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Any thoughts on these?

Noticing a lot of graininess and artifacts and sparkles on all video sources (including blu-ray). I've got a long distance HDMI run (pre-installed with the house) and am suspecting that the signal may be less than perfect.
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Any thoughts on these?
Noticing a lot of graininess and artifacts and sparkles on all video sources (including blu-ray). I've got a long distance HDMI run (pre-installed with the house) and am suspecting that the signal may be less than perfect.

How long are the runs? Even If you are using quality CL2 certified cable and it' over 50ft, then you will probably need a booster.



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Monoprice.com has some nice HDMI amplifiers for longer cables, also ones with splitters for driving more than one TV.
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