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Monoprice High Quality Banana Binding Post Two-Piece Inset Wall Plate for 2 Speakers - Coupler Type
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.
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Questions and Answers
- Use a "decor insert having HDMI + cat5 + coaxial" or "decor insert with 3 keystone ports" in one of the gang of this wall plate.
Is this possible? is there such an insert?
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PROS: Easy to install. Quality product
CONS: HDMI port is not high speed. Audio Return Channel doesn't work after install. Monoprice tech support confirmed it is not high speed and capable of ARC.
Should offer more color selections
I'd like to see a coax jack in this as well.
The one real issue I had is that the longer HDMI cables are very stiff, and do not work in wall with this plate (or any others). At my TV I used a swivel adapter to manage the in wall connection, no problem. On this piece I could not do it the same way however, as the Subwoofer cable is directly below the HDMI port and thus I could not swivel it down without hitting the subwoofer connector (which BTW is big and stiff as it is a premium cable with a 50 foot run). I fixed this by turning the center part upside down so the speaker is on the bottom, HDMI in the middle and sub on top. About the only issue is that the labeling is now upside down, but its behind an entertainment center so no big deal. In the future if possible it would make more sense to switch the RCA and HDMI jacks as I suspect the use of a swivel is quite componplace based on reviews of your HDMI cables.
CONS: Lack of coax input for cable
Placement of hdmi vs subwoofer
PROS: Nice design & appearance,
CONS: Hard to find Nema enclosure to fit it.
PROS: - Has screw-down/banana plugs
- Has subwoofer jack
- Has HDMI jack
CONS: - Screws to mount the individual sections to the low voltage plate are WAY too long.
- Needs to have an optical jack as well in the empty spot
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.
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.
PROS: All the ports I needed, and is now working just fine.
CONS: The connections all come on inserts that you screw in yourself as you install the plate. Two of the three plates just didn't fit real well, making installation a little bit tricky trying to hold them in place while screwing the plate in.
The HDMI connection is very loose (like the connector is a little too big), I ended up using electrical tape on the back side to hold the HDMI cable into the wall plate.
PROS: Inputs are labeled very nicely, 7.1 + HDMI, well made
PROS: Build well
CONS: Only thing I noticed was, and it was partially my fault, be carefull not to overtighen any screws, it will strip easily.
*Not a con but remember to get e 3 gang low voltage ring with this.