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Datacomm 50-3332-WH-KIT Flat Panel TV Cable Organizer Kit - White


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  • Hide those messy, cluttered Audio/Video (A/V) cables that connect your flat panel TV to your receiver or A/V components.
  • Features patented recessed wall plates that relocate A/V cables behind the wall.
  • All-In-One Kit is safe and easy to install.

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Datacomm 50-3332-WH-KIT Flat Panel TV Cable Organizer Kit - White + Cheetah TV Wall Mount Bracket 32-Inch to 65-Inch APTMM2B, Black
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Datacomm Electronics
  • Model: 50-3332-WH-KIT
  • Item Height: 4.75 inches
  • Item Length: 5 inches
  • Item Width: 5 inches
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 5 x 4.8 inches ; 11.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001PB75U6
  • Item model number: 50-3332-WH-KIT
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (69 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 9, 2009

Product Description

Datacomm 2gang recessed CBL plate install Kit WHT

Customer Reviews

Great and easy to install.
Nol
I would give it a 5 star, here comes the but, but it uses dry wall screws to fasten the metal plate to the dry wall.
Michael C. Snell
Easy to install, makes my home theater look professionally installed.
patrick trotta

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

33 of 33 people found the following review helpful By anon on April 25, 2010
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I really like being able to buy two recessed cable plates and two low-voltage mounting brackets in a single kit form.

Overall, the product was easy to install and looks great. My only issue is with the metal mounting brackets. These brackets are secured in the wall by three bendable tabs that are designed to be tightened with sharply threaded drywall screws. The three-tab arrangement would be fine for other low-voltage applications such as A/V connections, TV cable jacks, etc., but for this application where cables are intended to move through the bracket, sliding behind the wall to another bracket, the sharp drywall screws threaten to shred the cables, making these brackets a poor match for the intended application.

There are plastic brackets available that have a moveable flap drawn toward to back of the wall with a small bolt that would not shred the cables in the finished installation, and I wish that the kit had come with these instead. Here's a link to brackets I would recommend instead (I have used the single-gang version of this bracket for a coaxial cable faceplate): Dual Gang Low Voltage Mounting Bracket

I ended up using the screws to tighten the metal brackets to the wall, removing the screws afterwards, but one of my thinner cables still got snagged on the metal tabs when I pulled it through.

Overall, I'm pleased with the look of the finished installation, but I would recommend buying the parts separately in order to get the plastic mounting brackets (even if it costs more).
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Stephen Gates on December 5, 2011
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I read some of the other reviews for these wall plates and was a little afraid about the quality but I liked that you got two plates in one package so I ordered them anyway. I just installed them behind my new TV and I can tell you they are fantastic.

Some of the other reviewers seems to be confused about to install the mounting plates in the wall. Mark the wall where you want the plate, cut out a hole and mount the back plate to the wall. Other reviewers seems to think that the metal prongs on those plates were used to mount the back plate to the wall but this isn't the case. You mount these back plates to the wall with the three included screws and then you bend those prongs back at a 90 degree angle so they push back your insulation and help to create a nice wide opening to run the wires into. Then you mount the plastic wall plate onto the back plate with the four included finish screws.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Jay on December 10, 2010
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Solid look from the outside. However, the metal interior casing and screw may end up damaging wires when you pull th cord too hard against it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Michael C. Snell on December 30, 2013
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I would give it a 5 star, here comes the but, but it uses dry wall screws to fasten the metal plate to the dry wall. The bad side to that is if the cables should rub then it will cut the cables, and the cables are right next to the 3 inch long screws. My mod was to tap the edges of the screws with non conductive electrical tape, now the cables won't rub and become damaged, though the may not move a whole lot in the wall rather be safe then sorry.

I would recomend using the the dry wall fixture that has a tab that flips up when your screw the bolts down. No sharpe edges like the Old work boxes that you would use for electrical.

All in all i really like the product i would purchase it again and just modify the dry wall screws, the openings are great and allows for a lot of cables to go through.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mike on November 8, 2010
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This is the best idea ever. It gives our wall a very clean look and will definitely help when we decide to sell the house in the future. I have been to many houses where the cables are just hanging or the owners try to hide it with on of those plastic wire tracks but having no trace of wires is the best look you can get. Sure, you can always just cut holes in the wall and shove the cables in without these plastic housings and it would have the same look, but it's ugly and unprofessional and can be problematic when you decide to sell your house.

Go check YouTube for the installation. The metal pieces that comes in the kit makes this very sturdy, when you screw the metal pieces in it actually tightens and holds onto the drywall, then the plastic piece connects to that so it is 100% secure.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Frank on November 2, 2010
This is a great product to give you a clean looking install of behind wall cables.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By MR CHAD L THIESEN on January 10, 2012
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These items worked fine. It was nice to have everything come in one kit (i.e. two covers and two plates). The reason for three stars and not higher is due to how the plates are designed. There are tabs on the plates that help secure the plate from the inside of the hole in the wall. The tabs are placed right in the area where the screws from the cover come through to secure to the wall. I assume it is by design, but it seemed a bit odd and the instructions didn't explicitly state whether the screws were supposed to go through the tabs or not.

The main criticism is the placement of the screws in relation to where the cables come through. You can see in the photos where the placement of the screws are... i.e. inside the width of the cable cavity. What this means is that you are trying to feed cables through these cavities and you have these big, sharp screws in the way as you're feeding them through. Besides it being a nuisance, I also cut my hands on the screws when trying to feed the cables through my insulated wall. It just seemed unnecessary to position the screws there when they could have easily been placed elsewhere as to not interfere with the cable cavity.

So, overall these were fine... they worked and it was nice to have the complete kit in one package. I wouldn't necessarily persuade someone not to buy these, but to at least be aware of what I consider sub-optimal design of the screw and tab placement.
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