I am looking to do an installation of In-Ceiling speakers (x2) for Atmos in media room and need advise on what cables to use and how to lay the cables.
The speakers in questions are Micca's 8 inch in-wall speakers (https://www.amazon.com.au/gp/product/B002YPS6T6/ref=ppx_yo_d...).
Not going for something fleshy, just a speaker as point of audio source for those extra channels. Previously I have had normal speakers on top of Fronts and also Atmos enabled Sony sscse (https://www.amazon.com.au/gp/product/B07B48FJFH/ref=ppx_yo_d...) speakers but the effects were not good and felt like it made the overall sound muddy.
Anyway, I have ordered the above mentioned micca speakers for in-ceiling installation, which seem easy enough to install. The only problem is cabling. I have no idea how this can be achieved. The cables need to go from the back of the receiver into wall and than to ceiling. Wall is standard internal gyprock wall without any insulation and ceiling is open where I can crawl into.
Only reason I have not gone up in the ceiling to see if it would be possible to pass the cable from ceiling in to wall is because I first want to make sure which cables to use, as I understand the standard speaker cables are not suitable for in-wall installation for variety of reasons.
I need community's help on getting the right cable for in-wall installation and easy way to get the cable inside of the wall to ceiling, or should I just hire a pro to do the job.