Hello all, I know this is not a Mac specific question, but I figured that someone might well be able to answer my question. Anyways, I just moved into a new home, and in the basement is a wall that has several outlets, where the previous owner's TV was. The entire basement is wired for speakers and the other room in the basement has built-ins in the ceiling, but the previous owners took their home theater system out of the TV room itself. There is one control panel in the basement for the sources (and a play/pause button), but supposedly it controls whatever equipment is connected to several different outlets (links to pictures below). 1.) www.jotadev.com/IMG_2349.jpg The entire TV wall, with what is clearly a Cable wire in the center. I was told that the center audio socket is the input, and the two 'outlets' on the sides (identical to one another) carrying the same signal to two components of the audio system. 2.) http://www.jotadev.com/IMG_2350.jpg One of the side outlets. 3.) http://www.jotadev.com/IMG_2351.jpg The center "inlet" socket. 4.) http://www.jotadev.com/IMG_2352.jpg The other side "outlet". So, my question is: how would I go about setting up a sound system? Currently, neither the aforementioned control panel nor the built in speakers function, but I was told that once input was hooked up they would. What cables will I need, and if I want to put several speakers in the TV room, what sort of central "brain" box will I need to purchase? I know it may be impossible to tell how the wires run, as a.) they are behind a wall, and b.) you are limited by my poor description of the situation, but any info, tips, advice, etc. would be very much appreciated! Thanks so much for reading to here! -J.D.