Quote:Originally Posted by jautor Yes, it is, although with 6 pairs total, you're really taxing the zone2 output (not enough power once you divide it among 6 zones). But you can try it, and upgrade to an external amp or a Whole...
Be very careful using a switch made for one amp and two sets of speakers. Many switches are "shorting" meaning they do not break one circuit before making the next. You could end up routing the output of one amp to the output of the...
Originally Posted by Neurorad
I don't think any RG6 is made in the US, anymore. If you can provide a link, or read it on the box, I'd appreciate it.
Belden 1694A and 7915A
Genesis 5003,5027, 5034
I am sure there are...
Originally Posted by zeenon
I just moved from a 3 bedroom apt to a 5 bedroom Colonial house, and as I did in the apt, I'd like to wire it up. I plan on running 1 RG6 line and 3 CAT6 lines to each of the bedrooms/living...
Originally Posted by gregzoll
Plus you have to have a USB port available on the Receiving device, in order for this to work.
You dont have to have a USB port .. the "cable" can be powered using a USB wallwart
Personally I would skip that little amp and either do all Sonos or stick with the xantech piece. I know the xantech piece has an rs232 port on it and I would bet you could use irule & global cache or another similar to control the...
Atlona and Vanco have moderately priced 8x8's as long as you dont want to use HDBase-T technology, the products should all be HDCP compliant. Its EDID issues that one usually has to be more concerned with.