i think i may NOW be an official member of the AVS DIY Club.
this weekend i ran 1020 feet of low voltage wires for my dedicated HT and rest of the basement.
it breaks down like this: 300' of speaker wire, 325' coax, 250' cat5e, 100' sub/rca coax, 25' romex, & 20' of raceway conduit. my neck hurts.
by far the biggest pain in my arse was the coax. very stiff and difficult to work with. next up on the pain in the arse scale was the raceway conduit. they call it flexible raceway, but it is very difficult to work with. especially when jamming it into a tight spot.
i actually pulled down the romex. i am running a powerbridge setup, but cant seem to find the best place to run the power line. i am trying to avoid running it parallel and/or next to any video and audio. i may have to hit my contractor up for suggestions.
i still have two 25' HDMI and one 25' component to run from the equipment closet to the the PJ. i am waiting on these until i get the power outlet run figured out.
equipment rack from the front, before clean up.
equipment rack from the back, after clean up
all TV, ethernet, and phone.
conduit run from rack to PJ location
conduit run along support beam from rack to front wall area.
oh yeah, looks like i am adding a plasma to the mix. so a little plasma future proofing.
when can i expect my AVS DIY official club membership welcome package to arrive?
time for bed. later.