My specific question - in a house with no basement or crawl space and limited attic access, what is the best way to get my speaker wires from my amp inside the house to the outside area where the speakers are buried? The good news is that all my equipment sits on an exterior wall inside the house and on the other side of this wall (i..e outside) is the perfect spot to begin running my speaker wires for the in ground speakers. So I just need to figure out the cleanest and most structurally sound way to pass those speaker wires from inside to outside.
Most of the videos I have found online involved using a basement or crawl space. Unfortunately, in Florida, most houses including mine are built on slabs. I considered running it to the attic space and then out through the soffit and then down the house and into the ground, but the problem there is the attic space will be very hard to get to and I really don't want to bring the wires out high and then have to bring them down to ground.
So I am looking for the correct way to pass a wire through the wall of my house using some sort of conduit or cable-way that I can install myself. The wall is drywall inside and hardieplank cement siding on the outside. I want it all to be sealed when done and also clean looking on both sides. Any tips or suggestions on the proper way to do this? The wire is rated for in ground and in wall use, and once I get it outside, I'm good with doing the rest, just need to get it there.
Thanks - Tony
Best answer by Stanley_4