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Old 22-03-2013, 10:36
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Yes to both questions but if it were me I would have trunking to allow easy replacement or addition of cables, including the TV power. For convenience it needs to be sufficiently large to allow HDMI and coax plugs to go through (probably not feasible with SCART).

You may be warned of interference problems running cables together (especially HDMI) but at least with trunking you can try different cables.
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