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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 10-31-2008, 04:06 PM Thread Starter
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Running HDMI cable

This is a side topic to my "hiding the equipment stack" posted previous.

Can you buy bulk HDMI cable and install ends on it or must HDMI cable already be made up?

Also considering some of the CAT5 solutions like the receiver and transmitter combo below. I already have two CAT5E runs to most rooms and I would venture to say that a 75-100ft HDMI cable alone would possibly be more than the price of the extenders. I am concerend with signal degradation and loss using this solution.

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http://www.a1components.com/itemdisp...spx?item=11990

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Item 11990: Model CHO4015 HDMI Audio/Video Extender includes a receiver and a transmitter. Use it to transmit HD signals from your HDMI source up to 200 feet to any HDMI display over low-cost, easy to install Cat5e/Cat6 wire! An ideal solution when you need to send the signal from an HDMI source to a distant HD display. Supports 1080P. HDMI Version 1.3 compliant.


Features
Easy installation with Standard TIA/EIA568B.
HDMI Version 1.3 compliant.
Sender converts HDMI signal to CAT5E TMDS signal automatically.
Receiver has automatic signal equalizer (40db) \ clock phase adjustment (6) \ feedback amplification adjustment (12db).
Extend HDMI transmission over CAT5E/6 wires which supports 1080i up to 200 feet
Weight: .8 lbs
Dimensions: 3.3in x 1.7in x .98in




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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 11-01-2008, 09:09 AM
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Never really seen bulk HDMI cables in the way you describe.

Cat5 is becoming more and more popular to make those long cable runs without spending ridiculous money on long HDMI throws.

100ft. over Cat5 will carry 1080p just fine in the average house. If you go longer than 100ft. or will be running cable around a lot of EMF sources, then I would step up to Cat6 for extra insurance.

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