"Conduit" for hiding wires?

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  1. Aaron H

    Aaron H Supporting Actor

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    In my new setup, the speakers will be on each side of the RPTV. This, unfortunately, means that the audio rack has to go way to one side. Therefore, I'm going to have a coax run from the wall outlet to the rack, and then a few component cable and s-video runs from the rack back to the TV.

    Any tips or tricks that you might know of for hiding this wire as much as possible?

    Thanks, Aaron
     
  2. RussKon

    RussKon Stunt Coordinator

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    There are more than several companies out there that make products exactly like you are asking for...wiremold and panduit are a couple that come to mind...
     
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    Phil A Producer

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    Milestek, www.milestek.com carries a selection of cable management products as do many others.
     
  4. Brent Kelley

    Brent Kelley Auditioning

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    I had the same problem and used a cut piece of PVC that I painted to match the wall. It looks nice and was very cheap!
     

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