Wireless speakers are not the pinnacle of technology that they were not so long ago, but they are still fairly new. The good news is though that the cost of good quality wireless speakers has come down to an affordable level for most people. However, the incessant march of technology continues and it is almost impossible to be on the forefront of it for more than six months before something new comes out.
Ensure you have collected all the essential tools in place before starting the work. Planning is vital even in small job and if you are missing out something you cannot go and search for it in the last minute. Gather all the cables and wiring required for installation process. Buy the wires in advance by measuring the length you need. Purchase only high quality cables which are absolute necessary for the installation. Or else, you have to make a beeline to the nearest shop for paying more than your requirement. Ensure that the length of the wire and cable are quite lengthy and bit more than your actual need. It is better to coil up some wire to ensure proper fitting than for running short of it. For example, if you need 22 inches of wire you can buy for 25 inches and nothing less than that.
Prep up-get ready with all the tools that you will need. Place them in an accessible area.If there are other things that you need to assemble do it before you start the set up so that all that’s left for you will be to mount and arrange your hometheater system.
The only thing I did not like when I got the Bose 321 was that there was no eject button on the remote that came with my system. Not a big deal, but it is an inconvenience.
Wireless speakers have come down in price because there are more manufacturers making them, which is the normal reason why this occurs. Many of the newer manufacturers are in the Far East, which is also nothing new, but the quality is just as good. They are just less expensive.
And the #1 way to hide your audio/visual equipment for your basement Home Theater Installation is… Stick your equipment in any old room in the house, and buy yourself an RF Remote System. While this will still require speakers and video wiring to be run inside the walls, you don’t need any special wiring for eyes to repeat the infrared signal from your remote. The RF remote signal will go through walls and can talk to the signal receiver as far as 100 ft. away.
Do Nothing. O.k. this doesn’t actually conceal anything, but if you are of a minimalist persuasion and don’t break into a cold sweat thinking about looking at all your equipment, then just put the equipment on a shelf near your t.v./screen. Your basement finishing project won’t be the first on the block to go with this set-up.
The final step is to set up your home theater system. This will include connecting your DVD player to the projector/video output and to the AV receiver, as well as connecting the speakers to your receiver. If you want to hide the wires then you can set the speakers on a shelf and run the wires behind the drywall. This option can be a little tricky if you don’t know what you are doing, but it is not difficult to do.