• iMBAPrice LV1-2PK  Single Gang (1-Gang) Low Voltage Mounting Bracket - Black (Pack of 2)
  • iMBAPrice LV1-2PK  Single Gang (1-Gang) Low Voltage Mounting Bracket - Black (Pack of 2)
  • iMBAPrice LV1-2PK  Single Gang (1-Gang) Low Voltage Mounting Bracket - Black (Pack of 2)
  • iMBAPrice LV1-2PK  Single Gang (1-Gang) Low Voltage Mounting Bracket - Black (Pack of 2)
iMBAPrice LV1-2PK  Single Gang (1-Gang) Low Voltage Mounting Bracket - Black (Pack of 2)
iMBAPrice LV1-2PK  Single Gang (1-Gang) Low Voltage Mounting Bracket - Black (Pack of 2)
iMBAPrice LV1-2PK  Single Gang (1-Gang) Low Voltage Mounting Bracket - Black (Pack of 2)
iMBAPrice LV1-2PK  Single Gang (1-Gang) Low Voltage Mounting Bracket - Black (Pack of 2)

iMBAPrice LV1-2PK Single Gang (1-Gang) Low Voltage Mounting Bracket - Black (Pack of 2)

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  • Single gang (1-gang) Low Voltage Mounting Bracket - black (pack of 2)
  • Adjusts to fit 1/4-inch to 1-inch thick wall board, paneling or drywall
  • Horizontal or vertical mounting
  • Designed to mount wall plates flush

Customer Reviews

Made my wall mounted monitor look great!! I used this to run my power & hdmi cable on my 40" Sony television. The two pack is great, because you need one for the one-gang cover for both the hole/entry point behind the television where you start to run your cable and for the bottom behind your entertainment center where the cords come out.Not a whole to say about the review for these. They worked well, i wish there was a template in the pack so you could trace using that as I found myself cutting out the dry wall multiple times while using this for tracing because I did not want to make the whole too big.Other than that this was a breeze to install and makes wall mounting a TV easy with the 1-gang covers on amazon. It definitely makes a difference when you don't have all the wires hanging down. I would recommend this product. 4Great Product - Easy to Install 2 1/8" x 3 5/8" hole is what you need to cut into the drywall for this to fit perfectly. Then just tighten the screws to pull the locks against the back of the drywall. You do need to first make sure there is not a stud crossing the path. If you don't have a stud finder search YouTube for "Super Easy Wall Stud & Ceiling Joist Finding Trick". 5Much better than using a full box! Needed to run a new line for cable and ethernet to my finished basement, and I had the benefit of the other side of the wall being a utility closet (living area -> closet -> crawlspace). This was a much better alternative than finding a stud and mounting a full box to it. Installation was simple - I merely traced the inside of the bracket, and cut slightly outside that trace (1/8" or so) with a utility knife (in case there were stray wires around inside the wall). Popped out the section of drywall, put this in, and screwed in the mount. I had to shave a few areas to get it to fit well, but by cutting slightly outside the traced lines it helps.Drilled holes for the cable and ethernet on the other side of the wall and I was in business! Took about 5 minutes of work total and it looks much nicer than other solutions I've seen. 5This is perfect for use on dry-wall It is simple to use and works as advertised. This is perfect for use on dry-wall. It is NOT intended for electrical outlets. My use was to install ethernet jacks for thru-wall use and did not want to bother with locating a stud and putting in a proper gangbox. My local hardware store did not have this product, but a version of it that was made of tin with a pair of 'leafs' that you would bend inward to hold the product in place. Far inferior to this. I purchased extra to have "in stock" after my original purchase. These lock tight and the cover plates fit perfectly. 5A timesaver. These gizmos are pretty slick. They are designed to install a wall socket (or a switch), on a typical "drywall" wall. All you need to do is: Route the proper electrical cable/wires to the area where your switch or outlet will be installed. Use this gizmo as a template to draw a rectangle on the wall. Use a drywall saw to cut-out the rectangle. Insert this gizmo into the rectangular hole (after you do some trimming to the hole), and then tighten the screws until the "wings" grab the backside of the wall. Do not over-tighten because the plastic wings might break. Connect your new (or old), wires to your new outlet (or new switch). Then screw the outlet (or switch) on to this gizmo. Then install the plastic plate over the outlet. Note: You do NOT need to screw or nail this thing to a 2 by 4 stud. You can install it anywhere you want....as long as there is no stud in the way and as long as it meets electrical codes. Always follow proper electrical standards. Make sure that you connect the wires to the proper screws! If you don't know how to do this, I suggest you get a pro to help you. 5As advertised and great price. Product is straight forward/simple and not much to it for an extensive review. Parts are as sturdy and similar to what you would expect from a brick and mortar store (actually cheaper after comparison shopping). I bought this since it came with two pieces at a very good price and used it to add post-construction cable and ethernet access after feeding the wiring through a wall in my home. Has a low profile thickness, fit perfectly and fastened well/tight to the wall. You can fit it close/immediately adjacent to a 2x4, which is what I did, as the tightening clamp apparatus in the back of it does encroach onto the sides (just downward and upward - if a 2x4 is above/below the area of placement this "could" be a problem with some slight clearance issues but nothing major). No complaints and would buy again without hesitation. 5Worked like a charm for me Worked like a charm for me, installed 3 of them, 2 in an outer-wall and 1 on an inner wall. Be very careful when cutting the hole though anywhere near electrical outlets! I didn't end up having any wires near where I cut holes luckily, they all went up into the attic along a stud but I recommend still flipping off breakers for outlets around where you are going to cut the hole and if possible, using electrical detectors (some studfinders have them and you can buy them individually) to make sure there are no live wires underneath where you are cutting.They say to use a sheetrock saw but I found a utility knife to be cleaner and safer. It doesn't penetrate as deep so if there was electrical behind the hole, you almost couldn't pierce it. By pushing the knife in section by section instead of sawing, it left a nice neat line without a lot of mess, though it does take longer. Wear eye protection and gloves either way. 5Flimsy and poorly designed This product is made of thin, flimsy, cheap plastic, and is poorly designed by having tabs that are too small, and the insertion shell crowding the box. These "outlet extenders" only have a chance of working if everything else about the switch/receptacle box is pretty much perfect.If the switch/receptacle box is UNEVENLY set back from flush with the wall (i.e., crooked)......THESE WILL NOT WORK.If the switch/receptacle box is CROWDED with too much wiring and/or a large specialty switch......THESE WILL NOT WORK.If the hole around the switch/receptacle box is cut a bit wider and/or taller than the too-narrow side tabs or upper and lower tabs......THESE WILL NOT WORK.If the switch(es) or receptacle(s) are difficult to orient parallel to the wall in the X and/or Y dimension......THESE WILL NOT WORK.And when you return these items for a refund, they will advise you to "Google examples of this product working without issue," as if that should somehow make a difference to you when you've spent more than 50 bucks and they don't work for your particular situation. 1Does the job These do exactly what you'd expect them to do, and are easy to install when all you need is a plate for low voltage wiring. I use these for coax cable as well as CAT6 wiring outlets. These aren't as durable as I would have expected, and one of them cracked when I screwed it in. I might have used more force than needed, but with traditional single gang boxes, I'd strip the threads long before I'd be able to get the material to crack, which probably wouldn't happen at all. Since there isn't much stress placed on the types of jacks used for network cables, I left the one in place despite the crack.I'm ambivalent when it comes to how many stars to give. While I might be partly responsible for the cracking, I really did expect it to be made better, and to hold up to a bit more torque than was absolutely necessary. Still, if you are careful and there's nothing behind the wall that puts anything at an angle, making it necessary to screw more to get it seated, it will work. 4One installed so far and it works great, even though the owner put the hole right ... Just bought a new house and had to install a few of these in place of the literal holes the last owner put in the walls. One installed so far and it works great, even though the owner put the hole right next to a wood stud.To note, I made the hole a little small and slowly increased the size due to some people's complaints about the hole being too big. Maybe a technique to try. Good solid fit and working well. 5
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  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
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  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
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Description
  • Single gang (1-gang) Low Voltage Mounting Bracket - black (pack of 2)
  • Adjusts to fit 1/4-inch to 1-inch thick wall board, paneling or drywall
  • Horizontal or vertical mounting
  • Designed to mount wall plates flush
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Made my wall mounted monitor look great!! I used this to run my power & hdmi cable on my 40" Sony television. The two pack is great, because you need one for the one-gang cover for both the hole/entry point behind the television where you start to run your cable and for the bottom behind your entertainment center where the cords come out.Not a whole to say about the review for these. They worked well, i wish there was a template in the pack so you could trace using that as I found myself cutting out the dry wall multiple times while using this for tracing because I did not want to make the whole too big.Other than that this was a breeze to install and makes wall mounting a TV easy with the 1-gang covers on amazon. It definitely makes a difference when you don't have all the wires hanging down. I would recommend this product. 4Great Product - Easy to Install 2 1/8" x 3 5/8" hole is what you need to cut into the drywall for this to fit perfectly. Then just tighten the screws to pull the locks against the back of the drywall. You do need to first make sure there is not a stud crossing the path. If you don't have a stud finder search YouTube for "Super Easy Wall Stud & Ceiling Joist Finding Trick". 5Much better than using a full box! Needed to run a new line for cable and ethernet to my finished basement, and I had the benefit of the other side of the wall being a utility closet (living area -> closet -> crawlspace). This was a much better alternative than finding a stud and mounting a full box to it. Installation was simple - I merely traced the inside of the bracket, and cut slightly outside that trace (1/8" or so) with a utility knife (in case there were stray wires around inside the wall). Popped out the section of drywall, put this in, and screwed in the mount. I had to shave a few areas to get it to fit well, but by cutting slightly outside the traced lines it helps.Drilled holes for the cable and ethernet on the other side of the wall and I was in business! Took about 5 minutes of work total and it looks much nicer than other solutions I've seen. 5This is perfect for use on dry-wall It is simple to use and works as advertised. This is perfect for use on dry-wall. It is NOT intended for electrical outlets. My use was to install ethernet jacks for thru-wall use and did not want to bother with locating a stud and putting in a proper gangbox. My local hardware store did not have this product, but a version of it that was made of tin with a pair of 'leafs' that you would bend inward to hold the product in place. Far inferior to this. I purchased extra to have "in stock" after my original purchase. These lock tight and the cover plates fit perfectly. 5A timesaver. These gizmos are pretty slick. They are designed to install a wall socket (or a switch), on a typical "drywall" wall. All you need to do is: Route the proper electrical cable/wires to the area where your switch or outlet will be installed. Use this gizmo as a template to draw a rectangle on the wall. Use a drywall saw to cut-out the rectangle. Insert this gizmo into the rectangular hole (after you do some trimming to the hole), and then tighten the screws until the "wings" grab the backside of the wall. Do not over-tighten because the plastic wings might break. Connect your new (or old), wires to your new outlet (or new switch). Then screw the outlet (or switch) on to this gizmo. Then install the plastic plate over the outlet. Note: You do NOT need to screw or nail this thing to a 2 by 4 stud. You can install it anywhere you want....as long as there is no stud in the way and as long as it meets electrical codes. Always follow proper electrical standards. Make sure that you connect the wires to the proper screws! If you don't know how to do this, I suggest you get a pro to help you. 5As advertised and great price. Product is straight forward/simple and not much to it for an extensive review. Parts are as sturdy and similar to what you would expect from a brick and mortar store (actually cheaper after comparison shopping). I bought this since it came with two pieces at a very good price and used it to add post-construction cable and ethernet access after feeding the wiring through a wall in my home. Has a low profile thickness, fit perfectly and fastened well/tight to the wall. You can fit it close/immediately adjacent to a 2x4, which is what I did, as the tightening clamp apparatus in the back of it does encroach onto the sides (just downward and upward - if a 2x4 is above/below the area of placement this "could" be a problem with some slight clearance issues but nothing major). No complaints and would buy again without hesitation. 5Worked like a charm for me Worked like a charm for me, installed 3 of them, 2 in an outer-wall and 1 on an inner wall. Be very careful when cutting the hole though anywhere near electrical outlets! I didn't end up having any wires near where I cut holes luckily, they all went up into the attic along a stud but I recommend still flipping off breakers for outlets around where you are going to cut the hole and if possible, using electrical detectors (some studfinders have them and you can buy them individually) to make sure there are no live wires underneath where you are cutting.They say to use a sheetrock saw but I found a utility knife to be cleaner and safer. It doesn't penetrate as deep so if there was electrical behind the hole, you almost couldn't pierce it. By pushing the knife in section by section instead of sawing, it left a nice neat line without a lot of mess, though it does take longer. Wear eye protection and gloves either way. 5Flimsy and poorly designed This product is made of thin, flimsy, cheap plastic, and is poorly designed by having tabs that are too small, and the insertion shell crowding the box. These "outlet extenders" only have a chance of working if everything else about the switch/receptacle box is pretty much perfect.If the switch/receptacle box is UNEVENLY set back from flush with the wall (i.e., crooked)......THESE WILL NOT WORK.If the switch/receptacle box is CROWDED with too much wiring and/or a large specialty switch......THESE WILL NOT WORK.If the hole around the switch/receptacle box is cut a bit wider and/or taller than the too-narrow side tabs or upper and lower tabs......THESE WILL NOT WORK.If the switch(es) or receptacle(s) are difficult to orient parallel to the wall in the X and/or Y dimension......THESE WILL NOT WORK.And when you return these items for a refund, they will advise you to "Google examples of this product working without issue," as if that should somehow make a difference to you when you've spent more than 50 bucks and they don't work for your particular situation. 1Does the job These do exactly what you'd expect them to do, and are easy to install when all you need is a plate for low voltage wiring. I use these for coax cable as well as CAT6 wiring outlets. These aren't as durable as I would have expected, and one of them cracked when I screwed it in. I might have used more force than needed, but with traditional single gang boxes, I'd strip the threads long before I'd be able to get the material to crack, which probably wouldn't happen at all. Since there isn't much stress placed on the types of jacks used for network cables, I left the one in place despite the crack.I'm ambivalent when it comes to how many stars to give. While I might be partly responsible for the cracking, I really did expect it to be made better, and to hold up to a bit more torque than was absolutely necessary. Still, if you are careful and there's nothing behind the wall that puts anything at an angle, making it necessary to screw more to get it seated, it will work. 4One installed so far and it works great, even though the owner put the hole right ... Just bought a new house and had to install a few of these in place of the literal holes the last owner put in the walls. One installed so far and it works great, even though the owner put the hole right next to a wood stud.To note, I made the hole a little small and slowly increased the size due to some people's complaints about the hole being too big. Maybe a technique to try. Good solid fit and working well. 5
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  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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Shipment tracking ID will be provided after your product(s) is dispatched. The delivery date stated is indicative and subject to availability, payment authorization, verification, and processing. In case your product(s) is not delivered due to an incorrect or invalid address, we will not be able to process any claims. However, we will notify you if it is returned to us.

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