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Any codes for the shorter sizes?
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Since this cable is rated at 4K/24Hz, a user may not be able to use 60Hz, or higher bandwidth features like HDR, correct?

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Since this cable is rated at 4K/24Hz, a user may not be able to use 60Hz, or higher bandwidth features like HDR, correct?

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Based on q&a it does not support hdr
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Based on q&a it does not support hdr
So if someone is spending a lot of time trying to install this "in wall", they may want to invest in something better rated (Always test before installing!).

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this is an incredibly long hdmi cable. if you're trying to send 4k you really should use 50ft max 18g cables with repeaters. also if you're running any cables in walls always make sure they are cl3 rated.
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At any length over 25' (and if you want to be safe, at 25' for higher resolutions/refresh rates) you should look at fiber HDMI cables. They're more expensive, but they're guaranteed to work, some supporting 8K resolution. Ruipro cables are generally considered to be the best combination of price, functionality and reliability.
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Those offering suggestions, thank you! Also, could you possibly provide link(s) to products you recommend?

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I suspect that most people that have use for this length are using it in a commercial setting and don't need the most perfect picture quality.

I have a 50' that came in handy when I needed a TV at one end of an gymnasium tied to a PC at the other end. However, I was just posting race results and I could have cared less about 4k.
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this is an incredibly long hdmi cable. if you're trying to send 4k you really should use 50ft max 18g cables with repeaters. also if you're running any cables in walls always make sure they are cl3 rated.
Yeah there's no way this works without a repeater.
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I'm using a Monoprice 75ft HDMI active cable, draws power off the HDMI bus, and it has no problem with 4K/30hz hdr or 4K/60hz hdr. Maybe beyond the 75ft is where the signal issue comes in.

Edit: I checked the order and it's 50ft
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You just need to buy 3 of these to connect your 1000inch tv placed on the opposite side of the football stadium.
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These aren't just straight copper cables. They're active cables with a chip inside, they act as sort of a repeater/booster. I have a bunch FAR hdmi cables from newegg with RedMere chip in them making the cable as thin as any normal usb charging cable at 20ft. I don't have a need for 100ft hdmi cable right now though.
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Since this cable is rated at 4K/24Hz, a user may not be able to use 60Hz, or higher bandwidth features like HDR, correct?

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So if someone is spending a lot of time trying to install this "in wall", they may want to invest in something better rated (Always test before installing!).

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There is no traditional HDMI cable "better" rated to do HDR or 4k @ 60hz passed 50ft without repeaters. Even then its a bit spotty. It's impossible to make according to the specs mandated...

...as PSUSkier said though, you can do fiber optic up to 300 feet and that is what one should be buying if trying to future proof their in wall installation.

This brand is one of the cheapest, but the quality is there: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...71K8K?th=1 they get shill posts once in a while for half off and its well worth it to buy then.
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I'm using a Monoprice 75ft HDMI active cable, draws power off the HDMI bus, and it has no problem with 4K/30hz hdr or 4K/60hz hdr. Maybe beyond the 75ft is where the signal issue comes in.

Edit: I checked the order and it's 50ft
50 is the absolute limit. I own the 60 and never use it because 24hz is friggin worthless.
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