still building our home at the moment, should be ready to move into in December, but I want to foresee now all necessary cables before the drywall is installed. I have a general idea after reading a lot here (and youtubing), but just wanted to get things checked here before I order maybe obsolete equipment.
So, I bought an Optoma UHD65 which will be hung from the ceiling in the living room (which can be blacked out completely), and will be projecting on the wall for the first couple of weeks/months, distance to the wall will be about 15ft. Audio will be a mix of brands into a 5.1 setup, receiver will be in the middle and below the screen. I will probably get an nVidia Shield attached to a NAS.
Now I don't seem to find a good solution for connecting the nVidia Shield to the projector, as I need appx. 30ft of cable, taking 4K/60 HDR10 most of the time. So here comes the main question: is the best option to put the nVidia Shield close to the receiver using a standard HDMI cable, and then go from the receiver to the projector with an HDMI fiber cable (bc of the distance) ? Ofc I want to avoid the expensive HDMI cable if possible, but image quality is prio 1, so I'm not willing to sacrifice quality for cost. I'm reading that HDMI extension over CAT is not a good solution for 4K60HDR, correct ?
For audio cables, I chose the below ones, they will be driving Klipsch RP-6000F's, RP-600M's and an RP-504C from a Denon AVR-X2600H. Are these cables OK ?
Thanks for the advice (love this forum by the way).