Hi Folks, Just when I thought I'd finally sorted my AV system out with a new receiver, after only a couple of months working perfectly, I now get no signal using the primary HDMI output. Its a Sony receiver with only 2 HDMI inputs and 1 HDMI output to my projector using a HDAnywhere ActiveWire cable, iirc its 15m so not exactly the longest they produce. So far I've found out the following, having tested the cable in both HDMI outputs it doesn't work in either, but it does work from Output B with another cable. So it seems that both the cable and the amp have failed. One side note is that although its an ActiveWire cable, it only worked when the USB power supply wasn't plugged in, which in my mind defeated the object, but as it seemed to work reliably without, I was happy. Has anyone experienced anything like this? Is there too much load when trying to use long HDMI cables? My Apple TV seemed to suffer a similar fate and now only works with short HDMI cables (that was prior to me getting the receiver though). Another note worth mentioning is that my iMac MDP to HDMI cable was noticeably warm at the HDMI end plugged into the receiver. I don't know how HDMI works, but do they all share their 5v between them to help boost signals? Sorry for the disjointed post, just trying to make sense of whats occurred and prevent any further or future damage once resolved. Anyone able to help?