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Where should I place ceiling speakers in my room? When determining speaker placement for ceiling speakers, you first need to decide the primary purpose of audio in the room . . .
How do I get music from the Internet or my PC into an HTD Whole-House Audio System? You can always connect the audio outputs on your PC's sound card directly into one of our controllers, but there are other options from companies like Sonos, Apple, and Roku that provide even more convenience and functionality . . .
How do I connect four speakers to a pair of stereo amplifier channels? Because all HTD speakers are rated at 8 ohms and all HTD amplifiers are stable with a 4 ohm load, it is possible to safely connect two pairs (4 total) of speakers to any one zone.
How to install EZ-RJ45 tips on Cat5e cable This document includes images and descriptiive text showing the correct way to install the EZ-RJ45 tips on Cat5e cable.
Sub-zones with Mid-Level and Advanced Systems With the Mid-Level or Advanced System, is it possible to add more than 4 speakers into any one zone and possibly have independent volume control of some or all of those "sub-zones"? Yes!  Here are the details . . .
What is the difference between the HD and MP lines of in-wall and ceiling speakers? Here are the key differences between our MP (Multi Purpose) and HD (High Definition) lines of in-wall and ceiling speakers . . .
Tips for running Cat-5/6 cable for whole-house audio Cat-5/6 cable should not be run near high voltage cables and fluorescent lights . . .
What type of cable should I use for my in-wall speakers? Special cable is usually required when running speaker cable behind a wall or ceiling . . .
Should I use a rectangular or round in-wall/ceiling speaker? All of our in-wall and in-ceiling speakers can be mounted in either a wall or ceiling. In most cases, round speakers are used in the ceiling . . .
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