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Omnimount Tria 1 B 1-Shelf Wall Furniture - Black/Dark Glass
- Organize components right under your flat panel without the need to run the connections through your wall
- Fully adjustable shelf at 1 inch increments features integrated cable management hides wires
- Single-stud mount shelf features 6mm tempered glass construction and holds up to 30 lbs.
- Paintable and trimable cover is easy to install, can be used with or without flat panel
- Five-year warranty
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OmniMount Tria1 One Shelf Wall Furniture, 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 1 is a 1-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. Shelf has a 30 pounds maximum capacity.
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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.
I was so wrong.
First, there truly is just not enough room behind the covers. Due to the design, I simply couldn't run the cables I need - and I only have a TiVo and a DVD/receiver! (I ended up putting my Wii on it, also, but at that point there were so many cables hanging out it really didn't make a difference.)
In addition to that, the plastic from which the covers were made was far too hard for this application. The covers can't be bent enough to allow you to easily push and pull cables as you need to. A softer plastic would have been more appropriate.
And, as others have mentioned, getting the covers on and keeping them on is a serious challenge. I literally had bruises on my hands and arms where I was pulling, shoving, and pounding. I ended up using a towel to insulate the covers from the impact of the hammer I had to use to get them in place.
Other than the cable covers, though, the unit is solid and well designed. The fact that you can place the shelves at any level you like is very shiny. It really is a pretty set of shelves.
Not so pretty with all the cables hanging out, though. Since that's the reason I bought them, I can't give it more than 2 stars.
I'm now looking for something large to set next to the shelves so no one can see all the cables hanging everywhere. :( More money spent - I should have just bought more expensive shelves.
*sigh* And the marketing pics made it look so nice...
Oh, and one suggestion: measure your components. These shelves are actually ~17" wide and you have about 13-14" of depth, at most. I made the mistake of trusting the dimensions listed on the description. (I think that's the packaging's size.) My DVD/receiver unit is constantly sliding off because the feet hang over the front. I'm going to have to find some rubber pads to put under it to hold it in place.
The shelf is a little larger than I thought it would be but that is not a problem. The cable management system is one of the best that I have ever used.