I've just acquired an "in wall" amplifier primarily intended for use in classroom situations, but I am intending to try it as part of my whole house audio project.
It's a Nuvo NV-Wa30.
It has simple inputs on the back for DC in, Inputs A/B and then outputs for a pair of speakers.
The power is supplied using a long cable connected to an adapter which in turn is plugged into the mains (the adapter is similar to those used for laptops, so you plug a cable into the mains which in turn is plugged into the adapter)
I want to do a tidy install of this so was hoping to run power to the Amp "neatly" but I'm not sure how! The problem is I don't just want the DC adapter "hanging" out of the wall somewhere.
I think I have a few options.1) Extend the cable so I can run it all the way back to my node 0 and just plug it in there. 2) Come up with some kind of DC wall socket thing (connected to the amp), then modify my adapter cable so it can be plugged and can therefore be plugged in to this socket.
Any thoughts or suggestions would be appreciated (apologies if any of the above doesn't make much sense!)