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which HDMI cable for long run

I will have probably a 30-40ft run from source ( either from bluray or receiver) to the projector. Looking at mono price was wondering if getting the red mere is worth it or will a regular 22 or 24G do the trick. opinions or suggestions appreciated.
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Asking for trouble, going with regular cable in 40' length. I use a Redmere 40'.

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Redmere! Remember the Redmere is direction.. put it in backwards and it does not work.
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I will have probably a 30-40ft run from source ( either from bluray or receiver) to the projector. Looking at mono price was wondering if getting the red mere is worth it or will a regular 22 or 24G do the trick. opinions or suggestions appreciated.
Agree with the Redmere as a user myself.

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sounds like Redmere it is. so it works in one direction only, assuming from source ( blu-ray player) to projector? Can it work If I have blu-ray to receiver and then use Redmere HDMI cable from receiver to Projector?
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sounds like Redmere it is. so it works in one direction only, assuming from source ( blu-ray player) to projector? Can it work If I have blu-ray to receiver and then use Redmere HDMI cable from receiver to Projector?
Yes.

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