Originally Posted by rpryce77 /forum/post/18111500
Hi - not finding an answer in any older threads, so I'll ask here - I have RG6 line run in the walls for a subwoofer. Looking for a wall plate that is female coax on one side and female rca on the other. Haven't had any luck finding one on monoprice.com and other sites. Does anyone have any suggestions where to look?
ICC (and others) make keystone inserts that are female F on the inside, and female RCA on the outside. The RCA insert is available in all colors so they can be used for component video (R/G/B), composite video (Y), stereo audio (R/W), SPDIF digital (O) etc. I think I got mine from the Computer Cable Store but they are widely available for around $2.50-3.00. (Example photo is their part #IC107RFC). You can use a "single" keystone wallplate, or combine the sub feed with other low voltage signals up to six in a single gang or twelve in a dual gang. I have used these for ceiling projector feeds, wall subwoofer, Wii
link, composite video etc. and they work well.
Leviton also makes a "unified" keystone insert that crimps directly to RG-6 on the inside and has a female RCA on the outside, but it takes a different compression tool than I have so I haven't used them.
Hope that helps!