Join Date: Mar 2008
Location: Woods Cross, Utah
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I would have had them pull CAT 6 cable instead, but 1080p will run fine on CAT 5e. However, you will need an HDBaseT solution to use those wires, which has costs associated with it. Given the runs are rather short, it would make more sense to just run terminated HDMI cables into the back of an HDMI face plate.
Best thing you could do when running HDMI cable in the wall, frankly, is to install conduit/smurf tube and run the cable through it. Standards change all the time, and cables that work for 1080p may not work for high frame rate 4K signals. If you have conduit, it's really simple to pull out an old cable and pull a new one through. If you don't have conduit, it's virtually impossible without breaking into the sheetrock.
Transducers: Revel Concerta2 F36 (3), M16 (4); Tannoy AMS 6DC (4); Rythmik F18 (2)
Front end: NAD T758 v3; Outlaw Model 7125
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