dont know if this question is relevant to our tv's but here goes:
at my new place the tv will be wall mounted above the mantle. the home builder has already supplied a wall tube to run the cords in the wall, however, it goes up, through the roof joists, towards the side wall, down the wall and to exit on the bottom near the floor on the wall to the left.
im guess its going to be about a 25-30 foot run. I of course checked out monoprice, but shipping has to be really thought about when ordering to canada from them. I CAN however, get rocketfish cables from BB at a good discount, so im thinking this may be an option.
However, i would probably need to connect 2 cables either using their high speed (26AWG, comes in a 24' and a 8' that i would connect together with their adapter), or else the rocketfish "advanced", which is a little more speed capable, but maxes out in 15', so i would connect 2 of those. Don't know the guage of the wire.
On monoprice, i read that they reccomend running 22AWG if you're doing over 25ft of wire run... but even then they don't sell a 30ft or 35ft 22AWG hdmi.
So, will i be fine running either the high speed or advanced rocketfish hdmi's using a coupler? And, i will also have to connect an xbox, ps3, dvr, so i'll have 3-30ft runs of this stuff going into that tube.
Anyone can think of anything better for my scenario?