Look! Concealing Speaker Wires With Wood

Look! Concealing Speaker Wires With Wood

Anthony Nguyen
Mar 2, 2009

We're sure anyone who's set up their own surround speaker system will agree that rear speaker wires are the main culprit of ugliness in a would-be immaculate home theater system. Fear not! Here's a quick and easy way to hide those rear speaker wires that you may not have thought of - wooden strips!

You can grab a bunch of these little guys at your local art store, many of which already have a tiny indentation that you can shove your wires in. If they just have the standard wood strips with no indentation, find a lumber yard and ask them nicely if they can carve a thin indent in for you.

With those messy wires controlled, you can now kick back and enjoy your surround sound without the worries of ever having to deal with those unsightly wires ever again.

If you want a closer look at Solxe's lovely media room setup, feel free to stop by his gallery over here.

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