L-R Mordaunt Short Avant 153 in-walls. Avant 165 Centre in-wall. Performance Subwoofer. Pioneer BDP-450 Blu-ray Player. QED Cables Pioneer Amp[to buy]
My system http://www.whathifi.com/forum/your-system/lounge-tart-uppt-1
Btw you probably won't need separate ethernet cables for both the blu ray player and the TV, as ethernet should transmit via HDMI. In any event, if you're using Panasonic's services, I'm not sure there's anything more you'll get / need with th CA BDP.
HiFi / A/V / Bedroom
Yeah. You can get phone sockets with 2 ports on the front.
Collar an Openreach engineer and you may even be able to blag one, but Openreach sockets need an IDC insertion, or 'Krone' tool to terminate the wires. A shop bought double socket should have regular screw connectors.
FWIW, the phone wires connect to terminals 2 & 5 on the socket.
Hi-Fi: Arcam A85, P85, CD192. B&W 602S3, PV1, Grado SR125, Atlas Titan, Hyper 2.0.
A/V: Sony KDL-V40A12U, BDP-S760, Humax Youview, Onkyo TX-SR875, B&W MT30 7.1, QED HDMI-P, S.A XT
Btw you probably won't need separate ethernet cables for both the blu ray player and the TV, as ethernet should transmit via HDMI.
I wasn't aware any hardware manufacturer had actually implemented Ethernet over hdmi?
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Oh, I thought that was the idea and thought I saw someone from WHF post similar recently, but it's not something I've been following closely so I may well be wrong.
Oh it's allowed for in the hdmi standards alright and any cable that claims to be high speed with Ethernet will support it, it's just the amp and blu-ray makers that haven't made any use of it, afaik.
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