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Wall connectors

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Building DIY' started by Tone, May 7, 2002.

  1. Tone

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    Hi

    Wondered if any one can help me.

    I am installing my home cinema system and hiding all cables under
    floorboards before we lay flooring. I have found speaker and phono boxes
    that sit in the walls like plugs, and allow me to plug the speakers etc into
    them. I am having problems finding anything that would allow me to have
    s-video leads coming up through the wall.

    Does anybody know of any wall plug or similar that would allow this

    Thanks
     
  2. Laura

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  3. Tone

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    Laura, thanks for your reply that's a great help
     
  4. ReTrO

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    Avoid wall box connections if you can. Adding extra joins to the cable run just degrades the picture/sound quality.

    You'd be better off just running the cables out of the walls straight into your speakers/equipment.
     

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