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Recessed Single 1 Gang Low Voltage Cable Wall Plate White (1-20 Pack)

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Recessed Single 1 Gang Low Voltage Cable Wall Plate White (1-20 Pack)

Provides a solution for organizing low voltage cables inside walls. This White wall plate covers a standard single gang opening and is designed to be installed facing up or down, onto a low-voltage mounting bracket facing up or down. 

Features

  • The perfect solution for concealing low-voltage audio or video cables inside your wall. Reduces wire clutter, and provides a hidden cable management system for flat panel TVs, gaming systems, or entertainment consoles
  • Works with HDMI cables, coaxial cables, standard A/V cables, speaker wires, DVI, S-Video, network RJ45 cables, and other low-voltage cables
  • Reversible cable entrance can be mounted facing up or down to run communications cabling as desired. Easily installed onto low-voltage mounting brackets
  • Allows cable management internally rather than externally
  • Multiple lines can be passed through a single plate
  • Easy Installation
  • White color
  • Available in 1, 5, 10 or 20 pack option

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