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#641439 09/10/21 02:21 PM
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What is the limitation on the length of an HDMI cable I keep hearing 50 feet

My question is what if you go over this length say 75 or 100 feet what happens

I think there’s some kind of converter that you can use with cat six wiring does anybody have any recommendations

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You can go 100 feet an longer, and the cable will be much thicker than a 6 foot piece. These are commercial grade cable. You can also get boosters. Of course everything can effect digital quality.

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