Originally Posted by Gelfling /forum/post/18258616
When I researched these, the ones here:
were both cheaper and more consistant. Read the reviews youself and see if they will work for your distance.
Unless an installer did it for practical installation reasons,
Originally Posted by pocoloco /forum/post/18266171
Unless an installer did it for practical installation reasons, I don't know why folks are using hdmi baluns for 25 - 50 ft runs. You can just do a straight hdmi cable for that and run some cat6 as backup which you probably won't need to resort to... cheaper and better.
Originally Posted by BobL /forum/post/18270363
When more bandwidth is required you'll have to go to an active cable system or a balun (fibre or cat/6). Quality of baluns as well as proper cable terminations make a BIG difference with HDMI.