Ultimate Cable Management – Home Theater Hack

Ultimate Cable Management – Home Theater Hack

If your AV cables are always in a mess, this cable management hack will keep your cables neat and will preserve the life of them. Here are the cable straps that I use on all of my cables –

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  1. Youthman
    Youthman 14 May, 2022, 00:21

    Note to self…always watch the final exported video before uploading to Youtube.

    Before I exported the video I just uploaded to Youtube, I renamed the folder the project was in. Adobe Premiere asked, "Where did the files go?" so I navigated to the new folder, looked like everything was remapped, so I exported the video and thought all was good. Apparently, Premiere didn't locate the background music, but instead, chose the audio from the video itself. I was wondering why you guys were asking if I was watching a tutorial in the background. LOL.

    Enjoy the video. 🙂

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  2. Eric Johnson
    Eric Johnson 14 May, 2022, 00:21

    That's a great tip- thank you for sharing! I always roll my wires up so it doesn't kink the wires but this is a step up from that so that's cool.

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  3. Gregory Gleason
    Gregory Gleason 14 May, 2022, 00:21

    This is great for cable storage. I wouldn't call this cable management at all, though.

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  4. justun chan
    justun chan 14 May, 2022, 00:21

    Worship leaders and church AV people all do this. It's a rite of passage. If they don't do this, they get kicked off the team. Haha

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  5. Taco
    Taco 14 May, 2022, 00:21

    Awesome tip

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  6. D H
    D H 14 May, 2022, 00:21

    I thought you were going to give some tips on set up. Storage isn’t such a problem.

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  7. Michael Shoup
    Michael Shoup 14 May, 2022, 00:21

    So happy you made a video on this.. Too many just don't know.. Good old over 'n under.. I believe we have to give credit for this technique to the Spanish Vaqueros, and their lariats.. I had my own touring concert sound reinforcement system when I was 26, and cable mgmt was do or die! LOL.. Mic's, amps, speakers, recording gear, etc.. Not to mention my (mixer to stage) 200' umbilical!

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  8. David NovotnĂ˝
    David NovotnĂ˝ 14 May, 2022, 00:21

    Youthman, thank you for the great work. Do you know of a reliable HDMI cable patch solution? I need to run the HDMI via a very narrow wall ducting where only a cable fits, not the HDMI connector. Thank you.

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  9. James Andersen
    James Andersen 14 May, 2022, 00:21

    I have done mine haha what speaker wire do you use for all your rear speakers?

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  10. mfk Home Theater
    mfk Home Theater 14 May, 2022, 00:21

    I tried it and it worked! Thanks!

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  11. Karel Wehrmeijer
    Karel Wehrmeijer 14 May, 2022, 00:21

    simple solution, I expected more from it !!

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  12. CareerGarage
    CareerGarage 14 May, 2022, 00:21
  13. Ole Smith
    Ole Smith 14 May, 2022, 00:21

    WoW ! Nice idea ! I tried https://www.amazon.com/bluekeyworld Cable Clips and it helped my organization

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  14. Faksakes
    Faksakes 14 May, 2022, 00:21
  15. Warrior Gods
    Warrior Gods 14 May, 2022, 00:21

    Youthman! May you please do a video on making a Risee out of wood like your friend did? They are expensive and the DIY technique will save us so much money

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  16. dean turner
    dean turner 14 May, 2022, 00:21

    nice advice.never done it like that before..thanks

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  17. Ranger Smith
    Ranger Smith 14 May, 2022, 00:21

    Great advice, but his is cable storage, not management Cable mangaement is generally associated with routing and concealment of cable that are in use in a system. A lot of viewers are likely coming here thinking that's what they're going to see. I'm one of them.

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  18. Daniel Sawatsky
    Daniel Sawatsky 14 May, 2022, 00:21

    Such a better deal in the us for those cable ties
    32$ for same amount in Canada

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  19. Sanjay Salariya
    Sanjay Salariya 14 May, 2022, 00:21

    Very helpful 👍

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  20. Graham Oliver
    Graham Oliver 14 May, 2022, 00:21

    Thanks for that, very helpful 😉

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  21. illu
    illu 14 May, 2022, 00:21

    I've done all those ways but I always end up with a big mess I do something similar with the way you showed with the ties but I dont use the ties I use the cable it self

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  22. leopoldo1818
    leopoldo1818 14 May, 2022, 00:21

    Great video thank you youthman

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