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SurfinBird wrote:Richie_G, could you furthur explain what you said and possibly provide me with links to the supplies I would need in order to make it so. So long as it is not absurdly expensive, price is not really a problem. This is something I have wanted to do for a while now, so if it works, I'm willing to shell out some cash.
SurfinBird wrote:And if possible I would like to have ceiling corner mounted speakers like such in this picture, preferably as small as possible while still being able to fill an apartment living room with a fairly decent amount of sound:
Meadows wrote:You can fill a room with a fairly decent amount of distortion that way. It's better to at least lower the speakers to a middle level (equally far from the floor and ceiling) if you do insist on walls/corners.
Richie_G wrote:As far as speaker cable goes: a quick bit of Google-fu gets me Belkin PureAV High Performance Speaker Cable, 100ft which looks fine to me at a reasonable price (I have different options over here). It’s in USD but that’s easier for me to relate to, and I imagine you can get that in Canada right? Anyway, don’t go spending too much on cable, around that price should be fine.
SurfinBird wrote:-Will I be able to keep my computer speakers for my PC, or will I now need 2 sets of bookshelf speakers, one set for the PC, and one for the living room?
-Will I need a new soundcard. I have a built in Realtek soundcard on an Asus motherboard.
-My living room is 4.5x4.5m, and I listen to all types of music, but nothing at annoy-your-neighbor's volume level. I don't feel like I need anything monstrous to fill the room.
-I will need to send the speaker wires through the floorboard heaters to get them into the living room, is regular speaker wire OK?
-Is a 2-channel stereo receiver what I should be looking for? This is generally what I can find in stores around town. Does this mean it allows for an A + B speaker arrangement?
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