How To: Hide Your Rear Speaker Wires

How To: Hide Your Rear Speaker Wires

Anthony Nguyen
Jun 5, 2009

We've gone over how to make your own speaker wires before, but how does one effectively hide them from prying eyes once all the surround speakers are in place? We've got your answers waiting for you, after the jump.

If you don't mind exposed molding for a slightly cleaner look, check out Wiremold Surface Raceways. We've found the install process one of the easiest out there, but if you're looking for an even more stealthy look...

Given you're owning and not renting, you can also check out Advance Wire Solutions Adhesive Backed Tape Wire. The process is quite similar to the Wiremold option, but requires some extra skills with the spackler and painting if you really want that professional, clean look.

You can check out even more options over at Electronic House. They've done a nice roundup of products that can help conceal your surround-sound speaker wiring if you can't go behind walls, under floors or above ceilings.

(Image: Look! Concealing Speaker Wires With Wood)

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