A cable passthrough port. It’s important that these cables be rated for use in walls since it will be very hard to remove them once the whole kit is installed. Wall-safe HDMI cables (included or buy your own): Some kits will include properly shielded HDMI cables that are safe to run behind your wall.
How do you thread a HDMI cable behind a wall?
The simplest way is to unhook one of your existing cables and tape a string to the end. When you pull it out, you pull the string in. Then tape the HDMI cable along with the existing cable to the string and pull them both back in through the two horizontal studs.
How do you run cables behind a wall?
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Youtube quote: We'll start by taking the romex cable and pulling. It through using the fish tape. You can then feed the rest of the cables through the wall. I use the fish tape to help with this process.
How many HDMI cables can you run in a wall?
It’s entirely possible to have one HDMI and multiple devices, but this will mean constantly switching the cable, which could lead to damage. It’s much better to have multiple cables to avoid doing this. I would recommend having one HDMI cable for every HD compatible device.
Is it safe to put TV wires behind wall?
It is perfectly safe to run most cables through a wall! Really, the only cable you absolutely should not run through a wall is a standard power cable that plugs into an outlet.
Is it OK to run TV power cord behind wall?
Can the TV power cord or an extension cord be run inside the wall? No, not worth the risk. It is against the National Electrical Code to connect extension cord wiring through a hole or opening in a wall, inside a dropped ceiling or under flooring.