My wife and I will be building and moving into a new place in the near future. She proposed the idea of having a T.V. in our kitchen so that either when we are cooking or eating we can continue to watch whatever is on the T.V in our living room, this way we don't have to continually pause and run back and forth.
It would be Satellite via HDMI and the DVD player with RGB Component (don't get me started, she wont let me replace this player/surround sound system till it dies) and maybe even the PS3 via HDMI as well (for Bluray or media steaming). So I have 3 different connections I would want to mirror onto another T.V. that's about 30 feet away. Other than getting splitters and running all the cables from one end to another (which if I understand will degrade the signal) is there a simple solution to this? Wireless device or some sort of a/v processor that I can plug in all my inputs and have one single cable that can get all 3 signals?
I looked into splitters and long cables (as mentioned above I believe this will degrade or darken the image) and saw a few wireless solutions that repeat the signal (most likely with a delay), but not sure if one is better than the other. If I do end up running cables I would use conduit so that over time as tech progresses, I can pull out dated cables and replace with newer ones (future proofing).
Any one have any ideas on how I can pull this off. I've been out of the A/V circle for some time so I'm not sure what's what anymore.
Thanks in advance.