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    Hi,

    I have bought an aperion 5.1 system.Jason and Matt were of great help and provided all the support to me in selecting the right speakers for my room size ( 4T's, 5 C, 4 BP's and 8D).Aperion's customer service is truely outstanding and probably the best.

     Wanted to know from your experience about connecting all wires/cables to receiver.

    1. At the mimimim there will be pair of wires from 5 receiver

    2. cable from Subwoofer

    3. cable from Television

    4. cable from a DVD player

    5. There may be couple more additional cable

    I know we can use Banana plugs to connect the speaker wires to the receiver and the sub woofer wire generally comes with the connector.

    My question is do you connect these connectors directly at the receiver or you first connect to a wall plate and then make a connection from wall plate to the receiver.How to manage so many wires coming to receiver so that the place does not become messy. My Receiver will sit into a home theatare furniture and all the wires to speakers will be installed in wall and not visible. I will then get the wire from the wall to the home theatare furniture back and finally to the receiver.

    What is the best way to make sure that the place does not get messy without compromising on the audio/video quality.If you can share any photograph or some picture of it that will be extremely helpful.

    Your help will be greatly appreciated.

    Regards,

    Birendra. 

     

     

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    [quote user="Brenda"]

    Hi,

    I have bought an aperion 5.1 system.Jason and Matt were of great help and provided all the support to me in selecting the right speakers for my room size ( 4T's, 5 C, 4 BP's and 8D).Aperion's customer service is truely outstanding and probably the best.

     Wanted to know from your experience about connecting all wires/cables to receiver.

    1. At the mimimim there will be pair of wires from 5 receiver

    2. cable from Subwoofer

    3. cable from Television

    4. cable from a DVD player

    5. There may be couple more additional cable

    I know we can use Banana plugs to connect the speaker wires to the receiver and the sub woofer wire generally comes with the connector.

    My question is do you connect these connectors directly at the receiver or you first connect to a wall plate and then make a connection from wall plate to the receiver.How to manage so many wires coming to receiver so that the place does not become messy. My Receiver will sit into a home theatare furniture and all the wires to speakers will be installed in wall and not visible. I will then get the wire from the wall to the home theatare furniture back and finally to the receiver.

    What is the best way to make sure that the place does not get messy without compromising on the audio/video quality.If you can share any photograph or some picture of it that will be extremely helpful.

    Your help will be greatly appreciated.

    Regards,

    Birendra. 

     

     

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    Hello Birendra, 

    Typically if you will be using wall plates for the surrounds the wire will go from the speaker to a wall plate, travel behind the wall and then come out of a wall plate near the receiver. 

    For the center and fronts usually they are close enough to the receiver to just be attached directly to it, and I believe in your set up the sub will also be close to the receiver. 

    Beyond that, you can pick up cable coverings and sleeves from sites like this:

    http://cableorganizer.com/cord-covers/

    #1882

    Hi Jason,

    Thank you for the timely input. This makes perfect sense to me and I will setup the connection as per your reccomendation.

     

    Cheers,

    Birendra.

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