3-Gang 7.1 Surround Sound Distribution Wall Plate w/ HDMI®
    Product # 6907
    3-Gang 7.1 Surround Sound Distribution Wall Plate w/ HDMI®
    Product # 6907
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    3-Gang 7.1 Surround Sound Distribution Wall Plate w/ HDMI®

    This home theater plate provides all the flexibility that a professional installer or experienced do-it-yourselfer needs to create a sophisticated media environment. The plates are easy to terminate and contribute to a neat looking and finished installation. Clear labeling also simplifies room set up and configuration.

    Please Note: The subwoofer connection is an RCA connection on the front and an RCA connector on the back.
    This product can either be used with banana plugs (product ID 2801 or 2943) or it can accept bare wire connections on both the front and rear of the plate.
    Note:  Not compatible with DUAL banana plugs like PID# 2944 & 2945.  Works fine with individual single banana plugs. 
    *The color indicated can vary in tone and/or hue between production runs and manufacturing facilities.  The color of this item may not be an exact match to any other product, even if they are indicated as being the same color, whether sold by Monoprice or any other vendor.  Individual pieces may also vary very slightly in color from each other.

    HDMI, the HDMI Logo, and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC in the United States and other countries.

    Includes 3-gang white plate with 7-pair binding posts and HDMI® port.
    Allocates 7 pair of the binding posts with 3 pair for the left side, 3 pair for the right side, and 1 pair for the center.
    Includes 1 RCA jacks for subwoofers.
    Installs in a NEMA 3-gang box.
    Comes with all necessary screws.

    HDMI, the HDMI Logo, and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC in the United States and other countries.

    58 Reviews

    90% of the reviewers recommend this product


    Very good execpt HDMi is

    • Cloud 9 Design,
    •  Fishers, IN 
    • 2/29/2016 6:52:41 AM

    Pros: Good quality construction

    Cons: Will be difficult to fit an extra thick unbending HDMI cable.

    This jack plate works fine & great value.. One thing to beware of is if you have a very long HDMI cable (i.e. 20ft) those tend to be really thick with a large strain relief. Some of those might not fit in the space behind the wall and get straight into the HDMI passthrough port which protrudes into the wall cavity a bit (I had to get a right angle adapter to fit my sturdy HDMI cable into this setup)..

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    Nice wall plate!

    • Anonymous,
    •  Waterloo, IL 
    • 2/19/2016 5:04:44 PM

    Pros: Looks good and is very solid.

    I ordered this originally because of its value price, but it is a really nice wall plate! I'm very satisfied with this! nice sturdy connectors, and quality.

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    Great Gang Plate

    • Mike,
    •  Woodstock, GA 
    • 1/20/2016 1:02:29 PM

    Pros: Great connections, very easy to install (except the size being a little smaller than standard so you have to be careful), looks great and professional. Can switch out individual gangs if technology changes or need something different.
    Definitely would buy again.

    Cons: no install instructions to discuss mounting options or notification anyway to ensure your mounting bracket/box is correct size.

    Very good gang plate, great quality connections LOVE the binding posts not just allowing banana plugs but open on both front and back. I agree with folks on the mounting, it is a little smaller plate than a wall plate (i think all these type plates might be) so you can't have huge electrical box. I ended up ordering the 3 gang "Mounting bracket" (for 'existing construction' - goes into drywall and is open on the back for easy access).
    ALSO - i think some folks that posted used the long screws for the MAIN top cover plate, which i did at first too. I ended up putting those over the actual 3 individual gangs FIRST in the box (different holes), then you slide on the top plate and use the smaller screws there on the top cover. Fit perfectly then, but yes, confusing.

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    3-gang 7.1 Surround Sound Distribution Wallplate Mounting

    • GC,
    •  Georgetown, TN - Tennessee 
    • 9/11/2015 2:48:37 PM

    Pros: Nice design & appearance,

    Cons: Hard to find Nema enclosure to fit it.

    Bought this for my home installation originally done by a semi-pro who didn't allow any slack in speaker wires he installed. As noted under "Cons" finding an enclosure for this plate proved to be difficult. Although I would have much preferred a plastic box I wasn't able to find one. Did finally find an aluminum box at HomeDepot.com (3-Gang Weatherproof Deep Box with Seven 3/4 in. Outlets Model 203638238 4 threaded plastic knock-out plugs are included). This box will work cleanly with slight shortening of the six longer mounting screws (included with the box). Used two right angle flex metal conduit connectors - mine box is mounted out of sight in the back of a cabinet.

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    Doesn't fit standard 3-gang wall mount

    • ckronengold,
    •  Livingston, NJ 
    • 9/1/2015 1:38:34 PM

    Pros: Looks great. Makes connections easy.

    Cons: Doesn't fit standard 3-gang wall plate. Easy for main screws to "strip" the plastic of the plate.

    this is the 2nd time I'm purchased this item, and both times, the wall plate doesn't cover / fit a standard 3-gang mounting bracket. It will screw into the top holes, but the bottom holes are then about 1/2" beyond the holes in the mounting bracket.

    bottom screws end up going directly into the wall, and are slightly less secure than going into the plate.

    Also, be careful when tightening the main screws in the plate. It is easy to overtighten and have the screws go right through the plate. Had to back them out to make sure the plate didn't slip off the back.

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