HDMI close to 240V power cable
I need a 10 meters HDMI connection from my receiver to my projector. Unfortunately most of the way it needs to run along the 240V power cable for the projector. They each run in a separate cable canal but are still very close.
This has given stability problems with even an expensive and well shielded HDMI cable, even though I only need 1080P.
Until recently I used a Goobay hybrid cable that uses fiber and it worked well until it started not working and probably emitting garbage, as my receiver will not even play sound through it own speakers if the cable is just connected. Installing the cable takes quite a while, so I will not just get another of the same that may break in a year.
Any other suggestions?
A fiber solution that will not break? I am sure I did not break the fiber itself as most of it is in cable canals and the rest is tightly controlled.
A HDMI over ethernet? The come in many price ranges and often promises the same.
Wireless HDMI, is that so stable that you would watch a movie?
Many spoutions quickly becomes so expensive that I might as well get an electrician to install a power cable and HDMI cable far away from each other.