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 . . .
I only have room for one ceiling speaker, what should I do? For whole-house audio, unless you are comfortable only listening to the "left" or "right" channel of a stereo recording, you'll want to choose one of these two options for getting stereo from a single speaker . . .
Is a rough-in kit necessary for new construction houses? Rough-in kits are not necessary and in most cases are not a good idea . . .
What is the best way to power my whole-house speakers? There is a good, better, and best way to power your whole-house speakers . . .
Using & Troubleshooting Cat5/Cat6 cables for whole-house Attached document expands on importance of proper Cat5/Cat6 connections for HTD whole-house systems, the proper wire sequence and how to troubleshoot problems using a test cable.
Keypad Display The LCD screen on my keypad appears to have missing pixels or small sections are dark.  Can this be fixed?  There is a good possibility that dirt or dust (often drywall dust) has found its way behind the screen.  You can remove the dust with compressed air . . .
Ground Loop Isolator Ground loop hum is sometimes induced between audio components and an amplifier/whole-house audio controller.  This hum is easily removed with a ground loop isolator, including one priced under $20 from Radio Shack . . .
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