Hello, I am wiring in a phone in my home theater and have a question regarding cat5e. I have a phone/answering machine that requires a power supply which is currently in a different room in the house, which I want to put in my HT. Let me see if I can explain this to make sense: The power supply 'connector' (onto the phone), is cut off, and two wires (from a 4 wire flat phone cable) are spliced on to the two power supply wires. The power supply then plugs into an outlet near the phone patch panel, eliminating the need to have a cord reaching from the phone itself to the nearest outlet wall. Everything runs through the phone cable. What I would like to do in my HT is run new cat5e to this phone, and run two wires for the phone and two for the low-volt power supply. What I don't know is if this is a good thing to do, or if I should not be running a power source, even low-volt, next to the phone wires in the same cat5e cable. I didn't know if I am setting myself up for an interference problem or not. Any advice would be appreciated. If I need to run two cat5e cables to avoid having the power run in with the phone run, I can do that too. Thank you for your help!