On-Q In-wall Cable Access Port
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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.
Bill, Colona, IL
Average Customer Review(s):
fills around sales well, comes with cover plate.
Works great. Makes for a nice clean looking installation.
Great product..well made... makes routing wires behind a wall a breeze!
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, it did, but I had to trim some of the plastic off of the back of the ring. But for A/V cables and HDMI should go thru no problem. So I recommend them.
Great product for cable access in home theater clean cut nice & neat .
Pros: Keeps cables neat .
Plain and simple a wall outlet. Cheaper on Crutchfield than other websites, and stores such as Lowe's and Home Depot. Plus you get to support Crutchfield!
Pros: Not cheap plastic and doesn't crack if screwed into all the way.
Cons: None, its a wall plate how can you complain for a wall plate with fuzzy brissels
Doesnt get much simpler to hide cables in walls. easy to cut out and install, looks professional.
Pros: inexpensive solution, professional appearance
Instead of the complex boxes for cable routing this was easy as pie. I used a standard low voltage wall bracket with wings. Then attached the On-Q to it. A HDMI RG-59 and a control cable comes in via this port and it works really well ! A very easy install for a flat panel tv ! Thank you Crutchfield for carrying this product !!
Pros: Easy Install great design !
this is an ideal way to enter and exit cables in and out of walls without leaving an ugly hole in the wall. Makes for a neat looking job
Pros: make a neat finished job
Cons: not from here
This is an excellent problem solving product.
I bought a pair of these for my TV setup in your living room to mount a TV above your fireplace. I know this goes against the rules of mounting a TV, but this i the only real place to mount it and maximize the use out of the room. These wall plates do a fantastic job of cable management and also the ability to run cables in the walls. I did not want to have the cables running around the outside. I wanted a clean looking install and these plates have met and exceed my expectations.
This is a great product that allows you to run wires directly without using pass through connectors and it looks better than just having an open rocker type wall plate (great for HDMI cables).
Overview: The On-Q In-Wall Cable Access Port consists of a WP1014 cable access strap with a Decora wall plate. It is white 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 white 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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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 ]
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 ]
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 ]