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Thread: Best method to hide speaker wires on wooden deck?

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    Best method to hide speaker wires on wooden deck?

    I have mounted a pair of Yamaha outdoor speakers (and boy do they sound good) and run the outdoor speaker wires under my deck to my screened patio where I have my receiver. Everything looks good with one exception...the speaker wire run from the speaker to under the deck. I tried using brown duct tape to run the wire down a picket/slat, but the tape stopped working after about an hour of sunlight. I know I can staple the wire to the slat, but I am not only wanting to hide it from the deck but would like to mask it a bit from the yard looking at the deck. The wire is white against my brown deck, so I would prefer a solution that is brown. I know it would be very hard to get an exact match, but something that is relatively close would be great. Any one got any ideas or experience with this?
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    Re: Best method to hide speaker wires on wooden deck?

    Lowes or any Store like such make vynl colored tracks that can be mounted and the speaker wires (or any other type wire) can be run through them. The tracks can be painted as well to match.
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    Re: Best method to hide speaker wires on wooden deck?

    i think they call it a "wire mold".....
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    Re: Best method to hide speaker wires on wooden deck?

    Thanks guys.
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