Sanus PowerBridge For Wall Mounted TVs Unveiled

Posted: Sep 10 2009, 8:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 4:12pm CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

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When it comes to wall mounting a flat screen TV the tricky part is often how to run the wires from the TV to the entertainment center and how to get power to the TV. Sanus Systems has announced a new Elements PowerBridge system that is designed to make running cables for your wall mount set much easier.

The PowerBridge is an in wall power and cable management system that installs one section of the bridge low on the wall behind the entertainment center or other object and the other section of the bridge behind the TV. Once installed the cables are simply routed into one section and out another.

The only drawback to the system is that it is expensive at $119.99 for two single gang junction boxes. The kit also includes a 6-foot power wire. You could do the same thing by simply cutting two holes in your wall, but it wouldn't be a sexy looking.

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