 or whatever the future brings). I don't use cable, so I'm debating if I need to run RG6 through the home - maybe just run it to the closets in case next owner wants cable / satellite. I would only use it for the modem.
Audio, Twister Pair
Audio, Optical - From TV back to receiver for smart TV 5.1 audio
CAT 6 w/PoE - Security Cams, VOIP, WiFi AP
Any thoughts or advise?