Large equipment racks will always have a place in a smart, high-tech home, but with the growing popularity of streaming devices and the ever dwindling size of A/V components, homeowners need a way to store their A/V components locally.
“A growing number of people are opting to locate their A/V equipment in smaller, local pods around the house rather than in one central rack,” says Middle Atlantic marketing manager Rebeca Villareale. “They are looking to integrate components into traditional furniture and smaller racks.”
Mid-Atlantic has capitalized on this trend by developing a unique storage system that tucks small-size components behind a flat-panel TV.
Introduced at the CEDIA Expo, 2016, recently in Dallas, the company’s new Proximity Series In-Wall Box and Mounting Plates have been engineered to optimize the space behind a display and accommodate small devices, such as Apple TV and Roku boxes, as well as power solutions and cables.
Designed to recess flush with the wall, the Proximity Series In-Wall Box comes in two sizes to accommodate different behind-the-TV storage needs. The smaller option ships with one 4-inch mounting plate; the large comes with two 4-inch mounting plates.
The mounting plates feature Middle-Atlantic’s tool-less Lever Lock technology. As an option or complement to the In-Wall Box, Mid-Atlantic also introduces a Proximity Mounting Plate that attaches directly to the back of a display for additional localized small device mounting support.
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