I eventually want to run a 1080p 3D signal about 30 feet from my equipment closet. I'm debating the wall plate to put in the closet. But I'm afraid that if use a plate with HDMI on it (basically a female/female coupler) I will introduce some noise.
Generally I'm from the any cable will do school, but I know higher res HDMI over longer distances is more challenging and I don't want to make it harder than it needs to be. Not only would I have to buy a good quality cable for the long run but the same quality for the short run. Then have a generic coupler in between.
The alternative is a finished hole cover with one from AVR to screen.
My instinct is to skip the slick coupler and go direct, am I right?