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Two-Piece Inset Wall Plate with 4 Inch Built-in Flexible High Speed HDMI® Cable With Ethernet - Dual Port (2P)
HDMI®, Component Video, and S/PDIF (Toslink) Digital Optical Audio Coupler Wall Plate
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I ran all my low voltage AV cables through a double gang opening, so I simply removed the decora-size insert and installed it to the double-gang mud ring, and covered with a standard two-gang wall plate. Works like a charm.
PROS: Flexiconnector for in-wall HDMI, good build quality, removable decora insert. Something I never considered, but was pleased to see: the component connectors are arranged to align with the 6Ft 3-RCA Component Video Cable (RG-59/u) I got as well, without any twisting or crossing over, making for easy assembly.
CONS: No dealbreakers, I just though it was strange that it uses Phillips head screws on the wall plate instead of the standard blade. I suspect this is because the screws are self-tapping to engage the plastic decora insert, rather than thread into already tapped holes of a normal wiring device, thus requiring a little more positive enagement with the screwdriver. Like I said, not a dealbreaker by any stretch especially if you're using your own wall plate like I did.
PROS: Durable, Great Look, Easy Install, Plenty of room behind plate for making cabling connections
CONS: Optical connector takes quite a bit of force to snap together
PROS: Looks nice
CONS: Optical connector didn't transmit signal.
PROS: Just as needed!
PROS: Has the perfect connections. Is priced much lower than ordering the same connections on keystone connectors.
CONS: Tight fit into a decora wall plate, but it fits.
PROS: Has HDMI and Toslink connections
CONS: HDMI is a little on the weak side as far as weight support goes.
PROS: Nice clean look for my installation.
CONS: Not clear wether the wall plate is high speed HDMI to support the ARC (audio return channel) feature. I do not currently use or require the feature so I can't verify.