Cable Management For Home Theater Systems


Be the Envy of Your Friends with a Professional Home Theater

Home theater systems provide endless hours of entertainment. Whether you want to watch a movie and feel like you're at the cinema, or binge-watch the latest Netflix series, or pound your opponents into dust (in online gaming, not real life), a proper home theater is a great way to optimize the experience. Keeping cable management in mind when setting up yours will ensure the feature presentation isn't a jumbled mass of wires. If you want the ultimate stereo surround sound experience, for example, you'll need to place speakers behind you. That means, in many cases, wires will need to run along the floor or ceiling, and you'll need to conceal and protect them, along with making sure they're not a trip hazard.

But that's just one of the things you'll need to keep in mind if you plan to be a DIY home theater installer. You'll also need to figure out the configuration of your set-up, how you'll mount your screen and audio equipment, where your power is going to come from, which audio/video cables you'll need, and what type of A/V and data wall plates they'll plug into.

Thankfully, we've gathered these products to make your home theater look neat, clean and professional, all in one place for your convenience!

We offer slide-out racks, lock boxes and surge suppressors to protect your valuable equipment. Our selection of home theater cables includes whatever type of cable you'll need: speaker cables, HDMI, DVI, flat and low profile wires, component cables, and audio/video connectors. We can help you manage those cables with cable ID tags, wire loom, raceways and braided sleeving to keep it all protected and organized.

Have a look around. We will make sure you spend less time installing or maintaining your home theater, and more time using it.

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If you need help selecting a solution for your cable management needs, feel free to call our friendly and knowledgeable staff at 1-866-222-0030.

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