In-Wall Power and Cable Management - EGAV-CMIWP2

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Use this bad boy to hide all your cables in the wall, even the power cords. It comes with everything you need, so just grab a 30 rack of Hamms, bust open those Sun Chips, and let's knock this DIY project out of the Park …

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Use this bad boy to hide all your cables in the wall, even the power cords. It comes with everything you need, so just grab a 30 rack of Hamms, bust open those Sun Chips, and let's knock this DIY project out of the Park like Nelson Cruz.

  • Hide all your TV cables behind the wall. Power 2 devices with the dual outlet, plus hide 3 low voltage cables in the brush pass-through.
  • Comes with everything you need for a quick & clean install, no wiring required. Show your wall who's boss with the included wall template & drywall saw.
  • Do you have weird plugs? Don't feel bad. The dual top outlet has plenty of space to fit awkwardly shaped power plugs. Power your wall mounted TV & streaming device all in one location.
  • Use the brush plate pass-through to hide your HDMI, ethernet, and audio cables. Unique cable catching design means your wall won't eat your cables, although they do look delicious.
  • What didn't we think of? Includes a 6ft extension cord with a low profile plug to power the whole kit. Using an outlet further away? Any normal 3-prong extension cord will work.
  • Our ECHOGEAR Pros are here to help 7 days a week. Go to our website or check your product manual for all the different ways to get in touch with our US-based, real-life product know-it-alls.
  • About Cable Management Grommets
  • So you finally got your TV on the wall and dangling cables are driving you nuts. Been there. Use this all in one cable management kit to hide your TV wires for good. Powers 2 devices with room for 3 low voltage cables (HDMI, audio, etc). Get those cords out of the way and get back to lounging on the couch with your squad.


A Shagadelic Cable Management Kit

Some cable management kits leave you hanging out to dry like yesterday's laundry. They don't come with a cutting template or saw. Some even require you to do the wiring. Yikes. One false move and you'll catch a jolt that'll leave your hair looking like Doc Brown. We're looking out for you, so everything you need is in the box, and no wiring is required.

Most install manuals are more confusing than the movie Raising Arizona. We make our instructions simple to understand and even toss in a few jokes. You'll be able to set up this in-wall cable management kit in under 30 minutes. A half-hour in exchange for a lifetime of kickin' it cable-free? What more could you ask for?

So...How DO you Install It?

The first thing to do is decide where you want the in-wall boxes to be. There can be up to 6' between the top and bottom boxes. If you're using the included extension cord, make sure you're less than 6' from an outlet. Can't get that close? Any 3-prong extension cord will work, so raid your Christmas decoration box for a spare cable.

Now slap the template on the wall so you'll know exactly where to cut & won't jack up the wall. Here's the fun part, grab the drywall saw and get after it. For safety, I like to test saw blade sharpness by using it to open up a bag of America's #1 finger hat, Bugles. Now that you're 3/4 of the way into those Bugles, use the template to cut perfectly shaped holes in the wall.

Next, you'll run all the cables through the wall connecting them from the top to the bottom box. Finally, connect the wall plates to the wall with a screwdriver & bam, you're done.

Flush Finish

Some in wall cable hiding kits make you connect to existing wall brackets. That's a one-way ticket to a half-assed finish. Using the wall brackets in the box gives you 2 major advantages. First, you can put each box exactly where you want it. Second, you'll get a picture-perfect finish, every time. High five yourself, and head to the fridge for some well-earned refreshment. Pour me a cup of that purple stuff.

There's Room For Some Weirdos

Plugs come in all shapes and sizes. Big bulky plugs, right-angle plugs, thin plugs... (read that in Bubba's shrimp recipe voice from Forrest Gump.) We built this cable hider with extra space between plugs so even the weird ones can be plugged in.

Plus, the low-voltage brush plate pass through has room for 3 large cables. Fitting your HDMI, audio, and Ethernet wires shouldn't be a problem. Fishing them through the brush plate is easy, and pretty satisfying if you ask me. On the flip side, dropping cables behind the wall can be a huge pain in the ass. And because we've all done it before, we fixed the problem. Built into the brush plate is a wire catching mechanism that'll keep your cables from dropping into the wall. Now you can save those curse words for something more important, like expressing your exasperation at the weird charisma of Joe Exotic.

To wrap it all up, look no further than Echogear for your in-wall cable management needs. We've got you covered with quality product & customer support available 7 days a week if you hit a snag.


The Nerdy Stuff

  • Cable Pass-Through Width: 2 1/4 inches (W) x 1 inch (H)
  • Max Distance Between Top & Bottom Box: 6'
  • Minimum Drywall Thickness: 3/8 inch
  • Maximum Drywall Thickness: 1 1/2 inches
  • Minimum Space Into Drywall: 3 7/8 inches (top receptacle)
  • Saws Included: Drywall hand saw
  • Cords Included: 6' low profile extension cable
  • ETL Certified? Hell yeah
  • Model: EGAV-CMIWP2

Detailed Product Dimensions

Top Receptacle:

  • Overall Dimensions = 6 1/4 inches (W) x 8 inches (H) x 3 7/8 inches (D)
  • Brush Plate Opening = 0.875" (W) x 2.125" (H)
  • Maximum Drywall/Wall Thickness = 1 1/2 inches
  • Cutting Template Dimensions = 5 3/8 inches (W) x 7 1/8 inches (H)

Bottom Receptacle:

  • Low Voltage Bracket Dimensions = 2 5/16 inches (W) x 4 3/16 inches (H) x 1 7/8 inches (D)
  • Power Cord and Cable Pass Through Housing Overall Dimensions = 1 5/8 inches (W) x 4 1/2 inches (H) x 2 5/8 inches (D)
  • Cable Pass Through Opening Dimensions (Front) = 2 1/4 inches (W) x 1 inch (H)
  • Cable Pass Through Opening Dimensions (Top) = 7/8 inches (W) x 1 7/8 inches (H)
  • Pass Through Cover Outer Dimensions = 3 inches (W) x 6 3/4 inches (H)
  • Pass Through Cover Inner Opening Dimensions = 1 3/8 inches (W) x 2 5/8 inches (H)
  • Low Voltage Bracket Hole Dimensions = 2 1/4 inches (W) x 3 3/4 inches (H)

Low Profile Power Cord:

  • Overall Length = 6 feet
  • Low Profile Plug Depth = 15/16 inches
  • Cable Wire Gauge = 14 AWG
  • UL Certified = Yes

Installation Manual


In-Wall Power and Cable Management - EGAV-CMIWP2