How is it possible for you to get that box so close to your tv so easily but yet you need such long hdmi cable?
I have a 50 foot HDMI cable running from a closet to my TV. When I connect DirecTV in the closet and use this cable the TV does not receive a signal for 1080i or 1080p resolution. This long cable does work for 480i and 480p.
I placed the DirecTV set top box adjacent to the TV and used a different (3 foot) HDMI cable and 1080i and 1080p worked perfectly, thus eliminating the set top box or the TV as being the issue.
Is there anything I can do to get the 1080p to run through this cable? Does this sound like a typical issue? Does any technology exist to solve this problem? I want to replace the cable in the wall as a last resort.