Looking to see if someone here has an answer to my question or a solution to my problem. I've seen loads of posts around this, but never has anyone ever posted the outcomes.
I have a 50ft-ish run of HDMI I need to do from my Denon 1910 to my Samsung 610. I bought the Monoprice HDMI over Cat6 wallplates as they told me they would work, when they didn't they told me to get new HDMI cables because mine weren't good enough. Still don't get anything from my Denon, but from my PS3 directly I can get 1080i. This isn't good enough for me.
Now, because I'm in Canada and we have a postal strike (*******s) I've paid $200 incl shipping that isn't going to work at all. I was also told by the monoprice tech support that there was NO WAY I would ever get 1080p video over that length from my Denon.
Does anyone know of a product that would work here? I've already spent a good amount, and don't really want to spend more. Would an HDMI powered extender like this: work? is there any salvaging this setup? I like it because of the backwards IR channel but I want it to work with the Denon.
I found this forum: _http://www.cepro.com/community/viewthread/430/
where some installation "pros" say this problem is pretty much unique to the 1910. Is there a setting where I can up the power output from HDMI?
Any help or suggestions on this would be appreciated.
edit: here's a link to a powered repeater (found a way around the 3 post thing) _http://www.hdtvsupply.com/hdmirepeater.html