The decor brush plate is interesting, however I don't see much consideration for sound isolation.
I'm looking for a solution for the wall penetrations for my front height, side and rear surround speaker wires. In my case, I don't have soffits, and Instead of just drilling a hole through the drywall shell of the room and caulking around the wire coming through, I'm considering using a 1G electrical box with putty behind it and wall plate meant for a coax cable jack. The hole for the jack is about right for a 14 gauge monoprice in wall rated speaker wire to come through, and having the box in behind would allow me to uncoil just enough wire to reach the wall mounted speaker in front of it. In the case of my front heights, if I decide not to use them, I could just coil the length of wire into the electrical box, and cover it with a blank wall plate painted to blend into the wall.
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