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How to Hide Wires on Your Mounted Television

The reviewer has been compensated in the form of a Best Buy Gift Card and/or received the product/service at a reduced price or for free.

When it became possible to mount televisions on walls it was a real breakthrough. Families were able to free space in their living spaces and streamline their furnishings. The next step in the evolution of wall mounts is hiding wires. The thing is: how easy is it to do?

Legrand In-Wall TV Power Kitallows you to carefully open up your wall, pull out the electrical cord and plug up your television in the wall. No wires will be shown freeing up your space from the eye soars that result from regular television mounts.

Additionally, if you have a speaker system or other devices that connect to your television theLegrand In-Wall TV Power Kit will accommodate multiple wires.

Some of the features include:

  • Hide those ugly TV Cables!
  • Easy routing of TV power and HDMI cable in-wall, with no electrical wiring required.
  • Connect your television to cable and electricity in seamless style with this Legrand flat panel recessed connection kit.
  • In-wall storage takes control of cables and wires to eliminate tangles across your floor, and a white decorator plate provides a finished look.
  • This Legrand flat panel recessed connection kit offers convenient access to the back of your TV.

When you open the package and read the instructions the installation can seem a but advanced. To be completely honest, if no one in your family is very handy or adept at DIY, I would hire someone with electrical experience like from TaskRabbit or something put the power kit together. I am not very skilled at pulling wires out of the wall, so help was a must.

The unit costs $99 but is currently on sale for $79. See more about the product on BestBuy.com.

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