First, you are confusing "discrete' and "discreet'...lol. "Discrete" means "individual and separate", while discreet is the word you want to use.
Wiremold makes a number of products that can be used to route wires discreetly; the devil is in the details.
Originally Posted by Dillsnik
I wanted to run a pair of speakers downstairs from where my amp is, without having wire everywhere in plain view.
This is a short term living situation though, so it may not be worth the extra time and effort to go through the walls etc.
But I wanted to see what others have done and get any advice to maybe be a bit more discrete.
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Well, if you’re trying to avoid in-wall wiring, your options are pretty limited. Another one would be to take off the baseboards, run the wiring behind them, then re-attach the baseboards. But that’s usually a major hassle, as most houses these days have them calked to the sheetrock.
Wayne A. Pflughaupt
"A nice mid-fi system," according to an audiophile acquaintance.
An out of box option is to move the source of the sound and amplification to the other floor. A wireless media player for example can play content over your already existing WiFI network. These boxes can then be moved with you. A bonus is that you can listen to something other than what this node is playing.