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6ft High-quality Coaxial Audio/Video RCA CL2 Rated Cable - RG6/U 75ohm (for S/PDIF, Digital Coax, Subwoofer & Compos...
Select Active Series High Speed HDMI Cable with RedMere Technology, 25ft
Reliably connect your home theater equipment to greater distances than with passive cables using this Select Active Series High Speed HDMI® Cable with RedMere® Technology from Monoprice!
This High Speed HDMI Cable supports the following general features:
- Active signal regeneration to ensure accurate reproduction over longer distances
- 10.2Gbps data throughput
- CL2 in-wall fire safety rating
- 28AWG copper conductors
- Gold plated connectors
It supports the following HDMI features:
- 1080p resolution at 60Hz
- 4K resolution at 24Hz
- 3D video
- HDMI Ethernet Channel
- Audio Return Channel
- Deep Color up to 16-bits per channel
- High Definition Audio, including SA-CD, DVD-Audio, DTS-HD Master Audio™, and Dolby TrueHD™
Note that Active HDMI cables are directional. Check each end for markings indicating whether it should be connected to the source or the display device. Connecting them backwards will not hurt anything, they just won't work until connected properly.
Note also that only one Active HDMI cable should be present in any single cable run, even if using a switch, splitter, or matrix. Connecting multiple active HDMI cables in series will cause them to fail to reliably transmit the video signal because each is trying to do the same thing.
TIP: It is a good idea to test cables and connections before installing them inside a wall. If there are any issues or problems, we can help you resolve them before you spend the time, effort, and expense of installing them inside the walls.
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Questions and Answers
Now, with that said, a basic rule of thumb is that the less connections you have in a cable run, the better the signal quality. That said, if you use a single cable, rated for the in-wall application, and use pass-thru style plates so you have a single cable run. That will get you the best possible sing along transfer as well as being a safe and legal installation.
Non rated insulations are made of products which can out gas poisonous fumes in a fire.
It's also a violation of building codes.
For your set up, it sounds like you are experiencing issues due to signal degradation. Which if that is the case using an Active HDMI cable from the wall plate to the projector would assist. Where you would not want to use an Active HDMI cable is from the source to receiver or receiver to wall plate. This can and likely will run into some signal issues.
For your shorter runs, I would recommend using thicker gauge HDMI cables such as 24AWG. The thicker gauge will assist in maintaining a strong and reliable signal.
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PROS: Allows long HDMI run.
Just make sure your 110% sure you have the ends at the right side before you snake it through walls and such!
PROS: Very thin for the length.
PROS: Allows me to have full HD 3D with a 25ft cable
No repeaters or signal boosters needed.
red, so harder to not see and trip on when temporarily laid across room
8 months ago
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1 year ago
Some jobs require macro, others a telephoto where I'm 15-25' away. Along came the RedMere cables for lossless data transmission.
Well made cable, after uncoiling laid flat unlike others on the market.
Anyhow, I've now got cables so that the image goes to a monitor.
8 months ago