This might not be the right place but I didn't know where else to post it. We recently moved into a new home(built in 2004). Where all of the AV equipment/speaker wiring comes out of a wall there was 2 RG6 jacks. After having the satellite guy stumped for a solid hour as to why one didn't work I figured out that one of the jacks was wired to the central distribution unit for the homes satellite and networking and the other simply ran from the jack through a stud to the right and then was bundled into the speaker wiring. The only thing I can think of is that this allows for the home owner to hook all the speaker wires up together including an rg6 wire for a sub. The speaker wires then go up into the ceiling and like I said the rg6 cable just goes about 2 feet to a jack in the wall. Am I crazy or is this for a sub connection? It its not then what might it be for?
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8/17/12 at 6:48am