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DataComm 45-0001-WH 1-Gang Recessed Low Voltage Cable Plate (White)
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- The perfect solution for concealing low voltage audio video cables behind your wall mounted flat panel TV
- Holds up to 4 cables
- Can be installed with the opening facing up or down
- Made of non-breakable ABS plastic
- Available in 5 colors
- ETL Listed in the United States and Canada
- Quick and easy installation
- Available in 2-gang (45-0002) and 3-Gang (45-0003)
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1-Gang Recessed Low Voltage Cable Plate
The 1-Gang Recessed Low Voltage Cables Plate is used to install low voltage cables behind your wall mounted display, amplifier, or other audio and video devices.
These plates are designed to be used with a standard low voltage mounting bracket made by any major manufacturer. The cable plate can be installed with the opening facing up or down.
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DataComm Electronics’ 1-Gang Recessed Low Voltage Cable Plates are used to install low voltage cables behind your flat panel TV, amplifier, or other audio and video devices. These plates are designed to be installed onto a low voltage mounting bracket. The cable plates can be installed with the opening facing up or down.
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For those that were talking about how to mount this to the wall, I think people don't realize that you should be using a mounting bracket with these. These are intended to go over a 3-gang box or low voltage mounting plate. If you don't have one, I picked up one and it mounted right to the drywall with ease and you don't have to worry about pulling it out. The reason it comes with the "flat screws like a light switch" as one reviewer put it is because it's designed to be installed like a light switch, NOT directly into drywall.
If you need a low voltage mounting bracket: Vanco LV3 PVC Low Voltage Mount Brackets (Triple)
I also uploaded a few pics if you need clarification.
The only downside to be aware of is this does open up a large hole in the wall. Make sure you aren't creating a huge draft situation. I used a little cotton insulation (I would advise against fiberglass since it's exposed) and it stopped the draft. If you're worried, light a match and blow it out right in front of the plate, if the smoke goes straight up, you're good.
I was initially wondering if a 1, 2, or 3 gang was the correct size. I'm glad I chose the 2 gang as it comfortably fits 2 HDMI cables, 1 optical cable, 1 analog audio cable, 1 component video cable, and VGA/audio cable. I can drop cables from the top plate and not fuss too much pulling them out the bottom plate.
Don't mistakenly think you could probably squeeze the cables in a 1 gang version. While the combined width of the cables might fit, getting all the connectors through would be near impossible I would think. I measure the widest point of the opening at 2-7/8" for this 2 gang.
7/28/10 Update - Product still performs well.
Overall, I am pretty happy with this purchase.
I mounted these straight into the drywall with drywall screws, then used whit fingernail polish on the screw heads.
I flipped it upside down according to the advertised picture and had no trouble feeding cables through the hole.
The plastic is hard and had no flex even with applying force on it while trying to feed through l larger cables.
I would recommend this for any home DIYer or professional looking to clean up their wires or customers wires.