Everybody wants to have a nice, crisp, clear home theater surround system. There are two problems with this: The cheap ones involve a lot of wiring and work and take up a lot of space. The ones that don't take up a lot of space can cost hundreds of dollars.
I have come up with a cheap solution that is compact, almost completely wire free, and makes use of those old 1970s portable Stereo Radio Cassette Recorders gathering dust in the garage.
Step 1: Gathering the Materials
> FM Transmitter (one for wireless headphones might work)
> 2+ Portable Stereos with FM Tuner
> 3.5mm Stereo Auxiliary Cable [or] Red/White Cables (Depending on the Output on the device and the Input on the transmitter)