Hello everybody, i cannot emphasize
enough how much you guys have helped me, i just have one quick question about HDMI and possible signal loss
My mitsubishi hd1000u, as most of you all already know, is 720p/1080i with only one HDMI input. I want to plug in 2 different HDMI devices to it.
There is an HDMI splitter at one of my most trusted and reliable cable sites (http://www.mycablemart.com/store/car...t_detail&p=422
and it is supposed to be good from what i hear.
Now, mycablemart suggests a thicker gauge due to added "resistance
". I will not touch this splitter, just to push 1 or 2 to switch hdmi ports as the devices im plugging in are here to stay. My projector does not output 1080p so I am not concerned about 1080p, just 1080i and 720p output.
Can't i use the regular 28 AWG HDMI cables for input and output connections? I will try to get the cable lengths as short
as i can, im looking at 3 ft in, 6 ft in, 6 ft out. I assume mycablemart is just trying to sell their thicker, more expensive cables, or is saying the added "resistance" comes from people plugging in and out hdmi devices constantly, which i will not
do.Will this input/output device suit me, and are 28awg HDMI cables that they have on the same site suitable for this type of setup?
I am looking at the most inexpensive way to output my PS3 and 1080i HDTV Cable Box to my projector, and as long as these cables and this splitter are suitable, I feel this is the way to go. Guys, am i right or wrong?!?!?
thank you SO SO much!!!!