So I've been refinishing my basement and one of the rooms down there I decided to make into a home theater room. I didn't know what all I was going to buy hardware wise but I ran all the speaker wire behind the drywall for my 7.1 setup. I had planned on putting the receiver dead center under the TV in my entertainment center, but when I picked up my Pioneer 1015TX I set it in that spot and realised that it wouldn't have near enough ventilation there (only 2 inches of clearance for it and it gets really hot). So I've got an audio pier that will work fine for it, but the problem is that it'll be about 7 foot further than I had planned and I'll need about 10 foot of extra wire coming out of the wall for 6 of the 7 speakers in order to make it reach. I'm a big newbie when it comes to home theater equipment so this may not be as big a problem as I think but I'm wondering if there's a piece of hardware I can plug the wire coming out of the wall into and run wire from that to the receiver, or if I need to try to splice extra wire onto the end of each one of em. If I do need to splice the wire does anyone have any suggestions for how to do that properly without losing a ton of sound quality? I went top notch and bought some of the best wire I could find so I'd hate to screw it all up just because I had to add extensions to the end of each one. Thanks for the help!