One of my planned projects is to run some PVC piping up into the back and front corner of a room for running audio cables through. After considering a number of suggestions, I decided on PVC run through the open attic above. The part I'm not crazy about is having to mess with stringing a line through there for pulling additional cables through down the road.
A subsequent thought that I had is to run a 1-2' tube up into the attic, attach a 90 degree elbow joint, then line that up with an industrial-type cable guide running to the other corner of the room. The guide I've got a mental picture of would be screwed down to the wood boards and have an open channel along the side facing up, making it easy to add or remove cables without having to feed them through the length of the pipe.
Dimensions would be roughly 25 feet long (could be combined shorter sections) and something like 3" wide by maybe 2" high. The exact size isn't important, just that it be big enough to hold several cables.
I've been searcing around the net for something like this without much luck. Lowe's and Home Depot don't seem to carry anything of the sort, but I haven't looked to see if there are any electrical supply stores in town that might be more likely to. I did get one email reply from one company I inquired with:
2" x 5 ft
4" x 5 ft
GO TO OUR SITE WWW.ELECTRICSUPPLYONLINE.COM
IN SEARCH BOX..........ENTER..........UG
BOTH SIZES WILL BE PRESENTED
Not the most enlightening, since that search yields 107 results, none of which jump out as being what I'm looking for...
Any suggestions, either where to find this sort of thing or if there are any alternate methods I should consider?