This page shows an example of hiding the cables in the wall for a TV installation. The TV is a 50” LG Smart TV, hanging on an Omnimount Play 40 Black TV Bracket from the USA. The bracket which features a gas strut, allows easy movement of the TV in any direction. The wall plate used in this example is a Nexxia NX-WP-157, unique in that it includes power and HDMI within the same wall plate. HDMI Cables used are the Konig NX-HDMI-742K cables.
This page gives installation advice about installation of Speaker spikes with Anchor Nut
As an expansion to our range, we have now introduced a Black Nickel version of the NX-HWP-139FL flush finish media wall plate. Previously available as polished chrome, Brushed Chrome and Satin Black, we have now completed the range of finishes with this Black Nickel version. The wall plate features Double Gang power sockets, Quick connect VGA, Quick connect HDMI, 3.5mm Audio, and USB data point. Now in stock.
The majority of our wall plates with VGA connections are Quick connect.
|Scart Connector Pin out|
|This page provide information for wiring Scart cable to connector NX-WP-020.Please note that the cables do no run from pin to pin, but some switch over from one end to the other.
Treat the Screen End column as the wall plate to be mounted adjacent to the TV or Screen which will be connected.
Treat the Source Equipment end as the wall plate to be mounted adjacent to the equipment you are using to feed the screen.
Each line represent a single cable, so pin 1 Audio right in should be connected to pin 2 Audio right out at the other end.
|Scart Cable between Source Equipment and Screen|
|Screen End||Source Equipment|
|Audio Right Out||1||2||Audio Right In|
|Audio Right In||2||1||Audio Right Out|
|Audio Left Out||3||6||Audio Left In|
|Audio Left In||6||3||Audio Left Out|
|Audio Ground||4||4||Audio Ground|
|Red Ground||13||13||Red Ground|
|Green Ground||9||9||Green Ground|
|Blue Ground||5||5||Blue Ground|
|Status / 16:9||8||8||Status / 16:9|
|Fast Blanking Ground||14||14||Fast Blanking Ground|
|Fast Blanking||16||16||Fast Blanking|
|Video Out Ground||17||18||Video In Ground|
|Video In Ground||18||17||Video Out Ground|
|Video Out||19||20||Video In|
|Video In||20||19||Video Out|
Most of our speaker wall plates are now screw terminal and these connections is covered under a different page. Some installer still prefer to install Solder Type Speaker wall plates which are generally those parts we sell without “STR” or “BSTR” on the end of the part code.