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post #1 of 2 Old 01-06-2013, 06:36 PM - Thread Starter
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Hi All,

I have a cable hiding question. I want to run cables from where my TV is mounted to the other side of the room. The issue is that there isn't really any wall to run it through. Let me attach a couple pics to show you what I mean.

So if you take a look at the pic, you see where the TV is. If you trace with your eyes left, you hit a hallway. The wires would need to cross the hallway if they were to go in that direction. If you look at the second pic (iphone panorama woot!), and you trace with your eyes from the TV to the right, you'll see that the equipment is right under the bar. and once again, there isn't a wall that I can run it through.

To make matters more complicated, I live in an apartment that I don't own. However, I am totally fine with putting some holes in the walls, and I'm even okay with paying someone to make it very professionally done, but I'm struggling with how this would work... any ideas? Thanks!!

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Can you fish the wires over the ceiling? That would be my choice.
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