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Item # 717WP1014B

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About the On-Q In-wall Cable Access Port

Use this cable port to easily access and conceal in-wall wiring. It's designed for use with HDMI, DVI, USB, RG-6, or CAT-5 cables. It mounts in a wall box or bracket.

Product highlights:

  • On-Q part # WP1014-WH-V1
  • cable access port
  • features one opening for cable run-through
  • includes attached standard decorator wall plate
  • mounts on On-Q wall box or bracket with provided screws
  • warranty: 1 year
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
  • MFR # WP1014BKV1

What's in the box:

  • Black in-wall cable access port mounted to white Decora wall plate
  • 2 Self-tapping screws (Length=3/4")
  • 2 Machine screws
  • Instructions

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Overview: The On-Q In-Wall Cable Access Port consists of a WP1014 cable access strap with a Decora wall plate. It is black in color, and facilitates running A/V and computer cables inside of the wall. It is designed to work with a standard J-box.

Unterminated: The in-wall cable access port does not have terminals, but a 2-1/8" x 3/4" opening for cable access. The opening is protected by black nylon bristles for a clean look. Since the port is not made for any specific type of cable, virtually any type of cable can be used with this access port.

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Crutchfield asked: Why did you buy this?
They were recommend by your technician, Dallas, who has spent a great deal of time helping me design and choose the ideal home audio system based on my budget. [ BRIAN  Jan 04, 2019 ]
From previous wall-mounted TV installations, I find these cable access ports provide a great deal of flexibility-- from allowing specialized cables to be routed thru wall without multiple connectors / connector plates, to even serving as storage for excess cable lengths. [ Anthony  Nov 25, 2018 ]
It was recommended by the AV design specialist. [ Carl  Sep 14, 2018 ]
I recently purchased a new home that has a dedicated media room. After purchasing the Klipsch 502S surround speakers, I was viewing how the speakers would mount to my wall. I originally thought that I'd have to get a bracket that stands off a couple of inches from the wall so that the wiring can plug into the rear of the speakers. However, after seeing the On-Q Access Port, I've discovered that my speakers will be able to mount flush with the wall. Very happy to have discovered this option. [ JASON  Sep 13, 2018 ]
now so easy just to feed your connectors through and eliminating another connector [ Stephen  Aug 08, 2018 ]
Had to pull one wire through the wall, this made the installation neat without having to connect to terminals at the wall then connect cables from component and TV to terminals. [ Damon J.  Jul 24, 2018 ]
I needed a cable access port that can handle 4 cables coming from the wall. [ Jeff  Jul 24, 2018 ]
Ease of access for HDMI cable installation. [ C  Jul 02, 2018 ]
Recommendation from advisor. [ NATHAN  May 25, 2018 ]
Parker was very helpful and explained why these items would work best. [ Ben  Jan 23, 2018 ]
I chose this type of wall plate because I needed one with an opening large enough to allow me to fish my TV's fixed power cable through my wall to an outlet below. [ Justin  Dec 31, 2017 ]
Recommend by Clarence [ Jeffrey  Aug 17, 2017 ]
Nice plate can run multiable cable out [ charles  Jun 17, 2017 ]
looks like it can help organize some cat 5 cable [ tim  Jun 13, 2017 ]
looks like a good way to organize wires [ jim  Mar 12, 2017 ]
I wanted a clean install on my wall mounted tv. [ Bryan  Dec 21, 2016 ]
clean installation look [ Gary  Dec 15, 2016 ]
Something to clean up the wall where all the speaker wires come out to connect to the amplifier [ William  Dec 14, 2016 ]
I wanted an easy way to route wires from my wall mounted TV to my receiver below without seeing them. This did the job nicely. [ JEREMY  Nov 19, 2016 ]
because it's cool [ Christian  May 28, 2016 ]
The Crutchfield advisors helped me realize that the plates I was intending to use would have decimated my A/V signal. Can't wait to install this now! Thanks guys! [ P  May 04, 2016 ]
For hdmi and rca routing [ Susan L.  Feb 14, 2016 ]
I really liked the idea, and it did work for me. But it almost didn't work for me, because I bought it to run my TV power cord thru the wall. On my LG TV the 3 prong cable that plugs into the wall is too big to fit thru here, and the end that plugs into the TV just Barely fit the this ring, but it did. But for A/V cables and HDMI should go thru no problem. So I reccomend them. [ Joe  Dec 24, 2015 ]
Flexibility of using different cables and price. [ Aleta  Dec 04, 2015 ]
It came with the order [ GREGORY  Dec 03, 2015 ]

2 questions already asked

will I be able to fit both hdmi and cat5 cables in the On-Q in wall cable access port?
[ mike  Aug 15, 2015 ]
5 answers
Absolutely. There is a fair amount of space. I would estimate that you could place 4-5 well insulated HDMI cables through the opening.
[ DAVID  Aug 16, 2015 ]
Yes. I've got 2 HDMI cables and an optical audio cable running through mine with enough room for 2x that.
[ James  Aug 16, 2015 ]
Yes, the only one that was hard to get through was the power cord just do that one first.
[ HENRY C  Aug 16, 2015 ]
It's a pretty big opening ... I bet you could run 6-8 cables thru it
[ Jeffrey  Aug 15, 2015 ]
Yes, but it will also depend on what is behind the wall.
[ Andrew  Aug 15, 2015 ]
How big is the hole opening? Not the dimensions of the plate itself, but the dimensions of the hole you would put the cables through. Thanks!
[ Casey  Jan 24, 2015 ]
1 answer
Use an old work box and pull cables into box then install port cover plate and pull cable through port opening.
[ GEORGE  Jan 25, 2015 ]

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