Originally Posted by greenbone
i am mounting a jamo 5.1 set at the moment. they sit quite close to the wall so have done as others suggested and brought the cable straight out of the plasterboard
i used these paintable wall grommets, made for rg6 so they needed drilling out a bit
secured it to a nog with a pin clip (same nog the speaker will mount on)
wall with L/R and sonance sa3 centre
I have been looking for these for a while, as I had used them in the past for CL3 XPHP Monster Cable. They worked great, but I couldn't figure out where the original installer found them. Everyone I had asked didn't have a clue. Chupacabra found! thanks.
Now, do you happen to have to leads for me regarding wall pass-through for lots of cable. Here's what I am after. I want a rack either inside the room or through the wall. If I do it in the room, then I need a pass-through that is somewhat sealed that goes in to the adjacent walk-in attic (non-conditioned space). I was thinking I would put the power strips, and all the bulk in the attic, but just pass it all (speaker wires, power cords, HDMI, etc.) through the wall to the rack. The next option, which I can't seem to locate either, is a system that has cooling that I can put in the walk-in attic and only has a glass or ?? door in the room. Don't really need a large rack, really just looking for 3-4 shelves. Receiver/amp/preamp on bottom, sources like BDPs, processors, etc., then one for whatever other sources that I can't fit reasonably on those due to heat/ventilation. Do you happen to have some places or searches that might work?