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You can use any type of gang box for your audio and video jacks However, consider buying low-voltage gang boxes, instead of high-voltage gang boxes Where the high-voltage variety are usually colored blue and have a solid back, low-voltage gang boxes are a different color like orange and have no back This is helpful, first, in the pulling of cabling you don t have to try and thread your cables through a knockout Second, it tells people looking at the box (like a building inspector, for instance) that the wiring routed to that gang box is low voltage in nature
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You can mount your gang boxes at any level you want, but a standard height for electrical outlets is the length of a hammer handle, as shown in Figure 13-10 If you re mounting audio and video terminals near the floor, keeping them at a hammer s height is a good way to keep everything symmetrical
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Using a hammer handle to measure the height of a lowvoltage gang box keeps all your outlets symmetrical
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6 Feed the speaker cable through a knockout hole or back of the gang box 7 Using wire strippers, strip both ends of the cable about three inches, then strip the individual wires back a third of an inch 8 Connect the end of the speaker cable to the jack you ll be using (either the banana or RCA type) This is shown in Figure 13-11
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Connecting speaker wire to the jack
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You need not worry about filling your room up with all sorts of jacks, each serving a different purpose Several companies like Leviton, for example sell kits that allow you to mix and match different jacks that will be used in a gang box For instance, in Figure 13-12 we have a unit that allows three different types of jacks The uppermost jack is a coax cable jack, while the lowermost jack is an RCA jack that we ll use for a subwoofer In the middle, we re going to place a telephone jack for the satellite decoder s use These units allow you a great level of customization when setting up your whole-house A/V system
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Figure 13-12
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9 Attach the terminal to the wall and screw on a face plate 10 At the A/V cabinet, connect the wires to the appropriate outputs on your amplifier It might be necessary to attach RCA or banana connectors to the wires, depending on the type of amplifier you ve purchased
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Pulling coaxial cable should follow, quite similarly, the steps we followed when installing the security cabling There are some unique steps for this particular project, however To connect your coaxial cable infrastructure, follow these steps:
1 Measure the distance from your A/V cabinet to the termination site in each room Add a few extra feet to the cabling to account for obstacles you might encounter 2 Run the cable to its destination through walls, ceilings, and so forth Be sure to try not to run these low-voltage wires along runs with highvoltage electrical wires where possible This will reduce the chance of generating a hum on your line 3 If mounting the gang box to a wall that s already been finished, locate where you want the terminal to be located and use the back of a lowvoltage gang box as a template Trace around the low-voltage gang box
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with a pencil It s best if this location is next to a wall stud so the gang box can be securely mounted
4 Using a Rotozip tool, cut out the area you just marked 5 If you are terminating your audio inputs to an area that hasn t been finished, simply locate the low-voltage gang box where you want it to be placed and nail it to a wall stud 6 Feed the coaxial cable through a knockout hole or the open back of the gang box 7 Using a coaxial cable stripper, strip both ends of the cable 8 Place an F connector on the stripped end of the cable by the A/V cabinet; then, using a crimp tool, crimp the connector to the cabling 9 Connect the end of the coaxial cable to the wall-mounted F-connector, as shown in Figure 13-13
Figure 13-13
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