I have a projector (Optoma EH336) and want to buy a relatively inexpensive home theater set up for audio. I will be pushing content from a USB device or a laptop, placed close to the projector. Of course, though, the central speaker would be on the opposite wall (where the image gets projected).
Since I'd like to avoid running a cable between the back and front walls I was wondering if anyone here knows about a wireless home theater that has the input connections in the rear speakers or subwoofer instead of in the central/front one? That way, I can run a cable on the same side of the room instead of having to cross it (and the home theater's wireless can do the rest by transfering the audio to the front speaker).
I've been reading about bluetooth home theaters too, but (1) neither my projector or source device have bluetooth, and (2) even if I get an optical-to-bluetooth dongle I don't think I'd have many degrees of freedom to control video or audio delays so as to avoid lip sync (the projector or the source device don't have the option for video delay at least in their respective menus).
I know my question is a bit vague but I'd appreciate any help or pointers in the right direction.