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Location: Northern, VA - Washington, DC
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The BEST solution is HDBaseT.
Redmere will work, and is designed to work, but it could fail since it has active electronics. I don't recommend Redmere if you are putting it behind drywall for this reason, but using Redmere and running some cat-6 isn't a bad way to do things.
I actually most often use 22AWG HDMI cables from Monoprice and I have had great results.
Cable runs should all be point to point without wallplates between the connections.
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