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Hi:


New member, not too technically astute. Building a new house with a home theater room, and a desire to distribute audio signal (Satellite music channels, etc.) from the HT receiver (not yet selected) to speakers located in rooms throughout the house. Some of the runs of speaker wire would be between 70 - 100 ft, so I am hoping to locate a remote amplifier (my existing Yamaha receiver) closer to these remote speakers.


My problem is how to carry the signal from the HT receiver to the remote amp, which will be about a 70 ft run, without degrading the signal or introducting hum or other interference. Or, is there another way to skin this cat?


Anyone have any suggestions?


Thanks,


John
 

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John, get a spool of RG-59 with an all-copper center conductor and a braid/foil shield. You don't need RG-6, or quad-shield, etc. Either find RCAs for the RG, or use RCA-to-F adapters, or RCA interconnects at each end with plates.
 
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