Here's my problem - I've got a relatively large square lounge with the sky box & hifi equipment in the corner tucked out the way, the flatscreen TV in the opposite corner on a wall bracket and I want to have four speakers in each of the top corners.
What I don't want is the wires (speaker and TV aerial) for all this to be on view so I want to pass the cabling up and across the ceiling cavity but I can't think for the life of me how I can do this.
I obviously need to make holes in the ceiling where I want the cables to go up and down through but how do I get them from one hole to the other without having to open up the whole ceiling??!!??
Can anyone help this, what seems, a relatively straightforward problem? Hope so!
Hi both, as you say Arnak, it works & if you have hooky wire or hook rod set it's possible to 'fish' across length of room in 1 or 2 hops but not permitted to 'notch' joists to go other direction, only drill in centre 1/3 of depth, difficult without largish hole(s).
B of L, SPARX
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