Originally Posted by pwishart
Vizio does not make a P75-C2 that would indicate that they have a second screen supplier for the P series, so I think you mean it is a P75-C1.
HDMI 5 on the P series does not support HDR, if you want HDR video you need to use HDMI 1 to 4.
If you are using 25 foot HDMI cables for a 4K video signal the cables will need to be very good, and have a Certified Premium 18 Ghz certification, the only ones I know of that are certified at that length are Blue Jeans Cables Series 1.
Yes, thanks - typo on the model, my bad. We'll find out about the cabling. I don't have a lot of good options if it doesn't work, but the manufacturer and all the reviews (about a trillion) claim it does. If not, then I can probably get a 15 foot cable to work, but it'd be kind of problematic or at the very least require some new holes in the wall.
"Supports Latest HDMI 2.0b Standard - 4K, UHD, 3D, Audio Return Channel (ARC), Category 2 Certified,18 Gbps / 600 MHz Refresh Rate, 2160p, 1080p, 48 Bit Deep Color, Ethernet and is backwards compatible with earlier versions" Guess we'll find out if that's accurate - I don't have the set yet and no clue when I will.
Edit: I contacted the cable manufacturer to see what they say. I guess if they DEFINITELY won't work, it would be good to know ahead of time so I can start figuring out options.
Edit 2: I checked out BJC. ~$80ish a cable isn't undoable if it turns out to be necessary, I could measure and maybe get away with 20 feet with the current location of things although it wouldn't leave me a lot of wiggle room for such a thick cable. I'd need to get 2 of them. We'll first see what BlueRigger says, I guess. Thanks for the reminder that I meant to look further into that