I apologize for starting another thread on this subject but I admittedly got a little lost with the current CAT6/7 over HDMI discussion. We are going to be remodeling our kitchen this spring. The kitchen basically separates the computer room (where the router is) and the family room. We're going to raise the ceiling in the kitchen so there will be attic work involved. A perfect time to lay conduit with cable between the computer room and the family room. I'm looking at about maybe 60' - 70' total. I've done a run of comparable length for my security cameras (camera DVR to router using CAT-5e to HDMI) and it works fine for that. But the cameras are not HD nor is there any audio. I just want to be able to connect my blu-ray player and AppleTV2 to ethernet if WiFI doesn't work well after the kitchen remodeling (we're moving some appliances around and there may be interference.
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2/14/13 at 3:37pm