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Setup Onkyo 5600 7.1 Home Audio System in a box Two Speakers with copper wire ran from the kitchen to living room Two Speakers with copper wires ran from the rec room One "two channel" speaker ( Not sure what that means ) in the master bathroom same copper wire run Ideally, I would like to be able from my iphone/ipad turn off/on speakers ( not necessarily change sources ) to any of the five speakers and my surround sound system. The Onkyo 5600 doesn't support digital out to zone 2 I have all sources via hdmi running into the Onkyo and then use hdmi out to go to the tv The scenario I would like to solve most importantly is to be able to play music from either iphone/ipad/apple tv to both 7.1 speakers and speakers in kitchen at the same time. I was thinking using the HDMI out on the onkyo to go another device that could then send output to either the TV ( obv video + audio ) + or kitchen,master bath, or rec room speaks ( obv just audio ). This immediately made me think of Sonos, but I couldn't tell from their website what solution would work for me. Any assistance for this obviously Home Audio newb would be much appreciated -Brian
Greetings Audiophiles! I'm looking for some suggestions on whole-home audio systems. My wishlist for a system is that it supports around 4 zones (more is fine) and it supports most devices (iPod/iPhone/iPad, Android devices, computer) either over wifi or bluetooth. The speakers themselves don't have to be wireless since the house they're going in is a skeleton at the moment anyway. I've read a little bit about certain solutions--xantech, russound, proficient, nuvo, speakercraft, HAI--but I'd be lying if I told you I understand all the talk about ohms and amps. Most of those sites seemed to be targeted at retailers, not consumers. The one that sounds the most interesting to me is the NuVo p200 but I can't find it on their website and don't know if it's even available yet. Would really love everyone's thoughts! Thanks