So I'm looking to get multiroom audio set up in my apartment, now that I have this extra (well, not extra, really) set of really nice speakers. Of course, it's a rental, but since we really don't like the landlord, I'm cool with doing whatever to the place. Of course, I'd like to do this all on the cheap. Here's what I'm thinking about as options:
1. run speaker wire through the wall to the back room, and just use the multiroom amps on the H/K 525.
2. run stereo rca cables through the wall to the back room and use the multiroom outs on the H/K, using a separate amp or receiver ($$$?).
3. use some sort of wireless audio, either to a separate amp or receiver, or by using this little gem: http://www.thinkgeek.com/electronics/audio/862c/
or this one:http://www.amphony.com/products/l1550.htm
which is basiclaly just a higher power version of the first.
Clearly, option 1 is the cheapest. Option 3 is the least destructive and easiest, but I'm not sure how a T-amp would handle the M50s, much less how good these T-amps are.
Option 2 is probably the most expensive, but also the most appealing.
What I found as far as putting cables through the wall is these neat little wall plates here
. I'm not going to redrywall the place, and I don't know anything about putting boxes in the wall. Any advice?
Oh right, layout....
Basically, my living room is where the main system is. On the right side is where the office/back bedroom/whatever is; the closet for that room is actually what borders the living room. There is an electrical outlet on that wall, most of the way down, so it's probably bordering on the hallway, rather than the back room.
Anyway, I'm hoping someone has some good ideas, 'cause it's all seeming rather daunting to me now.