So I recently bought a 10m HDMI cable to hook my little revo minipc up to the TV and am getting what I'm assuming everyone is calling "sparkles" (flashing pixels across the picture whose color is determined by what the background picture is) The cable is a v1.3b 10m cable which i thought would have no problem carrying the signal over that distance. I've tried different resolutions, different pixel settings (4;2;2; and 4;4;4) with no luck. I don't think its an issue with the cable as when i plug it into my laptop to the tv it spits out 1080i just fine with no sparkling. Similarly i've tried the revo box connected to the tv with a shorter hdmi cable and that has no problems either. So I've got a feeling the revo must put out a weaker hdmi signal? is this possible? and what could i do to fix this. I don't really want to buy a 30 pound HMDI booster as it would be difficult to stowaway and it seems like I shouldnt need one over 10m. Or am i on the wrong end of the stick and something else is causing the problem?