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I have a Epson 6020 3d projector & I have ordered a Yamaha cx-a5000 pre-pro my pre-pro now isnt 1.4,havnt used 3d yet, waiting for the Yamaha,will I have to get a new hdmi cable for my projector? My current cable is a Monoprice 35ft 1.3 which has never had a problem,but its not 1.4 is it going to be a problem? thanks
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As long as its high-speed it should not be a problem.
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thanks,its a well made cable very thick if you like monoprice cables.
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thanks,its a well made cable very thick if you like monoprice cables.

I've been using 1.3 24awg cables from Monoprice with a total length of over 50' (2 couplers in line) and they work fine for 3D.smile.gif

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