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HDMI over ethernet

We have CAT6A cable run to our family room TV area that is terminated in the basement. A coworker is using this to run his HDMI from the TV to his receiver in the basement.

http://www.amazon.com/J-Tech-Digita...ef=plSrch&th=1

The reviews seem to be good but I wanted to make sure that I was on the right path before ordering. Would I get any benefit by purchasing this unit that is more expensive? I have a Samsung 82" TV.


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It depends on your source, your TV, and your own ability to discern potentially subtle differences in image quality. The more expensive unit supports higher bandwidth 4k signals which will have improved color reproduction. Assuming it works as advertised, I would get the version that supports 4:4:4 but I'm pretty particular about being able to display the best possible picture available.

http://www.rtings.com/tv/learn/chroma-subsampling
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