I agree with what matztt said. To add some more details to the discussion -
1. Avoid in-wall jacks or terminations. I had to remove all of mine due to HDMI handshake issues.
2. There is no passive or active HDMI cable that can handle 48Gbps for HDMI 2.1. Even the so called "certified" 18Gbps cables fail over longer runs.
3. Put a 2" PVC conduit from one end to the other, so that you can add/replace cables in future easily.
4. Use a fiber optic HDMI cable from Monoprice or Ruipro (both on Amazon) and run them from your source to the projector (home run) without any terminations or wall jacks. This is currently the ONLY way to have a reliable HDMI connection running full bandwidth.
5. If I was you, I would add a pair or more, of shielded CAT6 cables and terminate them using wall jacks. Just leave the cables in the conduit. If in future you end up running HDBaseT, you can use the CAT6 cables for it and avoid HDMI cables all together.
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Last edited by shashankmittal; 05-22-2019 at 08:07 PM.