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HDMI wall plates

01-27-2008, 09:03 AM
All, Should this work without issues. I had installed an 1-1/4 flexible conduit in the wall from my cable HD-DVR location (approx 15') to the wall mount location of my TV. At both ends I installed a single gang wall boxes (open ended designed for low v applications). Currently I have 1 HDMI from the TV to the DVR and (need to manually switch)HD-DVD player due to the ends of the cable are very large and are having a hard time to fish both cables in the conduit. If I find cables that will fit inside the conduit (approx 15') is there any issue with using HDMI wall plates?

Installation- 1.5 foot HDMI from TV to first wall plate connection
Back of wall plate to 15' HDMI cable running in wall to 2nd HDMI wall plate. 2nd HDMI wall plate to 1.5 foot cable HDMI to DVR or HD-DVD player. Any issues with this connection?

01-27-2008, 09:57 AM
. . . is there any issue with using HDMI wall plates?
Shouldn't be, no. That's why they make them.