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In Reply to: RE: Interesting, thanks! posted by grantv on December 25, 2020 at 08:05:46
25' is really the max you can run HDMI and that's at 720p before getting signal degradation
you could always network the smart TV's ... or 'smart' BD player
use ethernet over power to get around cable runs
TV audio out to the amps
cheap & cheerful!
Sorry, 25' hardwired max? Or 25' wireless?
I am moving my rack, so 25' hard will be close. Wireless/straight line maybe 10-12'
The other stuff seems harder to me TBH, ethernet over wire, networking the smart TV... all Dutch to me.
25' hardwired via HDMI
that ethernet over power is a snap, one module plugs into a wall socket near your router, run a network cable from router [or cable box] > module
another module plugs into a wall socket near your projector, TV, BD player, whatever, then a network cable between them
I'm pretty sure I spotted a RJ45 input jack on the right side of your projector illustration, correct?
then you're in business! those modules MUST be plugged into the wall socket though ... no power strips etc. and they're inexpensive
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