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Wallmount TV with 6 devices

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bsobaid

I recently walmounted TV.My TV and phone works with internet. So I have additional 6 devices including a phone, all are the size of a modem or a router plus 2 power bars.The walmount stand has a TV shelves attached to them. I have placed all my devices on the shelf but all the wires and devices look really ugly.All these 6 devices are connected with each other with ethernet wires as well.I cant put all devices in a shelf on ground. Is there a way I can hide them behind TV?Luckily all of these devices have little holes behind for wall hanging, but 6 devices + 2 power bards mean atleast 16 holes on the wall which I dont really want either.Any solutions please??

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bsobaid

These consoles look really nice but the problem is, I dont want to put anything on the floor.  thanks Persaud.

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spersaud

Always the trouble with electronics!

Perhaps you could store all the devices in a console that has an open-work design or glass on the front cabinet doors? That way you can still use your remotes without a problem, and the devices will be somewhat disguised. You could then leave the TV shelf empty (depends on how it's designed — do you have photos?) or remove if possible.

Then the wires would probably get hidden in the armoire or cabinet, and there could be a hole in the back to let the main power cords reach the plugs.

Some cool consoles:

http://www.potterybarn.com/products/holstead-shutter-tv-media-large-cons...

http://www.crateandbarrel.com/furniture/media-stands-consoles/faulkner-4...

http://www.cb2.com/storage/furniture/grid-media-console/f6746

Cord clips/organizers can also help. E.g. http://www.containerstore.com/shop?N=&Ntt=cords&rpp=10000

How does everyone else deal with this?

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