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In situ terminations for HDMI cables



:) Hi everybody,

Has anyone used the new sets that are appearing on the market that enables to fit HDMI male sockets at the end od HDMI cables "on the spot".
Thses products enables to pull HDMI cables through existing tubes in the walls and fit the end male socket on the spot afterward....???
If yes can you provide info on product used and results ?

Joe Fernand

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Lots of cable assembly manufacturers have talked about field termination kits for HDMI but no one has as yet (as far as I know) released a system that will deliver a 'certified' cable.

There are a couple of installation cabling 'system' manufacturers who provide pre terminated 'runner' cables at pre cut lengths plus screw on flying leads with various connectors attached that do provide for HDMI - though again none of it is certified by HDMI.org.

There are termination kits that allow you to fit a new head to a damaged cable - though its an extremely fiddly and time consuming job and often doesn't provide a working solution when your trying to send 1080p over the cable.

Extending HDMI over Dual CAT6 is your best option if you have long or tricky cable runs to negotiate.


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