Gnolivas, I don't know where your sub is or equipment rack is (looked at pictures of your theater(s), very very nice). If you can run a RCA cable from your sub
output, or from your receiver/processor with a "y" splitter cable and run that cable along the base board (or under the baseboard...this can be done buy pulling
the carpet out and putting the RCA cable behind the tack strip...and pushing the carpet back in place...scary I know but easily done if carpet has been down
for a while). Nice run on incomplete sentence
. Anyway this way the amp is near you, and you can adjust the volume at will.
That is the way mine is done. Plus of the amp is next to a recliner, then you don't need to run wires under the carpet. That is not so easy to do. The padding
makes it tough. Then just run the wires from the amp directly to your first recliner, second..and so on.
You bought a plate amp, which might look ugly sitting right next to a recliner, but it's easy to build a nice (vented) box to house it in.
Just a suggestion.
Edit: if you go with the behind the baseboard route, you push the carpet back in by using a wide blade drywall/putty knife.Edited by vardo - 7/15/12 at 2:43pm