Don't know if its fair to place all the blame on the installers for this incident involving a new Mesa Ariz. sub. since part of the blame is the misleading DIRECTV commercial promotion about the allegedly "clean" "wireless" capability of the Genie/client system which can get the technician/installer in trouble no matter the quality of the install job.
As the commercial should have made clear at least in the usual small print displayed in a footnote to the commercial that some cords and cables must of course be visible at the TV where the actual Genie server is connected to. And unless the AC power and cable outlets are positioned totally behind the other wall mounted TVs with Genie clients, lines must be visible on them as well.
Anyway, what do you guys think?
Does this job belong in the "Hall of Shame," and what could or should have been done better?
Edited by HoTat2, 17 April 2013 - 05:19 PM.