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Author Topic: Looking for audio options  (Read 3364 times)
Nmehrenberg
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« on: April 16, 2014, 03:25:08 pm »

In my house I am running my components to a receiver right now with a hdmi to vga adapter to my optoma projector. All is well with sound indoors. The problem comes when i move the projector outside. What i am trying to do is keep all the wired components together and move just the projector outside, replug it in through the wall for video outside. I will have other speakers outside. And possibly another receiver outside to use for audio. It has a optical input on it . Only problem is i dont know how to get the audio from the recevier inside. It does have a set of outs, which are only composite rca. What are my options? Any help would be great. Just dont want to disconnect everything inside to take out everytime.
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« Reply #1 on: April 16, 2014, 11:34:35 pm »

How about running speaker wire from the receiver inside to the outside speakers and use a speaker switch to select the inside or outside speakers? You can run these wires when you run whatever video cable you will be using. You could also get a remote extender to control volume and video playback.
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