Reddit Reddit reviews Wiremold Cable Management Kit, CordMate II, Cord Organizer and Hider, Cord Cover, Concealer, and Protector for Wall, Medium Capacity, CMK50

We found 84 Reddit comments about Wiremold Cable Management Kit, CordMate II, Cord Organizer and Hider, Cord Cover, Concealer, and Protector for Wall, Medium Capacity, CMK50. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Wiremold Cable Management Kit, CordMate II, Cord Organizer and Hider, Cord Cover, Concealer, and Protector for Wall, Medium Capacity, CMK50
CONCEALS UP TO 3 CABLES: CordMate II TV Cable Management System perfectly hides dangling and messy TV cables or computer cords for a neater appearance and better entertainment experiencePROTECT YOUR KIDS FROM CABLE CATASTROPHE: TV cables can cause tripping and other safety hazards if left dangling. Now you can safely hide your TV wires, keeping out of reach from curious little hands.PEEL & PRESS ADHESIVE BACK: Self-adhesive backing works on multiple surfaces, including walls and baseboardsPAINTABLE SURFACE: Leave the wire cover kit as is or paint to match your room décorVERSATILE DESIGN FOR MULTIPLE USES: Suited for covering home entertainment wires, speaker cables, TV/video cabling and home office wiringEVERYTHING YOU NEED TO HIDE WIRES WITH EASE: Offers 10' of cable concealment; kit includes 12 connector parts for flexible install: 4 CordMate II Cord Channels, 3 C59-Couplings, 2 C56-Flat Elbows, 1 C57-Inside Elbow, 1 C58-Outside Elbow, 1 C51 T-Fitting.
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84 Reddit comments about Wiremold Cable Management Kit, CordMate II, Cord Organizer and Hider, Cord Cover, Concealer, and Protector for Wall, Medium Capacity, CMK50:

u/The_Empir3 · 19 pointsr/AmateurRoomPorn

What a great view! Also, I really love the idea of the frame TV but I feel like that console underneath ruins the illusion because it’s such a “TV” setup. A little cable management molding and you could ditch the console for an even cleaner look.

u/TheCasualJedi · 18 pointsr/malelivingspace

Hole in the wall and drop the cable down. Then put a wall grommet near your outlet.

Or one of the cable hiding plastic pieces, legrand makes a good one but make sure you use vinegar to remove them or else they’ll pull the paper off the drywall which Is a pain to fix.


Wall grommet

Edit: forgot to mention that if you’re putting a power cable in the wall you’ll need a different cable to actually run through the wall to keep it in code as it is a potential fire hazard. Here is a good kit that would fit for this example

u/freespace303 · 13 pointsr/hometheater

Good on you for going with a gigantic screen. Plenty of upgrade potential sound system wise as well. What projector are you using? Short throw?

A few recommendations - bring those fronts down to ear level, and rears down to about the recommended height of 3 feet above ear level when you are sitting. You could use a stand for the left rear -

If your worried about stand stability, use a barbell weight on top of the baseplate to weigh the stand down and make it more secure -

Cable channels will help hide your cables really nicely -

u/LeftMySoulAtHome · 11 pointsr/GirlGamers

Hi! I also have chronic pain/am disabled. I play Steam games with an Xbox One controller with the Windows 10 wireless adapter. (I tried the Steam Controller but it was bulky, not intuitive, and I basically hated it. lol. YMMV.)

I have my tower sitting in this cabinet, which I covered with this film to keep everything hidden. My husband cut out the back of the cabinet to install a fan / make room for the cables to come out of the back.

We used these cord covers to keep everything neat.

I use this wall-mounted swing arm from Amazon for my monitor. I push it toward the wall when I am done. (I put my chair/station in the corner for this to work.)

I sit in an IKEA Poang chair with ottoman, using this lower lumbar cushion and this coccyx cushion.

I use this mouse arm on the Poang chair, these cushions for my elbows, and a beanbag rest for my wrist (for when I have to use the mouse).

My keyboard sits on a shelf beside me and I pull it onto a lap desk (stored under my chair) for when I need to use it.

I also have a wall mount for my Xbox One controller.

I hope that helps! It took me a long time to get something together that keeps my living room still looking like a living room. :)

u/ElQueso5 · 11 pointsr/DIY

Can you run them behind the wall?
If not, check out these covers, they can be painted to match the wall

u/indorock · 10 pointsr/pics

Amateur-tip: Use a wall cover kit like this to make them (almost) disappear.

source: Home theater snob.

u/PrimeCaliber · 9 pointsr/battlestations

Not sure why my links came out all fucked up? Too lazy to try and fix it.


Monitors: [Dell S2716DGR] (

Triple Monitor Mount: [EZM Deluxe Triple Monitor Mount] (

Keyboard: [Corsair K70 Cherry MX Reds] (

Mouse: [Corsair Scimitar Pro RGB] (

Mouse Pad: [Razer Goliathus Overwatch Mouse Mat] (

Wireless Headset: [Steel Series 800 Wireless] (

Speakers: [Audioengine A5+] (

Speaker Mounts: [Audioengine DS2 Desktop speaker stands] (

Desk Surface: [Ikea EKBACKEN countertop 98in] (

Desk Drawers: Haha who am I kidding everyone knows that those are!

Lamp: [IKEA Hektar lamp] (

Cable Management

[Raceways] (

[Velcro zip ties] (

[Desk Grommet ](

[Cable clips] (

Pc build specs

Case: NZXT H440

Motherboard: ASUS ROG Maximus IX Hero Z270 LGA1151

CPU: i7 6700k

RAM: G.SKILL TridentZ RGB Series 32GB

Power supply: Corsair RM series modular 1000W 80plus Gold

Power cables: Corsair custom sleeved in blue

CPU cooler: NZXT Kraken X52

Boot Drive: SAMSUNG 750 EVO 2.5" 500GB

HDD: 2TB Western Digital

GPU: EVGA 12GB Titan black


Monitor: [Asus ROG Switft 34in ultra wide] (

Monitor Mount: [VIV duial mount] (

Mouse: [Razer Naga Chroma] (

Keyboard: [Corsair K70 Cherry MX Reds] (

Mouse pad: [Razer Goliathus Overwatch Mouse Mat] (

Wireless Headset: [Steel Series 800 Wireless] (

Speakers: [KRK Rokit 5 ](

Desk Surface x2 : [IKEA Linnmon] (

Cable Management

Cable Rack: [IKEA Signum rack] (

PC Build specs

Case: Corsair crystal series 460X

Motherboard: ASUS ROG Maximus IX Hero Z270 LGA1151

CPU: i7 7700k

RAM: G.SKILL TridentZ RGB Series 32GB

Power supply: Corsair RM series modular 1000W 80plus Gold

CPU cooler: NZXT Kraken X52


GPU: GTX 1080 ti SC

u/pencilvester_C137 · 8 pointsr/InteriorDesign

Something like this:

Or for other jobs needing more width for more cables/cords:

You can then paint them to match the wall color. I have both of these products in my home right now and they're great.

u/Petit_Hibou · 8 pointsr/AmateurRoomPorn

You're off to a really great start! I have a few suggestions if you're looking for improvements. There are a lot of suggestions below, but that certainly doesn't indicate that what you've done isn't good. Rather, there are a lot of directions you can take the space and it's up to you to decide how to prioritize.

  • I would NOT get a second cabinet in that same style for the other side, but you do need to finish that side with the speaker. I suggest a basket and plants (see below).
  • I think you'd do great to change the curtains from a solid to a print to liven the space up slightly. The green color is fine, or you could go all-blue or yellow.
  • Get a large basket to store the blankets in so they're not draped over the couch (unless you need them to protect the couch from pets or kids).
  • I don't think the colors of your throw pillows on the couch really work. I'd stick with the blues and tans you already have in the room, but get a large bold pattern.
  • Get at least 2 plants-- one small one to go on the little cabinet, and one large floor one to go on the speaker side of the TV.
  • I'm not sure what the items on top of the cabinet are, but they're the wrong scale. Dress the cabinet up with stuff like a decorative vase, books, a large framed picture etc. Group items together in little clusters rather than spacing them out evenly, and try to vary the heights and textures.
  • It doesn't look like a conventional coffee table would work, but you want somewhere to set a beverage down near the couch. I suggest getting one or maybe two narrow end tables to go by the arms of the couch.
  • Lastly, I'd recommend getting a cable management sleeve to run along the floor on the speaker side to hid that power cord.
u/Sarinatu · 5 pointsr/malelivingspace

Do some simple cable management. Something like this and you'll barely notice the wires...

u/cubanita · 5 pointsr/AmateurRoomPorn

Agreed. We used these in our living room and they are great. You can paint over them too, to match the wall color. Legrand - Wiremold CMK50 Cord Mate II Kit- Raceways Cord Management Kit to Hide Cables, White

u/benlucky13 · 4 pointsr/battlestations

something like this looks like what op used

u/radddchaddd · 4 pointsr/vinyl

I got these from Amazon. They work well although opening them up to add or remove cables can be a bit stiff.

Also, the planters are from Target. They come with fake plants, but I replaced them with actual succulents.

u/Lianad311 · 4 pointsr/hometheater

Yeah didn't mean any offense by any means. I just had a 55" and upgraded to a 65", but that just looked way smaller than I remember my 55 looking.

I've bought about 5 of these kits for throughout my place, but you only need a tiny piece so that may be overkill. They work great though and are paintable to match your wall if that's an issue.

u/EmpireCityRay · 4 pointsr/malelivingspace

OP if you use this suggestion make sure that the extension chord is UL certified as you seem to use a lot of outlets. (I would go with a thick extension chord found at your Home Depot/Lowe's.) Finishing it off with this:

My suggestion would be get a [UL listed] surge protector and purchase and place it in this
My method would allow you to lessen the visibility of wires and with a desk and great chord management (snaking the wires behind the leg) you can make it look like you have no wires or outlet box. The scented air freshener should be moved IMO as it wouldn't work in the linked box, if you opt to keep it you can leave the biege tap box and it on it with another outlet in the tap box for the surge protector.

u/vonkillbot · 4 pointsr/malelivingspace

Pro tip: don't worry one bit about people saying you need to get into your own place. The rental market is rough here in CA, student loans might be an issue and a higher value couldn't possibly be placed on savings. This isn't the midwest or the 70's, you're playing the cards as you see them. Good job.

Also hide those damn cables from the TV.

u/critters · 3 pointsr/hometheater

It's not finished until you hide those cables, sir.

u/Nurum · 3 pointsr/HomeImprovement

I have these for my gaming stations. If you paint them to match the wall you barely notice them.

u/thenapkeeper · 3 pointsr/beyondthebump

I have a fan white noise, and monitor plugged in. I keep cords tidy by running them through a cord hider thing? This on Amazon

Wiremold CMK50 Cord Mate II Kit

I also use one of those bulky child proof plug things for the essentials- baby monitor, so she can't ever unplug it. I suppose she could unplug her fan or light but the sockets are baby proof ones that just close if you unplug something.

I have her bed, a few baby safe toys, books, etc. an ikea storage cube thing that is typically used as a room divider but we lay them on their sides for the kids. It also hides the plugs where stuff is plugged in. Make sense?

Take out non critical. Mount anything you are worried about. Keep the rocking chair and stuff. You'll need it. Shoot it's 1:30 am here and I'm rocking her back down (cutting eye teeth and bronchitis yay)

u/omgwtfbbqcrew · 3 pointsr/hometheater

I think going in wall is always the best look but if that's not an option I've used this wire hider in my room and then painted over it and it does look pretty good.

u/dystra · 3 pointsr/DIY

i would just go with something like this running to the back wall.
Then a couple of these run to the outlets.
I know you said you didnt want cables across the floor but other than installing sockets in the floor or hanging them from the ceiling...not a lot of options.

u/Bumblebee__Tuna · 3 pointsr/battlestations

Gorgeous lighting!

For cable management, check these out. Alongside zip-ties, they helped me out a ton. And that monitor is big enough to wall mount. If you do that, get some cable organizers for the wall. Something like this.

u/ItsDeke · 3 pointsr/mildlyinteresting

The wall conduit way is the best looking for sure (and really isn't very difficult), but if you're renting and cutting a hole in the drywall isn't an option, just running the chords through one of those plastic wire concealment tracks will tidy things up a lot.

Something like this (although you could probably use a smaller cheaper kit since you would t need much):
Wiremold CMK50 Cord Mate II Kit

u/BranMuffins4Life · 3 pointsr/hometheater

Dad of a young kid here: these do an excellent job of hiding cables from babies, and tidy up the look of the room at the same time:

Add in wall mounts (assuming you don’t have floorstanding speakers) and you have a reasonably baby proof setup

u/uppastbedtime · 3 pointsr/buildapc

Just to add to this, the simple step is to protect the cords, like /u/Yoko042684 mentioned. Raise the cables off the floor and put them in some kind of cable raceway that will also cover corners and turns, like this set.

Benefits to this method is it will be much harder for the rats to chew on the cables. Also a raceway will eliminate cable clutter on the floor and clear up a tripping hazard as well.

u/Nostrildumbass · 3 pointsr/oculus

Define damage. Damage as in make holes that you'll need to patch? Or do you consider something as minor as pulling paint that you have to touch up damage?


I use this to mount my sensors:


This to run the wires for the sensors (and my ethernet + bookshelf speakers)


And I used to use these until I went wireless:

u/lamplamp3 · 3 pointsr/malelivingspace
u/wachu · 3 pointsr/HomeNetworking

How about using some sort of stick-on plastic raceway to run your cable up the wall and around the corner?

Selected at random as an example:

That would look a little more finished and wouldn't be too much of a project.

u/savagealchemist · 2 pointsr/HomeImprovement

Maybe something like this ?

u/Goonshine · 2 pointsr/wireless

While I agree that running a cable is the best plan it can also be unsightly or a pain to deal with. Especially if you need to open up holes in the home to get it run correctly. If you are needing to punch through drywall, open holes from the exterior to the interior, or drill through any supports then you might want to talk to a contractor instead of doing it yourself. If it looks like you can run a cable through some existing space in your house though then go for it.

One other thing you can try that won't cost you much is to move the wireless router to a more central location. This might get you what you need, though if the walls are concrete then maybe not.

When cabling in the interior you can use cable ducts and runs to keep the cable safe, and minimize the eyesore it will make. See an example here.

Powerline adapter is also a straightforward choice that uses the power cables already available in your house, so look into that if you can.

u/Zaouron · 2 pointsr/malelivingspace

Looks good. Only suggestion would be to grab some Cable Channel molding to clean up the power and video cables for the projector.

u/johnrose81 · 2 pointsr/hometheater

This is what he told me:

>I've bought about 5 of these kits for throughout my place, but you only need a tiny piece so that may be overkill. They work great though and are paintable to match your wall if that's an issue.

u/RojoXIII · 2 pointsr/headphones

Looks amazing.

Off Topic: love what you did to your walls but all them wires scattered everywhere kills it for me. You should look into purchasing some wire channels so you can hide them.

u/E-werd · 2 pointsr/cableadvice

This is a tough one because you have a glass desktop. I think the best option would be cable raceway. You can get a kit something like this. Here is a better explanation of what it actually is.

Keep the visible bundle relatively tight and the pathway deliberate. You would probably have to find a way to lengthen the cables to make this work.

u/Xyes · 2 pointsr/pcmasterrace

I had to wire up around the frame of a door and it sucks. I basically had to buy a ton of these:

Cable Concealer On-Wall Cord Cover CordMate II Kit - Legrand CMK50 Cable Management System, Cord and Wire Organizer for Computer and TVs, Hide Cables at Home or Office, White

Looks nice but man does the cost add up when you want neatness.

u/Rdddss · 2 pointsr/malelivingspace

there are a lot of diff cable hider things like this one, its not perfect but is way better then just having them hand down like that

u/ArdvarkMaster · 2 pointsr/DIY

Wire Raceway

Can be painted and allows for wire access if needed.

u/vatothe0 · 2 pointsr/sonos

Here's one.

It's a fairly common product that you can probably get at a hardware store locally though. Paint it the same color as the wall and it's pretty discrete.

You could also use wiremold if you only have one or two wires that need cover.

u/ColonelCoconuts · 2 pointsr/DIY

I know it's still a WIP, but if you weren't already planning on it, I would attach a small basket to the underside of the desk with enough room to fit your extension cord, router, etc. Then use a wire cover to run the cord along your wall and into the outlet.

Tutorial for basket

Example of wire cover

u/Dani31_5p00n · 2 pointsr/malelivingspace

these cable ties could be put to good use. You can use them to wrap the HDMI cords to the back of the poles that hold the monitors. As for the cords bellow the desk, you can wrap them all together with a tie or get something like this to run along the wall.

u/meat_bunny · 2 pointsr/HomeNetworking

Why not just get some cable covers? They are actually designed to be painted over.

u/Robert315 · 2 pointsr/hometheater

I don't really agree with the Grey schedule40 suggestion for low voltage speaker wire or HDMI. I would just use some inexpensive wiremold in the ceiling corners.

u/drtonmeister · 2 pointsr/HomeImprovement

I'd be pretty upset with that. You could order the Lutron power-panel kit:

I'm betting the barrel plugs are the most common 2.1mm x 5.5mm size used for security cameras. If that is so, there is lots of stuff available to run several from one power-supply, for example this multi-barrel-connector power supply kit with a few of these power extensions. There are also similar things for 12V Christmas lighting that are more likely to be white cables.

I'd also use a raceway kit to conceal the cables.

The Lutron kit sure looks like a standard multicamera power supply for security cameras.

u/keep_on_churning · 2 pointsr/InteriorDesign

I would get a smaller couch, then move that black chair to sit next to it at an angle. Once you do that, you’ll have some space to move that lamp out from the corner a bit.

Speaking of, what does that blue cord go to? The lamp? I assume there isn’t a plug in the corner, so I’d recommend getting some white raceways to hide the cable running over there. (

Paint the frame around the AC white, and clean it!

Then, plants in pots and open the blinds. Let that natural light in. :)

u/avickthur · 1 pointr/GTAV
u/aj562 · 1 pointr/battlestations

Love the setup! If you want to hide the wires, I recommend checking these out:

u/pkulak · 1 pointr/sonos

I'm a big fan of these.

u/bdm13 · 1 pointr/CFB

Oh, in that case, a cheap wiremold kit is probably your best bet. Make sure it's the plastic though, you don't want to deal with cutting the metal version.

FYI, I'm not an electrician, I just enjoy spending copious amounts of time from early spring through summer accomplishing random home improvement projects on the weekends.

EDIT: This will probably do the job; also, you can paint it to match your walls.

u/SolIII · 1 pointr/buildapc

I wouldn't recommend doing it wireless. It might work out but latency will probably be an issue. An HDMI cable would be the best choice, you could maybe get something like this to hide it with.

u/Piratica · 1 pointr/malelivingspace

Yes LED strips would probably be the easiest. Alternatively, they actually have LED panels on amazon, although if you're trying to simulate a window it may get a bit pricey.

You'd also probably want some cord management with either option, but I suppose you can figure that out down the line.

u/kilbus · 1 pointr/DIY

drill stud caps from attic using a common point of measurement in the room and above. using fish rod or wet noodle

pull wire into attic and across. Wet noodle will allow you to use the existing box and not cut any drywall (assuming there is no fire block [horizontal 2x4] which changes the situation some)

Chain goes down the wall, pull chain out through the existing box using magnet tool

I wouldn't run Cat 5 under a carpet due to it being very easy to break via pinching

raceway is the easiest way to do this but doesnt give you a polished look

u/mr_rob_oto · 1 pointr/tampa

If you want a cheap alternative you can get paintable cable covers that I think look pretty good.

Also wall mounts are way cheaper than people think:

u/adhocadhoc · 1 pointr/appletv

Run the cable along the walls with conduit like this

u/wheatgrinder · 1 pointr/Vive

> avoid mounting stuff permanently

Getting married will solve that issue. Its called commitment, and nothing says commitment like mounting your base stations permanently. But seriously, I don't see how the little wall mount brackets screwed up high in the corners of the room is MORE intrusive than the big poles spanning floor to ceiling.. I mean if your taking them down all the time, then you gotta store them someplace etc.. etc.. The brackets\basestations use 1/4 20 screw mounts, so if you want a quick snap in\out mechanism look to quick connect camera mounts. Something like this, but there are many alternatives..

To hide the power cables use simple surface mount "cord minders" running up the corner of the wall. Its nice neat finish.

u/DoomRyGuy · 1 pointr/battlestations

Quick, easy and cheap solution is use a few zip ties or Velcro strips for the cables underneath your desk. Try to route them so they hide behind your drawers. For the TV, you can either cut some holes to route cables behind the walls as some suggested or you can go the easy route can get cable raceways,

u/blindjoedeath · 1 pointr/HomeAudio
u/aftli · 1 pointr/CableManagement

This is what I used for a similar problem. They are paintable and stick really well.

u/grittycotton · 1 pointr/Vive

how about using a cord channel to "hide" the wires?

u/picmandan · 1 pointr/BudgetAudiophile

Well, you can run the wire in the walls, or use an external raceway such as this.

u/nexusxis · 1 pointr/Workspaces

Maybe something like these cable channels/raceways? Less elegant looking but more heavy duty option: those long rubber "J"-shaped cable channels like these ones.

FWIW, I always have my desk against a wall and use this IKEA SIGNUM cable tray screwed into the bottom of my desk so I'm not exactly an expert in cable management.

u/edikit · 1 pointr/aww

We've probably lost a good $1000-$1500 worth of gear to our bun. A few gaming keyboards/headsets and about a million phone chargers. It literally only takes them a second. One time I saw him heading toward a charger (wasn't even chewing on it yet) and by the time I made it over to him, it was too late.

We finally decided to stop being dumb and got a bunch of split tubing (linked above) and cable management. Hasn't been a problem since.

u/Schnodally · 1 pointr/hometheater
u/Mrcool360 · 1 pointr/amazonecho

I would have done something with a shelf brace and some command strips. If you placed 2-3 strips on the side on the wall and then you could use zip ties to strap it to the brace. Or just drill in there wall and patch it up, I've put tons of holes with out thinking in my apt knowing I can path them when I move.

Amarine-made Pair Stainless Steel Solid Shelf Brackets ,8" ,10" ,12" , Shelf Support Corner Brace Joint Right Angle Bracket (12"X6-1/2")

Command Large Picture-Hanging Strips, Black, 4-Strip

Also to clean it up a bit:
Wiremold CMK50 Cord Mate II Kit

u/Kesselbomb81 · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

Nice setup. If the TV wires bother you, you could pick up something like this.

u/myaltimateform · 1 pointr/SleepApnea

I think you were on to something initially with the PC fans. They're standardized, low power, and last forever. Instead of using the 3 or 4 pin connectors, you could get a USB powered model, like these, plug them into a USB AC charger, and the charger into a timer or inline switch. If you find the airflow isn't enough, you can add a second fan or try a larger one. It won't dry a tube in 10 seconds, but let it sit for 5 minutes and it should do the job.

Instead of 3D printing small stuff, you could always use Sugru. For a funnel, see if you can find a car oil funnel. They go from a large square (for the fans) to a small circle (for the tube).

If you want to get super fancy, since the tubes are a standardized length, you could mount this fan contraction to a wall with a second set of funnel and fans at the opposite end (but with the fans flipped over). Then you'd have gravity pulling the water down, the fan blowing dry air from the top, and the moisture being sucked out the bottom. Connect the two pieces with some plastic wire conduit/covers and you got yourself a nice, tidy solution.

You could even have a 'deluxe' model with an attached shelf containing a few fans under a grating/mesh for the other bits, like face mask and head strap.

I wouldn't use a hairdryer because of the heat. I'd opt for something that uses cool air, but requires no oversight.

Of course the alternative is to just clean it early in the day and let it dry for a few hours... (but I do love my gadgets).

u/dadue123 · 1 pointr/hometheater

How much slack do you have from the speakers to the receiver? It doesn't look like too much from how the cables are positioned now?

Regarding the cables from the TV down, for something simple you can just use a cable cover like this:

u/Gaming09 · 1 pointr/projectors

Or use these and run the optical into the ceiling from a corner, they're white and house optical and coax for me with room to spare
Wiremold CMK50 Cord Mate II Kit

Distance isn't a big thing just set it away from the exhaust of the projector, all. My stuff is 30 ft plus but if I could put it all I'd do it in the ceiling tile behind your projector, if you're worried about ventilation grab a grated tile

u/oddsnsodds · 1 pointr/malelivingspace

Maybe new longer / shorter cables to match the distance, and cover them with this:

u/MyDearMrsTumnus · 1 pointr/battlestations

Use a raceway like this against the wall to make it less noticeable.

u/VonShrekenWolf · 1 pointr/Vive

For future builds, something like this would probably be a more elegant and less labor intensive way of routing your cables up your wall.

u/drbigpen15 · 0 pointsr/hometheater

Go wired and get some of these to hide the cables Wiremold CMK50 Cord Mate II Kit