My dad wants me to help him install whole-house audio. He's got a low-end receiver and doesn't have a huge budget so one of those multiroom controller boxes is out. I'd like to buy three simple pairs of wall speakers for the kitchen, upstairs hall and den. I presume that for each pair I need to put an impedance matching volume control on the wall (in each room), but I'm not certain how to wire everything up. Do I have to run from one control to the next (daisy-chain) or can I "home run" everything back to the receiver/amp and wire them all together? How should the A/B hookups be used on the receiver (I was going to hook the main living room speakers to A, and the rest of the house to B). Sorry if this is a newbie question, I looked around the web a bit for the answer but didnt find anything relevant.