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OmniMount Tria 2 Shelf Wall System, Black
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- Two tempered glass shelves support up to 30 lbs. (13.6 kg) each
- Mounting: Single-stud
- Color: Black with black glass and Platinum with clear glass
- Two fully adjustable shelves at 1" increments
- Integrated cable management hides wires
- Hanging shelf system looks great with wall-mounted televisions
- Two adjustable 6mm tempered glass shelves
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OmniMount TRIA2 2-Shelf Wall System, Black
The Tria Series wall shelf systems offer hassle-free shelving and cable management solutions suitable for any environment and can be used with or without a TV. User-friendly features like adjustable shelves and paintable, trimable covers make them customizable for any application. Tria 2 is a 2-shelf do-it-yourself solution that allows you to neatly organize components right under your TV without the need to run the connections through your wall. Each shelf has a 30 pounds maximum capacity.
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It seems that every day a new company appears on the scene touting its expertise, experience, and business acumen in the world of TV mounts, furniture, and accessories. TVs are big investments and if treated with care, should deliver many years of entertainment. We urge you to trust your investment to a company who has a proven track record (in our case over 35 years) of offering great products, standing behind them, and continuously innovating to meet the needs of our valued customers. As an American company employing hundreds of people in the U.S. and abroad, we hope you will support us and our employees just as our products robustly support your valued TVs, speakers, and A/V components.
Founded in 1978, OmniMount holds a position as global leader in product innovation. OmniMount honed its skills as a pioneer in the field of audio mounts, and it continues to build on its strong foundation and heritage. As the once separate worlds of hi-fi and video have fused into home theater, the company’s scope has greatly expanded to incorporate a complete portfolio of solutions, including TV mounts, AV wall shelves, wire management products, AV equipment rack enclosures, digital signage mounts, audio products, and more.
- Brand Name: OmniMount
- Model Number: TRIA2B
- Style: Two Shelf
- Specific Uses For Product: personal
- Material Type: Metal
Tria 2 is a 2-shelf do-it-yourself solution that allows you to neatly organize components right under your flat panel without the need to run the connections through your wall. Tria 2 is designed with covers that easily snap on to the spine to route and hide wires. The Tria Series wall shelf systems offer hassle-free shelving and cable management solutions suitable for any environment and can be used with or without a flat panel. User-friendly features like adjustable shelves and paintable, trimmable covers make them customizable for any application.
Top Customer Reviews
Installation was fairly easy, especially since I had already marked where the stud was when installing the TV mount. Wire management was a little trickier. There is a reasonable amount of space to rout the wires behind the covers, but not really a lot of thought into how to get the wires from behind the cover into the equipment. It will never be as clean as they show in the brochures!
I have a Denon A/V receiver on the bottom shelf, a DirecTV receiver on the middle shelf, and a DVD player on the top. HDMI cables from the DVD and DirecTV run up out of the top and into the TV. Digital audio cables from both of these run down into the Denon, as do the power cables. From the back of the Denon, I have 4 pairs of speaker wires running down out the bottom, along with its power cable. The DirectV signal line (double wide RCA cable) and a phone line run up to the DirecTV receiver.
The DirecTV line unfortunately is not just a simple single cable. It's a double cable with a splitter and a thingamabobber and a whatchamacallit that make routing and hiding all the cables impossible. I was able to mostly tuck all this stuff behind the receiver, so it looks mostly clean.
The cable covers consist of 3 panels that clip/slide onto the rail. Unless the shelves are spaced just so, the ends of the panels won't align with where the cables need to come out. I had to cut two of the panels into smaller pieces. It would have been nice if the panels had some perforations like paper towels so that they could have been easily adapted. But it wasn't that big of a deal.
Aesthetically it looks nice, since my TV is near a corner on an articulating mount. For a straight wall mount, you may not be able to get this centered on the TV, since this has to be on a stud, and typically TV mounts are on two studs. Naturally this only apples to wood framed structures. While the directions tell you to mount into a stud, if all you have is, say, a cable/satellite box and a DVD player, this could definitely mount on drywall with drywall anchors. I wouldn't trust a 20 lb receiver on this if it was mounted to drywall though. BTW, the spec is 30 lbs per shelf, 90 lbs total.
Couple other points...I had higher end HDMI cables with thick shielding etc. Not very flexible. If you can get by with smaller, more flexible HDMI cables, that would work better here.
If you have a receiver wired for full surround sound (5.1 or more) that's a lot of speaker wires, and I don't think you could get all those behind the cable guide. Would probably want to have a hole in the wall behind the receiver to run those, if you wanted to maintain the clean look.
In summary, if you are not using an A/V receiver (i.e. you only have sound coming out of the TV) and just a cable/satellite box and DVD Player (and maybe a game system) I think this system would work great. You will not be able to hide the power lines or tv input lines unless these were "smart installed" to be behind the TV in the first place.
Sagging shelves are definitely an issue, but the problem can be mitigated. I have a pretty standard, old-school Denon receiver (not like the new compact ones) that is heavy on the side containing the power supply. It caused the shelf to tip downward to the front and left, which would have been reason to return the shelf unit if I couldn’t fix it. It was ugly. My fix required shims in three locations: the bottom center, bottom left, and bottom right of the shelf bracket where it bolts to the wall track. I used plain old washers for this. With this simple addition, my 20+ pound receiver is level. The second shelf holds a Blu-Ray and set-top box and needed no modification.
These shelves wiggle, particularly when heavy items are placed on them. While they do wiggle, they are basically stable. I have an investment in the equipment on these shelves and am not afraid of this movement. That said, they may not be well suited to an environment where children or animals will run into them. My solution to this was to place my subwoofer directly under the shelf unit. This disguises the cables coming out of the bottom of the cable guide, provides a spot for a power strip, and protects the shelf unit from accidental contact.
For the price, I can live with the shortcomings. The end result is a nice looking entertainment system. Just be prepared to do a little extra work.
A note ... these definitely need to be mounted into a stud or into a masonry wall simply because with most applications you will load them, weight-wise. One of our's has three shelves and is supporting a total of nearly 75 pounds (a 30 pound amplifier/receiver on one shelf alone). With one single-shelf installation we were forced to mount the support into 3/8 inch drywall (i.e., not stud behind it). I used two heavy-duty butterfly bolts and had the unit's main vertical support member (the heavy metal rail that hides behind the plastic cover) resting on the lip of the wall's baseboard at the floor. Again, this was a single shelf and we placed ONLY a turntable onto it (weighing something like 8 pounds I guess). It's held up well and I don't anticipate any risk. I suspect if there were much more weight than about 10 pounds on it, the brace would pull away the drywall.