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100ft High Speed HDMI® Cable with Ethernet

Product code: HDMI-100ft-Value-V14

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Features & Specifications

Extremely flexible and easy to run through walls and around corner, this durable 100-foot long HDMI® cable combines video and audio into a single digital interface. HDMI cable labeled “High Speed with Ethernet" meets the minimum 10.2 gigabit transmission rates. The shorter the cable the higher the rate but 10.2 gigabits is currently the minimum that is needed to be labeled High Speed with Ethernet. OSD HDMI® cables transmit frequencies up to 10GHZ bps and transmit high quality multi-channel audio data. Our HDMI® cables support all standard and high-definition consumer electronics video formats including 1440p and 3D. Note: Runs over 40 feet may require an HDMI® extender.


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HDMI® (High Definition Multimedia Interface) combines video and audio into a single digital interface. There’s a lot of misconception out there about HDMI® cables.


5 Questions & 5 Answers
from Chino Hills asked:
August 4, 2015
Along with this cable do I need to buy another cable for audio (from either projector to Amplifier/mixture?) I have View Sonic projector. I have sound room. Where in Brea are you?
1 Answer
HDMI will transmit audio and video if both components have HDMI inputs/outputs. RCA will transmit audio only. We are at the address below: 775 Columbia St. Brea, CA 92821 Columbia St. is between Lambert and Central off Berry.
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on August 6, 2015

from New York asked:
February 25, 2013
I am installing two screens for projection in a church. The shortest way between the video boot (where computers and hub will be locaed) and the screens is about 200 ft. What is the best solution you suggest? HDMI or Ethernet? Color may also be an issue do you have any white cable?
1 Answer
HI Nat, We recommend using HDBaseT over a single CAT6, especially with POE (Power over Ethernet). This is the best option for HDMI over 100 feet. We do not currently offer HDBaseT but you can find CAT6 cable in white as well. TL/MA 1656
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on March 3, 2013

Thomas Purpura
from Burr Ridge, Il. (Chicago) asked:
October 9, 2012
I purchase 2 of these items for a commercial installation (Sports Bar). a few months ago. One of the Flat screen HD T.V.'s is currently turning off and on at random intermittently. What is the gauge of your OSD-HDMI-100ft-Value-V14? Is the V14 certified? Do you ever have "out of box" failures of HDMI cables? Since I've had this problem, I've talked to other people in the industry and they recommend not to do HDMI 100 ft. lengths and to install Cat. 6 with HDMI Extenders. What is your opinion?
1 Answer
Hi Thomas, Our OSD HDMI 100-ft cables are 24 Gauge (the largest gauge you can use and still terminate to the HDMI connector). It's interesting that one of the cables is working fine and the other has become intermittent. Was the cable in question moved or unplugged recently? The rule of thumb is the longer the HDMI cable is the better chance it might not work. In some cases, the issue is hardware related, where the component does not have the latest chip set (version). However, if the cable did work at one time this not likely the case. All of our cables are High Speed rated HDMI cables with Ethernet. This tells you it is the latest version (handling HDMI1.4a). How accessible is the 100-ft cable in question? Did you experience the problem after permanently installing the cable? A Single CAT6 HDMI Extender solution like the HDBaseT is an excellent option but it does cost more. We can do an advanced replacement where you purchase another cable and return the defective cable for a full refund. We do recommend connecting the cable to the two components before installing it inside the walls. TL #1326
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on October 9, 2012

from TAMUNING, GUAM asked:
June 14, 2012
1 Answer
Hi John: Unfortunately the HP Pavilion does not have a HDMI Output. There are products out there that convert HDMI to Cat5/6 but you need a Transmitter and Receiver that converts the signal from HDMI to begin with then converts back to HDMI at the Receiver before connecting to the TV/Monitor with a short HDMI. This HDMI extender over CAT5/6 was developed as a lower cost solution to running Longer HDMI cables. What are you trying pull from your HP for your TV? TL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on June 16, 2012

from Huntsville, AL asked:
January 14, 2012
Have you had any customers successfull use this in an underground application?
1 Answer
Hi Brian, This HDMI cable is CL-3 rated which is an in-wall fire rating. We do recommend our CL-3 rated speaker cable for direct burial but that jacket is both CL-3 rated and thicker by design. I am not sure if this would be advisable to bury and I’m not sure if a 100-foot HDMI would work as well in this application. The longer the HDMI cable, the higher the chance is that it may not work. You might consider our HDMI single Cat5/Cat6 extender system that features a transmitter and receiver. You still need to connect an HDMI cable from the source to the transmitter and a second HDMI cable from the receiver to the monitor. However, these would be shorter HDMI cables guaranteed to handle the bandwidth. The longest cable would be Cat5e which is available in a Direct Burial version. The transmitter not only processes the signal over the Cat5e but boosts it as well. The receiver reprocesses the signal back to HDMI. You can find Cat5e (which is better than standard Cat5 and similar to Cat6) direct burial cable for .22 cents per foot on line. Whatever option you choose you need to connect all components with the actual length of cables and test the system before burying anything.
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on January 16, 2012

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