Suppose I have nine sets of stereo speakers spread around the room, each connected to the other in the set, as indicated in the diagram:
(assuming each of the speakers is an identical model)
Assuming I know the geometric positions of each of the speakers in the room, but the layout is fixed and not compliant with any surround standard (e.g. 17.2), is it possible to achieve playback through a Windows device onto each of the speakers? I would need to somehow interpolate between surround points based on the physical locations, but I am unfamiliar with any software/hardware required to do so. Furthermore, each set of speakers only has one AUX cable, so it would need to be provided with instructions for left/right relative to its position in the room:
E.g. in the above diagram, the top row of speakers would need to receive an AUX signal where the left channel actually represents the front-left of the interpolated surround sound, and the right channel is the front-right.
So far, I don't know any software up to the task, nor even a way to connect nine AUX inputs up to my computer. Any suggestions how this could be done?