Does HDMI accommodate long cable lengths
Yes. HDMI cables 1.4 technology has been designed to use standard copper cable construction at long lengths. In order to allow cable manufacturers to improve their products through the use of new technologies, HDMI cables 1.4 specifies the required performance of a cable but does not specify a maximum cable length. When used in combination with HDCP, provides a secure audio/video interface that meets the security requirements of content providers and systems operators. While no security system is one hundred percent secure, HDMI, when used in combination with HDCP, provides an audio/video interface that meets the security requirements of content providers and systems operators. All versions of the HDMI cables specification support the ability to watch HD-DVD / Blu-Ray content in high definition up to 1080p resolution. However, there may be non-HDMI cables reasons that prevent some devices from accessing content in high definition, including lack of HDCP support.