Rated 4 out of 5Â by Gebson Good for a tight squeeze
I needed a socket that didn't have an output perpendicular to the wall as I was installing a cabinet that squeezed in close to the output and didn't want to put any pressure on the wire. Because this socket is angled it meant the wire didn't stick out from the wall too far. I slid the cabinet in with no problem.
14 Sep 2016
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Mrhappysmile Angled aerial socket
Better than all the rest. As the lead goes in at an angle. Units can be pushed closer to the wall. This removes unsightly gaps.
31 Aug 2016
Rated 3 out of 5Â by Thorshammer MK Co-ax socket
Fits a standard single back box. This has a push fit connector for the centre conductor and a clamp for the outer screen. It requires that the cable be bent at right angles to make it fit which in my opinion is poor design.I would have preferred a screw terminal.
Unlike most coax sockets this one is angle slightly downward which can be useful if the socket is exposed because it is less likely to be kicked when a cable is plugged in.
11 Jun 2016
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Ray610 TV Socket
Simple to fit and ideal if placing behind TV fitted to wall.
2 Jun 2016