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Old 17th June 2007, 02:45 AM   #1
yngwie is offline yngwie  Australia
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Default Routing signal

I know this isn't a very "audio" related question but i can't be bothered registering to some new forums when there are so many bright minds here.

Anyway. So i have a tv port in a room. But my mother decided that she'd like the Tv in that room no-where near the port. Hmmm women.... Anyway Assume that routing cables in any way(along corners or behind plasterboard) isn't acceptable (don't ask) how would i send a signal from that port to the TV ... Without distroying the integridy of my wireless phone handsets throughout the house.
I am very experienced in fabricating anything from schematics so please throw any idea's at me.

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