I'm having two keystone wallplates installed by an electrician in adjacent rooms. They're about 1-2 ft apart from each other. Each will have 4 to 6 ganged connectors to allow passing through various low voltage lines. So far I have an RJ-11, Cat 6 and Coax installed and want to add a high speed HDMI port. I'd appreciate any help on the following:
1) Since HDMI type A connectors often come loose easily, which is better: 2 HDMI keystone couplers/pass-through jacks joined with an in-wall HDMI cable or an HDMI jack with pigtail? The latter seems hard to find and maybe a little gimmicky. Here are some references, but I doubt these will be long enough and the 2nd one may not even be high speed:
2) Granted the male/male cable will be in-wall and, in theory, not easily disturbed, but if it did ever come loose, for whatever reason, how much work would be involved in reattaching it?
3) If I do go with the pigtail, does it matter if generic keystone jacks are installed in a quickport plate?
4) How important is it to use a CL2 rated HDMI cable?
Thanks in advance for your help.