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#1 of 2 Tina Thompson

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Posted July 11 2013 - 09:31 AM

We recently moved in to a new home that a built in system with Bose speakers installed in the ceiling.  The speakers are the only thing left of the system.  The speaker wires come out in a location that I do not want to put the TV.  Can I put a receiver there that will work with the built ins, and still work with the TV that is approx., twelve feet away?

 

I'm a total newb at this, would appreciate any kind of detailed advice/recommendations.

 

TV- 36" LG no wifi, but would be willing to invest in a new TV

DirecTV-

Receiver- to be purchased

Roku



#2 of 2 schan1269

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Posted July 11 2013 - 02:08 PM

All you need to do us run a HDMI from where the AVR goes, to where you chose to put the TV.

How long(as in following the walls/ceiling) is the distance?

You don't need a new TV. If your TV has apps you intend to use(since you gave no model numbers...guessing)...you'll either use ARC(again, no clue...no mention of the TV model) or run a toslink/coax (again, no mention of the TV model).

What is your AVR budget?
Want it to be network controlled via Android/Apple?

What Bose speakers are these?




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