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Need Advice: Running 40' of In-Wall HDMI 1.3 (1 Viewer)

Philippe Kline

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So, I'm having an installer do in-wall wiring/cabling for me and need to place my orders for supplies tonight. Totally unlike me to put this off until the last minute, but here I am... everything that I've been reading suggests that I have some sort of amplification for this length of run (actually, I need 2 40' HDMI 1.3 runs or use a switcher, if that's ok) and I just can't figure out what's the most economical way of doing this w/out sacrificing quality and making sure everything is 1080p/1.3/HDCP compliant. I was hoping to do everything a la monoprice... Can someone please help and suggest what I should buy and where??
 

Robert_J

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It's HDMI. It's digital. You don't sacrifice quality. Either you get a perfect picture or you don't. There is no in-between.

I use a 25' HDMI cable from Monoprice without any problems and just picked up a few 3' models to connect multiple source units to my Monoprice HDMI 4x2 matrix switch.

-Robert
 

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