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I'm installing a new tv and this time have acquired the Powerbridge items so I can have a clean install. I'm installing a Klipsch soundbar under the tv on the wall. The ideal with the Powerbridge device is to hide all the wires. The sounbar power cable is standard length I beleive, and also has a "power-brick", or whatever that is called. As you see in the picture, how is this all supposed to fit behind the powerbar when attached to the wall? There is no way that will all fit in that little cavity that the SBCK has. Anyone have any ideals or suggestions? I'm assuming all sound bars will have such a powercable, so how is this supposed to work? I have an email into Powerbridge and awaiting their response. I would like to finish this up tonight after work.
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Got my answer from Powerbridge. They said that power brick converts the power to low voltage, so then I can run that thinner cable coming from that brick through the wall to the sound bar, and still be within code.
 
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