Recessed Low Voltage Media Wall Plate w/ Duplex Receptacle - White
    Product # 8475
    Recessed Low Voltage Media Wall Plate w/ Duplex Receptacle - White
    Product # 8475
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    Recessed Low Voltage Media Wall Plate w/ Duplex Receptacle - White

    Tired of seeing cables running down the wall from your wall mounted HDTV? Get a professional looking installation with the cables and power running through the walls with this recessed wall plate from Monoprice!

    This wall plate includes both a low-voltage opening for your audio and video cables and a dual-receptacle power outlet to power your display. The wall plate comes with mounting hardware and detailed installation instructions, including a cutout template to ensure that you cut a hole in the wall that is the perfect fit. It mounts to the wall using lugs that grip the drywall from behind, so no additional mounting holes or wall anchors are needed.

    The dual outlet power receptacle is rated for 15 amps/125 volts.



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    Specifications
    Number of Outlets 2
    Rated Voltage 125 VAC
    Rated Current 15 amps
    Rated Power 1875 watts
    Dimensions (WxHxD) 8.6" x 7.8" x 4.5"
    Cutout Dimensions (WxH) 7 1/4" x 7 1/8"
    Regulatory Compliance UL Std. 514C, CAN/CSA Std. C22.2 No.42.1,
    UL (C+US) Listed SPD 351B, ETL Intertek Listed
    US 3026001, RoHS Compliant


    Included in the Box:
    • 1x Recessed wall plate with 4x attached mounting screws and grip lugs
    • 1x Receptacle box
    • 4x Box mounting screws
    • 1x Power receptacle with 2x attached screws

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    27 Reviews

    89.63% of the reviewers recommend this product

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    Easy Use

    • Gregory Morris,
    •  LAPLACE, LA 
    • 7/18/2016 7:13:43 AM

    Pros: A great part

    Cons: Pricey

    Very Easy to Install. Makes all our installs look clean and professional.

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    Large recessed power outlet

    • Brandon Martin,
    •  Plano, TX 
    • 9/21/2015 6:27:38 PM

    Pros: Great recessed box with pass through for other cables.

    Cons: LARGE! Plan accordingly.

    I used this behind a Monoprice full motion bracket and a 32" LED TV. It is a little large, meaning that the plastic of the outlet housing contacts the metal TV mount. I corrected any deflection by using large washers between the drywall and the TV Mount.

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    Recessed Low Voltage Media Wall Plate w/ Duplex Receptacle

    • Cadsbury,
    •  San Antonio, TX 
    • 7/6/2015 8:51:08 AM

    Pros: Looks very nice once installed, Good stability and plenty of space to plug in what you want. Lock into the cutout nicely.

    Cons: Really nothing...

    Like others have said, it's big. The cut out is roughly 7' x 7". Once installed though, it looks and functions great. I mounted an iPad on the wall of a closet, then mounted this on the other side of the wall to supply power for the iPad.. I works great and the customer couldn't believe how well it looked.

    I've ordered more to add to my install options.

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    Hides wires behind TV.

    • Joe Elder,
    •  Austin, TX 
    • 6/12/2015 2:28:37 PM

    Pros: I wanted to mount an ultra thin TV on the wall. This device enabled me to bring the media cables and power cables out of sight and behind the TV. A neat and professional way to install the TV.

    Cons: The area for concealing power transformers could be larger.

    Easy to install and sturdily made. Will buy again when eeded.

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    It is a big cutout but, works well

    • ronboom,
    •  Grand Haven, MI 
    • 2/24/2015 12:25:53 AM

    Pros: Does exactly what it is supposed to do

    Cons: Large cutout

    Had contractor install into a side wall of a recessed cabinet that he built. Back of cabinet went into a closet on the other side of wall. Cables (4 HDMI, 1 optical audio, and power) all went well. It is a large cutout into the drywall but, was helpful in getting all of the cables through the wall and into the new cabinet area.

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