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Revision 24 . . (edit) December 26, 2011 12:17 pm by Mike
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Revision 22 . . March 26, 2005 11:49 am by Mike
  

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Along the right side wall, I fished the speaker cable up to a hole on the wall where the left side surround goes and this speaker cable joined the three others and the CATV cable, heading toward the front of the room. Though I think the WireTracks channel could maybe hold a bit more, this seemed to be the maximum practical amount of cable, since the cable clips provided with the WireTracks were a bit trick to get into place a number of times (they kept wanting to snap back out).
Along the right side wall, I fished the speaker cable up to a hole on the wall where the left side surround goes and this speaker cable joined the three others and the CATV cable, heading toward the front of the room. Though I think the WireTracks channel could maybe hold a bit more, this seemed to be the maximum practical amount of cable, since the cable clips provided with the WireTracks were a bit tricky to get into place a number of times (they kept wanting to snap back out).

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