Originally Posted by Bob Rapoport
Bob from PureLink says: HDMI cables made of copper have resistance (impedance) capable of creating data errors in runs over 15 feet. Thats why we sell fiber optic HDMI cables. They can take the signal, with no data errors, 330 feet.
Hi Bob R. typically what's the price range of fibre optic HDMI, say to 50 feet?