Filed under: Home Theater, Power and Data Distribution
If you’ve ever tried running home theater cables behind your wall to keep them out of sight, you probably know that while the resulting cable-free appearance is great, cable penetrations often have a nasty habit of looking disorganized and unattractive.That’s why Arlington Industries designed Scoop cable entrance plates, which are basically wallplates with hooded openings that allow A/V cable to transition smoothly through your wall.
Not only do Scoop reversible entrance plates give cable penetrations a neat and clean look, they also protect cables from abrasion and compression, which will ensure that you’re getting a clear, uninterrupted signal. And due to the fact that it’s reversible (that is, it can be installed facing either in or out), the Scoop simplifies cabling projects by eliminating the need for you to track down matching “in” and “out” routing plates – just pick up two Scoops, and you’re ready to go.
The Scoop is made of plastic (so you never have to worry about corrosion), are available in single and dual-gang styles (in non-technical speak, that means standard or double-wide versions), and can even be painted to match the rest of your room.