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Answered Wall sockets?


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I'm going to be replastering my living room so that means I'll be in a position to do something about wall sockets.

Where my TV sits I need lots of them. The TV, the AVR, the Pi, the network switch etc etc. At the moment there's a double wall socket and I have a 10 gang extension cable attached to it.

I've been googling and trying to find if there's a neater solution. Ideally I'd like everything plugged into the wall. The best I've found is 3 gang wall sockets. I've also found 4 gang extensions that plug directly into a single socket but that's all.

I can't be the only person trying to think around this problem, does anyone have any suggestions on how to get around it?


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That's the problem, as I said above the maximum I can find is 3, so I'd have to get 3 sets of 3 installed, and then an ethernet socket and a coaxial one.


Have more sockets added to the ring main. If you want triple sockets, just add more.
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Have more sockets added to the ring main. If you want triple sockets, just add more.
Amazon do a 4 way socket. You remove the wall socket , connect the wires to the new 4 way then screw back using original screw holes


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Thanks Bubblegum, that's the closest I've found to what I'm after. I'm not too keen on the thickness of the sockets but perhaps my electrician has some ideas!

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