HDMI and wallplates
Guys - am about to run HDMI in a wall and attic space from a receiver to a tv, with wall plates at either end - total run about 25ft. My current max. transmission is a 1080i picture, but, as I only want to do this once, I figure i'll install a HDMI capable of doing more then a I need, and should I go 4k, or 3d, or need the Ethernet channel down the road, then I won't need to run new cable. Given the run distance of 25ft, I know I'd need 22awg HDMI, but given that I need some flex in the cable to turn it into the wall plates, I either need to use port savers, or redmere. I've read a little on the redmere, and think that might be the way to go for me.
My question is this - both ends of my cable are going to be terminated inside the wall, at the wallplates. Does it matter what HDMI cable I use from the wallplates to the tv/receiver? Can I just use standard 28awg HDMI, or do I need to maintain the redmere tech., for the short 2feet runs?
Appreciate any help!