Originally Posted by Neurorad
If hidden behind a TV or cabinet, here is a recessed 8 gang box, with room for stuff like a small cable box and power bricks.http://www.intuitiveusa.com/html/wall_boxes.php
I think a recessed flush mount low voltage 14" enclosure would work well. Again, if you wanted to use it with a cover, put a cable passthrough in the drywall below it.
Thanks, but it is too big for my application. I won't have my TV hung on the wall, it will be on a large/long TV stand (which I don't have yet, but something that can accommodate 60-70") and I want to have two 3-gang boxes behind the stand - one for speaker plate (could be a 2-gang as well), and the other one for keystone inserts (I have RG6, CAT6, RJ12). I can use 2 gang for that, but since my walls are open I want to put a 3-gang for future expansion if needed.
The location of the boxes is low...I want it to be hidden behind the stand, so I am afraid that if I use standard/flush boxes, all the wires plugged to it will force a big gap between the wires/walls and the stand. So recessed is the solution. I found boxes that fit and that I like, BUT - now I can't find the hardware (keystone inserts, plates, etc) that will fit. Kind'a catch 22. I got CAT6 keystones jacks from monoprice, but I think that they are too wide for a standard 6 hole insert like this one
. I could also use a standard keystone wall plate, but the largest I can find is a 12 hole for 2-gang
, it seems like there is no 18 hole for 3-gang.
So I don't know...I am kind'a lost at where to buy good/matching parts at good prices. Any suggestion on this will be appreciated.