I used to be a professional installer for AV equipment for over 10 years. I do have quite a bit of experience when it comes to running speaker wires and setting up audio equipment. If you are planning to set up some speakers in your home or change the location of some loudspeakers, you every once in a while run into some difficult problems. In this post, I will offer some advice for solving these installation problems.

Admittedly, setting up audio equipment requires a special touch. Just imagine how upset your wife is going to be if you by accident drop your due LCD TV which may have cost thousands of dollars. Also, you need some experience when it comes to choosing the right audio and video components. Different types of audio equipment have different types of connectors and don’t …

Wireless speakers are usually easier installed then regular speakers. The main reason is that wireless speakers don’t require a connection to an amplifier. Instead, they need to be plugged into power. The signal is traveling through the air. Because wireless speakers already incorporate a power amplifier, you do not need any amplifier when setting up wireless speakers. Such speakers usually come with the transmitter base. This transmitter connects to any line out audio output. Such audio output is provided by almost any device such as a CD player, soundcard as well as DVD player.

wireless speakers with an iPod cradle

So the first factor to consider when installing such speakers is to have an outlet near to the location of the speaker. The power supply which is provided with the speakers usually has a fairly short cable. If the power supply cable does not reach the …