I'm building a new home and for the life of me I can't find a decent article that describes some basic wiring guidelines. Yes, I read the Wiring your house 101 manual from this site. In a nutshell I don't understand the exact cable I should be running between my centrally located panel (mechanical room) to each device (e.g. audio speaker, TV, light switch, etc.)
- Whole-Home Video: I plan to use DirectTV. I assume I need to run multiple RG6 from the dish to my central panel but what wires do I run between the panel and the TV's (so that I don't have to have a DirectTV receiver/client near my TV)? Do I run CAT6? RG6? Both?
- Whole-Home Audio: What type of cable(s) do I need to pull from the central panel to each speaker?
- Security Cameras: What type of cable do I need to pull from the central panel to each camera? CAT6?
- Lighting: What type of cable(s) do I need to pull from the central panel to each light (or light switch)?