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Datacomm 50-3321-WH-KIT Flat Panel TV Cable Organizer Remodeling Kit with Power Outlet - White
- Low profile design fits behind the industry’s thinnest mounts and TVs
- Grounded recessed receptacle on top plate allows you to install power behind your wall mounted TV and other similar applications
- Conceal up to 4 low voltage cables behind your TV
- Mounting wings are molded into the cable pass-through sides of the top plate to fasten against the drywall as you tighten
- Bottom plate install onto the included low voltage mounting bracket
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DataComm Electronics’ Flat Panel TV Cable Organizer Kit with Power Outlet is used to install power and hide unwanted audio video cables in the wall behind your wall mounted TV. This kit is the ideal solution for converting an unfinished basement or spare room into a high end home theater or media room and will being a clean, professional look to your in-home installation.
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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.