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Audio video purists tend to think that the shorter the audio or video cable, or speaker cable, the better! Say it isn't always so though@
Some months ago I saw a post by Amir that only use coaxial digital cables (or for that matter component video cables if you are into analog video) of at least 6', because shorter cables are problematic for reflections impacting the quality of the signal.
Recently, I saw a post by Patrick Harkins of Lumagen, at the Video Processor forum here at AVS, dealing with the Radiance XD/XE, that you should use HDMI cables of at least 6', because shorter cables are problematic for reflections which cause HDMI issues. And that Lumagen users have found their problems often solves moving to at least 6' HDMI cables.
Here we spend big bucks for HDMI SSPs and 2D/3D projectors like Sim2,
and we can be frustrated with HDMI issues.
Comments, folks, both objective and subjective.
"Doug Winsor" used to troll at some AV Forums as "Steve Bruzonsky"! My home theater at:
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