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In setting up a home theater system, labor for installing a home theater wiring system would be one of the biggest expense areas. The more complicated the home theater wiring system, the more expense and setup time it would take. One could effectively lower labor cost rates by doing the home theater wiring installation. It's not as complicated as it would seem, as conquering most home theater wiring situations is easy with a little ingenuity and know-how. The Right Wires Most home theater systems purchased as packages already come with home theater wiring sets. These home theater wiring sets are already complimentary to the home theater system, but at times, they pose problem areas with regards "length" issues. As not all rooms are built the same, certain areas require longer home theater wiring sets, and most that come bundled with a home theater system don't really "support" problems like these. The best course of action would be to purchase separate home theater wiring sets or individual wires, with particular lengths to support particular needs. It would be a good idea to get these home theater wiring sets from the same venue where the home theater system was purchased. If that isn't a possible reality, knowing the ideal home theater wiring sets that would work with a home theater system would be a better idea, then purchasing them. There are many home theater wiring set brands that boast quality and durability. Vampire Wire, Moster Cable, Kimber Kable, XLO, StraightWire, TARA Labs, Nordost, and many many more. Depending on what your local retailer has available, as well as your personal preference when it comes to wires, the list of brands above would be a good place to start in selecting which home theater wiring set to be used with your home theater system. The Hiding of Wires Here's a basic problem: You want your home theater system's rear speakers to be placed on each side end of your sofa. How do you neatly and securely set up the home theater wiring set? Ingenuity and know-how would be your greatest tools in dealing with this situation. One could use undercarpet tape to secure the running wires on the floor, laying them out on a non-obtrusive walking path, of course. One could also line the home theater wiring set behind the corners of the

room, eventually leading to where the rear speakers are placed. One doesn't have to necessarily use undercarpet tape for something like this, as other wire mounting devices exist. When dealing with home theater wiring sets that require wall drilling for successful installation, a sticky solution like flat ribbon wire would be a non-drilling alternative, and can be used on French window frames, or concrete surfaces. One could wallpaper over it, or paint over it, and the wires won't be noticeable. AR's MicroFlat HT392 tape would be a good example of such tape home theater wiring sets. All in all, basic ingenuity and know-how would greatly save home theater wiring installers the cost of having to pay for installation labor work, making a home theater system more personal, as well as customized.

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Depending on what your local retailer has available, as well as your personal preference when it comes to wires, the list of brands above wo...