We are building a new home currently and we're approaching the stage where wiring can be installed. I want to prewire for home theatre but I need some advice.
I will be pre wiring for wall mounted satellite-type speakers, however I'm struggling with what to do with brackets. To do it 'properly' it looks like I will need to terminate the speaker cable to connectors mounted on a face-plate, then install speaker brackets next to the faceplate and run a small length of wire between them. This sounds kind of ugly, so I'm searching for a better way.
I have found these brackets in the US that are a kind of two-in-one solution where the brackets screw directly into the gang box and the wire just feeds out through a hole in its own faceplate, but I cannot find anything like that in NZ.
What do people normally do? Open to suggestions - thanks!