Maximum HMDI v1.4 length before signal quality degrades Tags: HDTV Home Theatre Last response: June 28, 2012 4:09 AM in Home Theatre Share newinstall June 28, 2012 3:43:06 AM I'm wiring an addition and would like to install HMDI in the wall. What is the maximum length that can be used without signal degradation for HMDI 1.4? More about : maximum hmdi length signal quality degrades revolution2718 June 28, 2012 4:09:48 AM 50 feet and under is considered "safe", when you get longer you may begin to notice degradation without an amplifier. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumDo long DVI extension cables degrade video quality ? ForumI have a compaq presario sr2150nx with a 3.40ghz pentium d dual core processor a ForumHDMI vs. Component - What's The Difference? ForumLAN cable: how long is "too long"? ForumeSATA cable length and expresscard questions ForumShorter HDMI = better quality , faster response? ForumUSB Cable length ForumVHS to DVD quality ForumDSLR v Consumer Image quality Forum"Soon to be Newbie" with cable length and splitter questio.. ForumRecommendation for hdmi cable of large length ForumPC to 720p HDTV via HDMI - Green contours on fleshtones?? ForumComp to diplays with TV coax out - quality over distance? ForumNEW: help choosing 5.1 PC audio vs Home theater ForumHDMI to AVI quality ? ForumWhat's better, TV or Monitor? ForumHow can i run video signal 200 feet ForumHow can i run video signal 200 feet ForumUnsupported signal please check the device output sony bravia Forum50' hdmi cable to epson 8350 no signal More resources Read discussions in other Home Theatre categories Digital TV DVD Players Set-Top-Box HDTV ReplayTV Satellite TV Tivo !