I've got a fairly conventional setup in the living room of my flat - hi fi separates running a pair of floorstanders, with cd, tuner, minidisc, and tv all inputting into the amp. However I'd like to be able to listen to the output in my bedroom as well as the living room, but I'm not sure what the best way of going about it is. I don't need (or can afford! ) any "bespoke" multi-room solutions with zones and multiple sources and keypads in the walls, etc. I just want to extent the output of the hifi to the bedroom with couple of small standmounted hifi speakers. One option would be to use the second set of speaker terminals on the amp to run speaker cable to the bedroom. Nice and simple, but downsides are the sheer length of cable that would be required (it'd need a run of over 20m to each speaker, going round all the skirting boards and door frames), plus the job of hiding it. Is it wise to run lengths of speaker wire this long, or does the resistance of the wire begin to affect things and make it too hard for the amp? (The amp is a Sony TA-FB940R). Alternatively is there some way of doing it wirelessly? I've searched for products but anything wireless only seems to haul music from a computer or NAS. I've got a wireless router, but my music collection isn't ripped - it's all on cd and I listen to the radio & minidisc as well. Nor is there space in the bedroom for a mini hi-fi system that wireless receivers need to be plugged into for amplification. Or is there any other option I've got? And if speaker cable is the only way of doing it, any tips for hiding them discretely?! Many thanks in advance.