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Datacomm 50-3321-WH-KIT Flat Panel TV Cable Organizer Remodeling Kit with Power Outlet - White


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  • This kit is ideal for new construction or remodeling a basement or home theater room.
  • Eliminates unsightly hanging cables by concealing them behind the wall.
  • Universally compatible with any flat panel TV wall mount.
  • All-In-One Kit is safe and easy to install.
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: DataComm Electronics, Inc.
  • Model: 50-3321-WH-KIT
  • Item Height: 4.75 inches
  • Item Length: 5.5 inches
  • Item Width: 8 inches
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 8 x 4.8 inches ; 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001PBCT48
  • Item model number: 50-3321-WH-KIT
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 9, 2009

Product Description

Use DataComm Electronics Flat Panel TV Cable Organizer Remodeling Kit with Power Outlet to install power and hide unwanted audio/video (A/V) cables behind your flat panel TV.

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Customer Reviews

VERY EASY to install!!
MattG
This was just what I needed to hide the cables for a flat screen in a bedroom Was easy to install and did everything I needed it to do.
Robert C Kent
Overall it was easy to install and the finished setup looks great.
Todd B.

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Iowa Yankees on December 12, 2010
I am one that researches and researches and will tell you this item does work!!
Easy to install - do recommend to have all of your wires/HDMI cables, etc. ready to go and run thru the cut out holes in the wall as the video shows on You Tube.
One item to add is that I needed to use a plug adapter since the Samsung TV plug was too large to fit snugly into clock outlet behind TV.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By R. Seifried on December 6, 2011
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The price for this was easy to justify. Any trip to the home improvement store will inevitably cost far more than the price of this product. It is a simple solution to a problem encountered with wall mounting your flat screen television. Installation was fairly simple. I am comfortable working with electricity and my existing outlet was already in between the studs I was mounting the television to, so I just wired another outlet directly above it. I would agree with the other reviews that it is easiest to hang your mounting bracket first and then do the install. I have four HDMI cables and a set of composite cables running through this with no problem It is a nice finished look. I suspect that even if you had to pay an electrician to run an outlet you would still save a significant amount of money versus paying for installation from the retailer that the tv was purchased from. Also if you are reading this review you are thinking of wall mounting your tv. A couple of things to think about... You will need longer cables. Also if your tv has side mounted HDMI ports, consider cables with a swivel end as some cables will stick out the side and that ruins the finished look.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Timothy Driskell on April 24, 2011
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This is a must for anyone with a flat screen. I does just what you think but makes such a huge difference not having any cords dangling from the bottom of your set. The only down fall I found is you will need your cords a bit longer. If you are going to get these make sure you have a at least 2 extra feet to make up for the extra run of going into the walls. I didn't think about that and had to order new cables and wait 2 days to remove the sort wires and replace. You can't go too long, if the wire you get is too long just tuck it in the wall.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Todd B. on October 5, 2012
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I used this kit to hide the wires for my wall mounted TV. The whole setup came out great. I had an electrician at my home doing other work, so I asked him to install this as well. Everything went so smoothly, I'm sure I could have done this myself. One thing we had in our favor was that there was already a power outlet mounted below the TV, so we only had to run the wire up the wall. We didn't have to cross any studs. I'm not sure I could have done it otherwise.

My electrician didn't like the look of the mounting brackets for the non-powered plate, so he installed a real 1-gang box for that one. The one with the power outlet was easy enough to install and he used the included bracket.

Just a few pointers:

1) Make sure the TV is big enough to hide the faceplate. The TV mount I used was fairly wide, so we had to butt right up against it to make sure it was hidden.
2) Get longer cables. Before the install, everything was connected with 6' HDMI cables. I needed a couple extra feet once it was in the wall.
3) Run all your cables at once. Going back to replace or add a cable is a hassle.
4) If you're using any composite cables, think about switching to HDMI. We were able to stuff a composite through the wall, but it was not fun.

Overall it was easy to install and the finished setup looks great. Just plan ahead for things like wire length and location and you should have no problems.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By The Dark Side Shopper on April 13, 2013
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One of the best things I did when we got our LCD TV was to get this so I could run the cables in the wall instead of just hanging there or using some god-awful cable manager. Installation was OK for me as I had to run a new feed up the wall from the basement. Before I got this we were using stand-mounted TV and a surge-strip as the outlet is about 3 feet away.
My only regret is that it wasnt a larger 2-gang opening for the cables. The reason? The one thing that almost everyone overlooks is that you are running cables behind the wall, and you should use cables that are rated for in-wall installation. These cables are thicker, better insulated, and have an extra outer jacket to protect them from nics/scrapes as you pull them through. So using 3 of those cables is the same as running about 5 standard HDMI cables, in terms of thickness of the bundle.
Heres a hint:
normal retail for "premium" HDMI cables (w/out the extra jacket) = $30-$50.
getting better cables for in-wall installation from monoprice.com = $8
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Alex Cox on June 2, 2010
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This kit includes everything you need to hide cables behind a flat-screen TV - it's got the little cable guides so you can just snake a bundle of cables up without worrying about which sockets and plugs to buy, and includes a recessed power outlet. It also comes with an old-work junction box (for the power outlet) and two low-voltage brackets (to mount the "wire chutes" with). It's even got a cut-out pattern to help you cut the holes. I had no trouble with this kit, and will definitely be buying another if I get another LCD TV.
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