Wiring for a fp

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  1. Chad Isaacs

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    Well,with any luck I will have some sort of fp(lcd or dlp) in the next 6 months or so.I am curious the best way to run electrical and inputs to the fp.
    I do not have an attic or any space above my celing and the fp. will more than likley have to be celing mounted cause i got kids...
    So am I going to have a bundle of wires going up the wall and accross the celing or is there a better way?
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    Chad,
    The quick and easy way would be to use surface-mounted Panduit or something similar to hide the wires.
    If you want everything clean and flush-mounted, that’s a lot harder. However, if you’re handy with tools and sheetrock repairs, you can pull off installing an electrical outlet and signal panel in the ceiling (we are talking about sheetrock here, right?). If you think you can tackle it, I’ll give you the details.
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