I'm a newbie to the forum and a novice in the audio/video world. My request is for opinions and advice on a wiring setup that I am considering.
cable box -- 1.5 foot high speed hdmi -- keystone hdmi wall jack -- right angle portsaver -- 5 foot in wall high speed hdmi -- right angle portsaver -- keystone hdmi wall jack -- 3 foot high speed hdmi -- tv
And the same thing going to a bluray and the arc line of soundbar.
Monoprice does not sell angled keystone hdmi jacks, but their rep on chat suggested the portsavers. I would like to use recessed wall boxes to mount the keystones and am worried about the in-wall bend to attach hdmi to back of keystones. So, this means I will have 3 separate hdmi cables and 4 separate connectors (not including a portsaver that may be required to attach to the soon to be had television).
I can bypass all of this by using pass through wall plates, but the above would be neater and more in tune with my "ocd"ness.
I can get angled keystones to eliminate the in-wall angled portsavers.
But the question remains: which hdmi cable would be suitable to provide 3D and arc with multiple segments?