Simple Cord Cable Concealer On-Wall Cord Cover Raceway Kit - Cable Management System to Hide Cables, Cords, or Wires - Cord Organizer for Wall Mounted TVs and Computers at Home or in The Office

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Simple Cord Cable Concealer On-Wall Cord Cover Raceway Kit - Cable Management System to Hide Cables, Cords, or Wires - Cord Organizer for Wall Mounted TVs and Computers at Home or in The Office

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Reddit Reviews and Recommendations

  • 51 Reviews
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  • 24 Reviewed on Subreddits

    battlestations (8)
    malelivingspace (8)
    HomeImprovement (4)
    HomeNetworking (3)
    pcmasterrace (3)
    CableManagement (2)
    DesignMyRoom (2)
    InteriorDesign (2)
    audiophile (2)
    cableporn (2)
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Discussion and Reviews on Reddit

My new keeb-workshop! Am I missing something? [R]

2 months, 1 week agoJaggedSilver posted submission on MechanicalKeyboards.
Sept. 26, 2019
2 months, 1 week agoJaggedSilver posted comment on MechanicalKeyboards.
Sept. 27, 2019

Need to get some of those paintable cord covers for your neon signs. That would make that room tight and clean.

Cable management and STOCKHOLM TV stand? [R]

2 months, 1 week agoLe_Groundhog posted submission on malelivingspace.
Sept. 26, 2019

I’m really digging the STOCKHOLM TV stand from IKEA. My only concern is cable management. I don’t have an outlet directly behind the wall I would be putting the stand on; I’m currently running an extension cord from an outlet 3-4’ away.

I worry about the aesthetics of having to run extension cords under it and it looking terrible. Does anyone with the stand have that issue? How have you managed that?

2 months, 1 week agoLe_Groundhog posted comment on malelivingspace.
Sept. 26, 2019

You can always get those cord raceway kits at Home Depot/Lowe’s or and just run them against the wall or floor. Additionally you can hang a surge protector to either the wall or tv stand using command strips and plug in your electronics into that. You would then need to just zip tie the cables so they don’t lay on the floor.

Limited space, Tips/Suggestions? [R]

2 months, 2 weeks agoDecrepitBob posted submission on battlestations.
Sept. 17, 2019
2 months, 2 weeks agoDecrepitBob posted comment on battlestations.
Sept. 17, 2019

for sure man

dunno if this is a thing based on the unknown size of the domicile you are currently in, but if you or other residents were having issues with connecting to Wifi or it's speeds, i would mount the router higher than it is to extend it's range and reduce interference. For the power and ethernet cables that will have to go back down to the floor, you can utilize cable organizers like this to hide them neatly

Cables > Wifi [R]

3 months, 2 weeks agolabatomi posted submission on pcmasterrace.
Aug. 16, 2019
3 months, 2 weeks agolabatomi posted comment on pcmasterrace.
Aug. 17, 2019

I do this too. except I use a wire stapler so you can't even see the cables unless you're looking for them. I use these concealer to match my walls and make them look nice

my getaway! [R]

3 months, 2 weeks agoHuhhDoe posted submission on battlestations.
Aug. 16, 2019
3 months, 2 weeks agoHuhhDoe posted comment on battlestations.
Aug. 17, 2019

here is the raceway i used

Cabling an office without a raised floor [R]

3 months, 3 weeks agoCpotter07 posted submission on networking.
Aug. 13, 2019

Our last office had a raised floor so we could run all the cabling under the floor and have it pop out in a box under the desk.

Our latest office has cabling run all the walls in trunking, and rows of wall ports near the desks.

This has worked, but obviously means all desks need to be touching the walls otherwise you have cabling running over the carpet.

We have another office build due in October and I want to look at other options such as running cabling down poles or something.

What are you all doing in an office space without raised flooring?

3 months, 3 weeks agoCpotter07 posted comment on networking.
Aug. 13, 2019

They make a few things for this if it does look tacky to me personally if you do not do it correctly or order the correct color/design to match your office but there are things like.







these are my favorite come in tons of nice designs that look amazing in offices!


These I use the most since they are just plain white/black/brown square boxes that connect to the roof and connects directly to cubicles or the floor and run power/data/phone anything down these with lots of extra room they are simply easy to install but very plain looking.

Any ideas with lighting? The brown wall on the right is 3/4 inch drywall on top of concrete so there will be wires showing if we hang a light there. Maybe a light on ceiling? There will still be wires showing though. Might be a bit tight for floor lamps. I’m stumped please give me ideas!!! [R]

3 months, 3 weeks agofindinginsight posted submission on DesignMyRoom.
Aug. 8, 2019
3 months, 3 weeks agofindinginsight posted comment on DesignMyRoom.
Aug. 8, 2019

What's the best way to hide this wire [R]

8 months, 3 weeks agoTheWigglerSpot posted submission on HomeImprovement.
March 16, 2019

I think it looks tacky as is, looking for some ideas. Any help is appreciated.wires

4 months, 4 weeks agoTheWigglerSpot posted comment on HomeImprovement.
July 8, 2019

Low voltage contractors put conduits/sleeves in walls and run all kinds of cables through them (HDMI cables, whatever).

Not sure how what you are trying to do is different - because there is no plastic tube/sleeve involved?

From bookshelves to towers [R]

5 months, 2 weeks agoNorfolkpine posted submission on audiophile.
June 22, 2019
5 months, 1 week agoNorfolkpine posted comment on audiophile.
June 23, 2019

love all the adcom stuff. And do I see a laserdisc player?

Once you have everything settled in, check out wall cable management raceways. I have a similar arrangement to yours, and after ordering some longer hdmi calbes, used this to tidy everything up: I painted it to match my wall color, and it made everything look really nice. If I did it again though, I would order the next size up though.

275 cat 6 drops. Tested and terminated. Pre-switch installation. I have a love/hate with panduit now. Just started another building with a similar setup. It should be done in about 2 months. [R]

6 months, 2 weeks agoZachTheMack posted submission on cableporn.
May 23, 2019
6 months, 2 weeks agoZachTheMack posted comment on cableporn.
May 23, 2019

This is usually what I mean when I say panduit.

I wanted to watch movies/play games from my PC on my TV more easily. [R]

6 months, 3 weeks agoiammabanana posted submission on pcmasterrace.
May 10, 2019
6 months, 3 weeks agoiammabanana posted comment on pcmasterrace.
May 10, 2019

Use your 25' then use an in-line HDMI amp for another 25'. Then hide it all in wire mould.

I've decided to not let my room be like a mess any more. new home office, need advice on how to improve it. album in comment. [R]

8 months, 2 weeks agoam37 posted submission on malelivingspace.
March 24, 2019
8 months, 2 weeks agoam37 posted comment on malelivingspace.
March 24, 2019

Maybe flip the bag seat thing/table/Roomba so you can sit in the bag and look outside easier? Also it's probably overkill but it'd be cool if you could hide that cord going to the speaker. Putting it in the wall would be difficult but you could use one of these (don't get that specifically cause you can get it cheaper, that's just the first link I found). Nice room overall I really like the things on the wall.

Took forever to arrive but worth it 😂 [R]

8 months, 2 weeks agoeddiefraley posted submission on marvelstudios.
March 21, 2019

Probably not the most amazing setup seen on this subreddit but after a while of copying other designs I loved its stsrting to near completion. [R]

8 months, 2 weeks agoangelusreseda posted submission on battlestations.
March 19, 2019
8 months, 2 weeks agoangelusreseda posted comment on battlestations.
March 19, 2019

You need this for the cables going up from you PC, and this for the cables going to your TV. Thank me later.

What's the best way to hide this wire [R]

8 months, 3 weeks agoPruHTP posted submission on HomeImprovement.
March 16, 2019

I think it looks tacky as is, looking for some ideas. Any help is appreciated.wires

8 months, 3 weeks agoPruHTP posted comment on HomeImprovement.
March 16, 2019

Cable Concealer On-Wall Cord Cover Raceway Kit

Paint to match wall.

My son recently started standing on the end table when we play him YouTube videos and we couldn’t figure out why until now... I just caught him trying to “touch” the next video button on the screen. 🙃 [R]

8 months, 3 weeks agotherippa posted submission on daddit.
March 13, 2019
8 months, 3 weeks agotherippa posted comment on daddit.
March 14, 2019

Just finished this last night, any pieces of advice to make it even better would be great!! [R]

9 months agoDigitalTerminus posted submission on battlestations.
March 8, 2019
8 months, 4 weeks agoDigitalTerminus posted comment on battlestations.
March 9, 2019

This, Cable Concealer On-Wall Cord Cover Raceway Kit - Cable Management System to Hide Cables, Cords, or Wires - Cord Organizer for TVs and Computers at Home or in The Office

Use it one the Nanaoleaf cable having down the wall and your good to go my man.

My living room [R]

11 months agobecoolbasf posted submission on supremeclothing.
Jan. 6, 2019
11 months agobecoolbasf posted comment on supremeclothing.
Jan. 6, 2019

I use these for my set up: Cable Concealer On-Wall Cord Cover Raceway Kit - Cable Management System to Hide Cables, Cords, or Wires - Cord Organizer for TVs and Computers at Home or in The Office

here’s a pic of my living room:

Cable box in attic. Yay or nay? [R]

11 months, 3 weeks agofxelite posted submission on HomeImprovement.
Dec. 13, 2018

Hello, HomeImprovement!

So, I already mounted our television in our living room, free of unsightly wires via going through the drywall behind the television and snaking cables, creating a power outlet, etc. We've been running the television off WiFi for a while now.

I've been thinking about whether to throw our cable box (Verizon) into the attic above the ceiling in our living room, but I'm not sure if the box can withstand the temps during the winter and summer. I'm mainly concerned about the summer temps as I know electronics heat up and the winter is 'most likely' fine.

I'm also not sure if the remote will even work through the ceiling layers of drywall and wooden joists. I imagine it would be ok.

Any thoughts on this?

11 months, 3 weeks agofxelite posted comment on HomeImprovement.
Dec. 13, 2018

If it blows just go up there and grab it and hook it up by the tv for the cable guy to check/replace. Take the new box back up there when you get a new one.

Seems like a lot of work to me but the cable company will never know how or why it died.

Personally I would just get a small table to put under the tv and run the one hdmi up to it and cover it with one of these.

Cable Concealer On-Wall Cord Cover Raceway Kit - Cable Management System to Hide Cables, Cords, or Wires - Cord Organizer for TVs and Computers at Home or in The Office

For the ladies who dont have instagram worthy nurseries- this was what we had going at 39 weeks pregnant. 😂 [R]

11 months, 3 weeks agojenn10371 posted submission on BabyBumps.
Dec. 11, 2018
11 months, 3 weeks agojenn10371 posted comment on BabyBumps.
Dec. 12, 2018

I have the same issue with the monitor. I plan to mount high on the wall, plug behind a piece of furniture ( we have an ikea shelf turned on its side with soft storage bins for clothes storage- secured to the wall) and I will get one of these to cover the wiring.

If the furniture idea doesn't work, I had thought about having an electrician come in and run a outlet high up on the wall.

Anyone ever try painting white Gorilla Tape? [R]

1 year agonemesisinphilly posted submission on HomeImprovement.
Nov. 21, 2018

Is it possible? Tape would be used in an interior location and wouldn't ever be exposed to any movement.

1 year agonemesisinphilly posted comment on HomeImprovement.
Nov. 21, 2018

I have a cable in a concealer strip something like this running along quarter round molding on an offwhite wall. The tape would blend the concealer strip and the quarter round covering up any gaps. I then want to paint the white tape the same off-white color as wall making everything blend together.

Cat5/Cat5e/Cat6/Cat6a/Cat7? [R]

1 year, 1 month agoseevee_kuku posted submission on HomeNetworking.
Oct. 27, 2018

My dog just broke my old cat5e cable and was looking to upgrade. I see that cat7 cables are pretty cheap on Amazon and you can get them braided and flat, that might make it last a little longer for me.

My question is would Cat7 work in older devices from around 7 years ago? I plan to use it on my old PC. It will be running from my router to my old PC about 30ft away. I'm in the process of building a new PC, but just want to make sure it will actually work on my old PC in the mean time

1 year, 1 month agoseevee_kuku posted comment on HomeNetworking.
Oct. 28, 2018

You're going to have a hard time finding a dog-proof cable. If you want to deal with the problem at hand, you might want to look at something like this in addition to whatever cable you go with.

New House, New Desk - What do you think? [R]

1 year, 1 month agoSirLaTable posted submission on battlestations.
Oct. 27, 2018
1 year, 1 month agoSirLaTable posted comment on battlestations.
Oct. 27, 2018

Something like this would definitely do the trick:

Weekend Update: Pete Davidson on Kanye West - SNL [R]

1 year, 1 month agoSmartToes posted submission on television.
Oct. 7, 2018

What should I do with this space? [R]

1 year, 2 months agohippopotadile posted submission on malelivingspace.
Sept. 30, 2018
1 year, 2 months agohippopotadile posted comment on malelivingspace.
Sept. 30, 2018

Ideally? Conduit in the walls.

Worst case? Something like this.

Let's see your over-the-top cable management set ups. [R]

1 year, 2 months agoLigerRider posted submission on audiophile.
Sept. 11, 2018

There's no shortage of "I couldn't give a crap" rats nests to be seen in this sub. But what about the opposite...the most uber, nerdtastic, OCD shrines to managing that spaghetti of rca's, XLRs, Toslink, coax, power cables and cords?

1 year, 2 months agoLigerRider posted comment on audiophile.
Sept. 11, 2018

Alright then, here's mine in all its humble glory. Cables from tv, cd/dvd, and turntable are concealed within white snap-together cable/cord concealer (no power cords) along the baseboard. Otherwise everything is organized and secured with Velcro tie/straps behind the media console, and with the audio rack. The power cords are sorted, bound, and routed along the side of the rack to keep them separated from the low voltage cabling, which is routed through the holes in the center-back of the rack shelves, likewise Velcro tied, and wrapped with velcro/neoprene wrapper. It's not as end-game cable management as I'd like, but I'm still searching for that prefec solution.

Wire management [R]

1 year, 3 months agognarw0lff posted submission on malelivingspace.
Aug. 5, 2018

Any and all ideas for floor/Wall/ceiling(?) wiring ideas (drilling/not).

1 year, 3 months agognarw0lff posted comment on malelivingspace.
Aug. 6, 2018

Personally don't use it, but have thought about it. These are mainly for walls I'd say but can be used for anything with a flat surface.

My new bedroom space [R]

1 year, 4 months agoCurryKake posted submission on malelivingspace.
Aug. 5, 2018
1 year, 3 months agoCurryKake posted comment on malelivingspace.
Aug. 6, 2018

Here's my recommendation:

You basically stick it to the wall and hide it behind them

How to Hide these Wires in the Living Room? [R]

1 year, 4 months agojust-another-post posted submission on InteriorDesign.
July 16, 2018
1 year, 4 months agojust-another-post posted comment on InteriorDesign.
July 16, 2018

I want to add that OP can also use cable raceways to hide the cords. With the mismatched plugs and high-vis location of that outlet, running a raceway to the far left wall would be a good, clean solution.

They’re modular and stick to the wall with adhesive backing, so when you move out, you just yank them off and throw them in the trash.

How to Hide these Wires in the Living Room? [R]

1 year, 4 months agoTheDarkLight1 posted submission on InteriorDesign.
July 16, 2018
1 year, 4 months agoTheDarkLight1 posted comment on InteriorDesign.
July 16, 2018

Are you renting? Because I would pay someone to rerun the the outlets if you own the place. Or be gutsy and see if you can run a passthrough yourself. Something like this (I wouldn't get this exact one)

If not, you'll need a cable management solution. Two options: Run straight up and over the ledge or down. If you go down, run the cables to the floor and then right angel along the baseboard toward the window. At the corner, head back up over the ledge to the wall, and back toward where you have the tv.

Either way, with all the AV equipment you will have there, you might actually want a piece of furniture to hide it all. Some cabinet that is very low profile or something that can function usefully in another way. Like a bench with a hidden storage area.

Lastly, where you are putting the TV currently might not even be the best place for it to be honest -no idea, can tell from the images provided. A floor plan or other pics to show the space would help.

Old house, can't run cable, need to rely on wifi. [R]

1 year, 4 months agoRRPDX2016 posted submission on HomeNetworking.
July 10, 2018

Moving to a house build in late 1800s, chicken wire in the walls and all, two stories, about 2200sq ft.

I won't be able to run new cables at all, so I'll have to rely entirely on WiFi, some sort of mesh/wireless uplink set up. Service connection will in the basement, so I will have to rely on wireless to reach all the way to the second floor.

One option I looked at is daisy-chaining a bunch of Unifi's. I also saw that TP-Link EAP-225 outperforms Unifis but can those have the same functionality? Any other suggestions? Powerline?

edit: getting as close to gigabit as possible is a must

1 year, 4 months agoRRPDX2016 posted comment on HomeNetworking.
July 10, 2018

My first apartment - Finally done setting up my living room and loving it. [R]

1 year, 6 months agoIIBuc_NastyII posted submission on malelivingspace.
May 26, 2018
1 year, 6 months agoIIBuc_NastyII posted comment on malelivingspace.
May 27, 2018

Cable Concealer On-Wall Cord Cover Raceway Kit - Cable Management System to Hide Cables, Cords, or Wires - Cord Organizer for TVs and Computers at Home or in The Office

Worth it.

2$ Cable Management With a Glass Desk [R]

1 year, 7 months agoStephanie839 posted submission on CableManagement.
April 9, 2018


1 year, 7 months agoStephanie839 posted comment on CableManagement.
April 10, 2018

cable raceway + box would make it look neater.

Love coming home to this [R]

1 year, 8 months agoLlamasOnFire posted submission on battlestations.
April 4, 2018
1 year, 8 months agoLlamasOnFire posted comment on battlestations.
April 4, 2018

i'd route the cables in a straight line-ish pattern then get these to hide them.

Is there such thing as a soffit to fit under something like a wall-mounter sound bar to conceal wires? [R]

1 year, 8 months agochrisms150 posted submission on hometheater.
March 20, 2018

Have a clean white wall that I'm planning on projecting a picture on with a single sound bar wall-mounted at the bottom of where this screen will be. There will be several wires (2x Chromecasts, 2 usb power, 1 HDMI, 1 power) and I'm thinking it will be extremely hard to conceal that just between the speaker and wall.

Is there some sort of soffit or shroud I could put below the soundbar in order to hide the wires?

1 year, 8 months agochrisms150 posted comment on hometheater.
March 20, 2018

something like that would do it - and blend in decently to the wall (note - that shit looks over priced AF; find cheaper shit). But the only really good way to hide it would be through the wall.

Hope this subreddit can help me out. [R]

1 year, 8 months agoMarch 19, 2018


1 year, 8 months agoSaltedKittyBits posted comment on CableManagement.
March 19, 2018

Velcro strips could help a lot, otherwise maybe a cable sleeve to keep everything together? You could get a wall cable concealer too?

Advise on managing wires in my new living room [R]

1 year, 8 months agoCik22 posted submission on malelivingspace.
March 12, 2018
1 year, 8 months agoCik22 posted comment on malelivingspace.
March 12, 2018

Easy solution. They should be white to match the base boards. They have double sided tape on one side that keeps them on the wall. I’ll warn you though it is super sticky. You can also pain the tubes to match the wall color if needed.

(x-post r/techsupportgore) Unprotected network cables under a thin rug [R]

1 year, 9 months agoStephanie839 posted submission on cablegore.
March 7, 2018
1 year, 9 months agoStephanie839 posted comment on cablegore.
March 8, 2018

you'd better use something like this raceway to hidden it.

Hey PCMR! I was wondering if some of you could help me find a good solution to my cable management situation. I already am looking into a tray for under the desk but was trying to get more ideas. Any suggestion helps, thanks :) [R]

1 year, 10 months agoXayne813 posted submission on pcmasterrace.
Jan. 26, 2018
1 year, 10 months agoXayne813 posted comment on pcmasterrace.
Jan. 27, 2018

Cable raceways. They are plastic lanes with adhesive to hide cables.

Friend's vacation house. I couldn't handle it [R]

1 year, 12 months agoApoctyliptic posted submission on cableporn.
Dec. 3, 2017
1 year, 12 months agoApoctyliptic posted comment on cableporn.
Dec. 4, 2017

Probably just some sort of cord concealer that is for walls. It won't be as clean but will be much better.

Depending on the layout of the room(s) you are looking to do it in, the owner may let you do the in-wall option. People seem to be mounting TVs frequently and could it be considered a nice feature. Worst case scenario would be about $50 or less in materials to patch the holes.

Any recommendations would be appreciated [R]

2 years agoJ0hnnykarate posted submission on battlestations.
Nov. 13, 2017
2 years agoJ0hnnykarate posted comment on battlestations.
Nov. 14, 2017

if there is enough slack, try running the cable up in a single line rather than 2. The best answer would be to drill a hole and run it behind the wall but that sometimes isnt an option. Also this

Apartment comes with free cable, but the cable jack is in a stupid spot. What are my options? [R]

2 years, 1 month agoPrpleMnkyDshwsher posted submission on cordcutters.
Nov. 1, 2017

I'd have to run about 20 feet of cable to connect my television to the cable outlet because of the way my furniture is set up. I'm only pretending to know what I'm talking about, but is there any way to wirelessly connect my TV to the cable outlet?

Also, if there's a better sub to post this in, feel free to scream at me about it and/or point me in the right direction. Thank you!

2 years, 1 month agoPrpleMnkyDshwsher posted comment on cordcutters.
Nov. 2, 2017

Even better is this stuff...

Its more expensive, but looks a ton better than wire clips. If you do it right, you can make it blend in with the door trim.

College Senior Setup [R]

2 years, 2 months agoTexasForever_ posted submission on battlestations.
Sept. 28, 2017
2 years, 2 months agoTexasForever_ posted on battlestations.
Sept. 29, 2017

You should buy some cable concealers then get them painted to match your wall. Not better than hiding them in the walls obviously, but it's the best you can do for renting a place.

Best way to mount Panasonic Ar100u? [R]

2 years, 2 months agomistakenotmy posted submission on projectors.
Sept. 23, 2017

We've never had a projector before & happened across this one on the side of the road in a fancy neighborhood.

It didn't come with an A/C cord or remote, but we were able to get the cord for $6 on Amazon & it works perfectly. Currently trying to figure out how to mount it as we planned to hook it up to the Xbox one & use a blank wall in our living room as the screen. We considered a ceiling mount above the couch but it would be too much of a hassle to climb up to turn it on/off every time. Is there a universal remote we can buy for it?

Or any alternatives (a heavy duty shelf?). I considered just keeping it on a bar cart & rolling it out when we used it but my partner thinks it would be too messy w/the wires everywhere.

2 years, 2 months agomistakenotmy posted on projectors.
Sept. 24, 2017

You can run it in the wall (the HDMI anyway). Cord concealer raceway also works:

Don't run power (extension cords) in the ceiling/wall, that you want an electrician to do.

Apartment home theater set up. I still have some cable management to do [R]

2 years, 2 months agoDevon-DYG posted submission on hometheater.
Sept. 19, 2017
2 years, 2 months agoDevon-DYG posted on hometheater.
Sept. 19, 2017

You could also just run some cable hide strip like this. And if you really want to make it disappear get a paint sample from the wall to match the paint and cover the strips. It will really clean up the appearance.

Got my living room setup complete just in time for kickoff tomorrow! FOOTBALL IS BACK! [R]

2 years, 3 months agouwhuskytskeet posted submission on CFB.
Aug. 25, 2017
2 years, 3 months agouwhuskytskeet posted on CFB.
Aug. 25, 2017

A couple of weeks ago I asked for suggestions to better utilize my living room, here is the result of that! Improvement? Old living room pic in comments [R]

2 years, 3 months agoorcinovein posted submission on malelivingspace.
Aug. 17, 2017
2 years, 3 months agoorcinovein posted on malelivingspace.
Aug. 17, 2017

This is a 100% improvement OP. The chair and the bigger sofa were the perfect change. The Ikea lamp ties in with the bigger furniture and doesn't feel so big and overwhelming like it did before. Extremely well done.

Couple more suggestions, I would route the rear speaker wires behind the painting too and then down the middle. Then use a cable cover that runs from the bottom of the art down behind the couch to conceal the cords. Purchase a couple of patterned/accent pillows and throws to add some color to the room and you're money.

Can anybody recommend white cable designed to be "invisible" foe use with wall mounted tablets? [R]

2 years, 3 months agoneonturbo posted submission on smarthome.
Aug. 7, 2017


EDIT: I'm looking for something flat, possibly with a sticky backing.

2 years, 3 months agoneonturbo posted on smarthome.
Aug. 8, 2017

How about Wiremold raceway instead? They make a sticky back version and you could paint it to match. This is one example, but they make other sizes, styles, and colors.

Setting up a single SSID to cover a large old house [R]

2 years, 5 months agohockeythug posted submission on HomeNetworking.
June 18, 2017

I want to setup a single wireless SSID to cover the whole of my parent's house. I'm looking to get 3 ubiquiti APs plugged into a BT router/modem with the wireless disabled.

I would have to use powerline adapters to connect them.

Would this work?

Would I need multiple power line adapters?

What are some of the better powerline adapters?

They currently are using Devolo powerline adapters and a Devolo access point. But it is getting a bit old.

2 years, 5 months agohockeythug posted on HomeNetworking.
June 19, 2017

I was just talking about for example some raceway like this to hide the exposed areas.

LED Strip Battery? [R]

2 years, 6 months agobutt_hurt_bernie posted submission on Hue.
May 8, 2017

I have a built in that I'd love to put the LED Hue strip under. The only issue is that there is no power anywhere near this.

Because I rent I wouldn't have any way of running power, nor would I want to.

Has anyone seen any "battery packs" that I could use and hide up and under a shelf at all?


2 years, 6 months agobutt_hurt_bernie posted on Hue.
May 8, 2017

No problem. I see a lot of people using pvc because it's cheaper but there's a lot more elegant solutions out there using conduit.