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post #1 of 3 Old 02-16-2011, 05:30 PM - Thread Starter
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Hey all,

New to the site and novice when it comes to AV in general, so please be kind...

I'm looking to mount my LCD up on the wall and have an electrician coming to put an electrical box up by the TV on Friday. I'm looking for a nice, clean way to have power and surge protection up there. I've seen Powerbridge options, but would like to avoid that so I'm not wedded to having a surge protector at the base of the wall (I don't have a centrally located rack system now, but may want to in the future). I've seen a couple options from Panamax in their MIW line of products.

I'll be running HDMI and maybe ethernet up the wall too, but I can use separate wall plate for those to keep a clean look.

Any recommendations there? Do I really need something like that or would I be fine with something lower end from Leviton?

Thanks in advance!

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How about just a surge protected outlet? That's what my projector and subwoofer are going to be plugged into.
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Do you mean a basic surge protected outlet like ones that Leviton makes?
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