Are you looking to go for the wall mount for your flat-screen television? Well, then you will have to deal with all those ugly-looking cables. You don’t want them to be on display along with your marvelous-looking TV as a distraction.
To make your entire setup look clean and prevent any of those distracting cables, PowerBridge brings you various options. In addition, PowerBridge makes handling those cords easy.
The company entered into the business in 2006. It has evolved with the technology to provide you with some easiest installation options you can manage on your own with little DIY knowledge.
But what options does PowerBridge have to offer? In this review guide, we will shine some light on all of them, so keep reading.
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The One-CK PowerBridge in-wall cable management system comes with PowerConnect for your flat screen digital TVs. There are two different power options available in this model. You can either go for a dual power or single power. You can also go for expert installation and do the installation yourself if you have some DIY experience with electronics.
This setup is ideal for 120 inches, while the minimal compatible size is 13 inches. With the dual power setup option, you can install two televisions, and the single setup option allows single mounting.
You won’t have to deal with cables hanging out of the wall between the floor and the televisions. There are power connectors in this setup that feature snap-on connectivity, so you will not need any electricians to do the job for you.
With this system, you can conveniently hide all of those low-voltage wires and cables that are routed behind your TV for a clean appearance. In addition, this package includes an in-wall cable and a 6 feet long power cord which are both electricity code compliant.
But this setup does not include any of those HDMI cables and any other low voltage visual and audio cables. Instead, the wall plates are fully recessed and are hidden behind your flare screen television. These plates can work with the thinnest television mounts and the slimmest televisions on the market.
It’s a top-quality cable management system that is very simple when it comes to installation. Your setup comes with all the instructions you need for the installation process, so you can covalently handle the entire process independently without any external help.
The primary difference between the One-CK and the Two-CK is that this setup comes with dual power mode where you can connect two televisions sets with it. Remember we talked about the dual and single-mode power options in the previous review? The dual power setup is the Two-CK by PowerBridge.
This In-Wall cable management system does come with PowerConnect, just like the One-CK, and it works with all wall-mounts for LEDs, LCDs, and Plasma televisions. Again you will have the option to choose to go for expert installation, or you can manage the entire installation process on your own.
It is compatible with all 120-inch televisions models, and the minimum compatibility is for the 13-inch models. The setup includes two different power outlets, and you can either go for two TVs or just one. It also means you can use one outlet for your TV and the other for your other audio or visual accessories like your soundbar.
So, with this setup, you have more freedom of connectivity with your television. You won’t have to deal with any of those messy wires running down from your television to the floor. This setup also comes with snap-on power connectors. It means you can manage the entire installation process completely on your own.
If you don’t have any DIY experience, you can go for the electrician, but your setup comes with instructions. You have to go through them step-by-step and complete the setup without needing any external assistance.
With this setup, you can go for different wall mounts and hide those blae behind your TV for that awe-inspiring clean look. The package you will receive includes an in-wall PowerConnect cable and a 6 feet long power cord that is electricity code compliant.
The OnePro6 is a single outlet setup for all wall-mounted flat-screen televisions, including LCDs, LEDs, and plasma televisions. There are various options available in this setup, and you can also add HDMI cables and choose to go for a dual power cable management system. Weill will talk about that in just a bit.
Again you have the option to go for professional installation if you want. But if you have some DIY experience in this regard, you can do the installation independently by following the installation instructions step-by-step. Your purchase of this setup comes with the installation guide as well.
This OnePro6 comes with an extension mounting type and is different from the wall mount type. This step includes a 6 feet long Romex cable and the power cord, which are electricity code compliant.
The setup doesn’t include any audio and visual cables and accessories. It doesn’t come with PowerConnect either, which is the cable found in the One-CK and Two-CK cable management setups that we have reviewed earlier. It means you will have to manage the installation within your wall mount and have room for the cables within it.
If you are not looking to go for that PowerConnect cable, this is the cable management setup that you need to go for. You won’t have to deal with any messy wires or cables as they will be directly going from the wall mount into your TV right behind it.
The primary difference between the OnePro6 and the One-CK is that the latter comes pre-wired, and you will only have to connect the connectors. With the OnePro6, you will have to click the wire that comes with your setup and wire it to your receptacle. It’s a pretty straightforward process because everything is marked.
The Dual TwoPro6 cable management system work with dual power outlets. It is going to work with all kinds of LEDs, LCDs, and plasma televisions. In addition, this kit features two power outlets that you can use to connect the other two TVs or connect a TV with an audio or visual accessory like your soundbar.
The package includes a 6 feet long in-wall Romex cable along with a power cord. Both these wires are code compliant plus. There are a couple of mounting tables included as well. You won’t get any separate PowerConnect cables here and any audio or visual cables of low voltage.
You will have to connect the wires with the connectors to make the setup hide them behind your television set. With this setup, you will get that clean look and get rid of any bad-looking wires. This setup is entirely compatible with any flat-plug power cords like the ones that are on Samsung televisions. In addition, this setup is fully compatible with all kinds of low-profile wall mounts as well.
Your package will also include recessed wall mount plates that will completely hide behind your televisions. Furthermore, this setup works with most TV mounts and the slimmest of televisions sets available on the market.
The installation process is pretty simple. The box includes a complete setup guide. With the help of this guide, you can conveniently complete the installation process without any external or professional assistance.
The Two-CK and One-CK setups both come pre-wired. And the only thing is to connect the connectors. So, they are much easier when it comes to installation.
With the OnePro6 dual and single setups, you have to connect the Romex cable into the receptacle. This is not that difficult either as everything is marked, it’s just that the installation process becomes a bit longer with this setup.
Now, you can either go for a single or dual power outlet in both the setup types. With the single power outlet, you only have the option of connecting your TV. But twitch the dual power outlet, you can connect another audiovisual accessory like your soundbar as well.
This makes the dual power setup more versatile, and if you are looking for a pre-wired setup, the best option to consider is the PowerBridge Two-CK.
I have over 15 years of knowledge in the technology field. Studied IT systems administration and now installing security cameras and smart home devices into user’s homes and offices.