Excelente producto, muy robusto y con buen acabado. Además lo conseguí a $65 pesos El único detalle es que este tipo de productos son diseñados para ser instalados en paredes de aglomerado o sheetrock, por lo que son demasiado largos en profundidad y no caben en las cajas electricas (chalupas) normales. La solución fue cortar parte de la extensión del canal de placa para que cupiera en el espacio designado
PorKeith Corbinel 3 de enero de 2012 - Publicado en Amazon.com
This worked great for running AV to my flat screen wall mounted TV. I liked the 3-gang a little better than a 2 as I was able to open a bigger hole to see what was going on in the wall. I mounted my TV over a direct vent fireplace and this three gang allowed me to make sure I was strapped to a stud and greater than 2 feet in all directions from the fireplace. Overall it worked great. I was able to get my arm in the wall and move around much better than a 2-gang would have let me.
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.
5.0 de 5 estrellasFits More Than You'd Think - Need Old Work Box
PorAl Toidel 9 de febrero de 2015 - Publicado en Amazon.com
I am in the middle of building a Theater Room and needed a wall plate to run all my of wires through. Although, I must confess, I was really worried about how much would fit in it. Let me tell you, I have run a CL2 in wall rated subwoofer cable, 7 - 12ga in wall rated speaker wires, a 50' IR extension cable, a CL2 rated coax cable (mediabridge), a 50' CL2 HDMI (mediabridge) and still have room for more. Suffice to say, that this has pretty much all the room you will need for cables.
On a side note this is created to work with low voltage cables (ie - no power cables or electrical outlet cables). As such, you do not run this into a regular blue electrical box (one reviewer was upset with how it did not fit in it). Instead, the directions clearly state you use a single gang low voltage old work box. Carlon makes some which sell for about $1.50 at home improvement stores. Amazon also sells them. Just keep that in mind when you are ordering this.
5.0 de 5 estrellasGood solution for flatscreen wiring/routing of cables.
PorFlyboyyyel 28 de abril de 2017 - Publicado en Amazon.com
This is an excellent solution to running low voltage or structured wiring cables (read Eithernet/CAT5-6, speaker wires, HDMI, or others) behind the walls. Especially nice for wall hung flatscreens and allows you to route wiring behind the drywall. Note that if you are not pretty handy or have experience running wires in walls, you probably want a professional to do that. Other than the wiring itself, these boxes install very easily and quickly while dressing up an ugly cutout in your sheetrock.
5.0 de 5 estrellasNicely hides cables to wall mounted TV
Porklinel 26 de febrero de 2009 - Publicado en Amazon.com
I bought a pair of these 2 gang plates to hide the cables that would otherwise be visible dropping from my wall mounted TV to the cabinet beneath it. Mount the top plate behind your TV with the opening facing down, and the bottom plate behind your cabinet with the opening facing up.
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.
4.0 de 5 estrellasGood product, would like to see some sort of grommet to surround wires that run from behind wall into this
PorAmazon Customerel 10 de mayo de 2017 - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Works as intended. I wish there was a grommet or rubber-like piece that would surround the cables that run through this so reduce any bugs or possible small rodents from coming through. It may be hard for a small mouse to get through, but it would be nice. I stuffed some tape in the back of this as a workaround. Other then that, it works perfect. To make the cut, I used a pencil and reversed this piece, moved it where I wanted on the wall, and then went around the border of the plate. Try to get the pencil inside the lip as this will allow the cut to be 'just' smaller than the face plate itself.