But be wary of any HDMI cable that runs longer than 25 feet as such super-long cables can suffer from signal degradation, and you might find that long cables do not maintain a reliable connection between your devices
Try not to join several together with an HDMI adapter as that can also introduce problems.
Always check to make sure an HDMI cable works with all of your devices, HDMI switch, HDMI splitter, and content types before installing it permanently.
An active HDMI cable uses a small chip to borrow a tiny bit of power from the devices they’re connected to, which helps maintain signal strength over longer distances.
When considering longer cable runs, cable quality becomes much more important.Depending on the actual cables and any other connections in the situation (Cable type, structure, shielding etc.) you may get different results so proper testing in your intended environment is recommended.
Our engineers reference specifications such as this https://hdmi.org/spec21sub/ultrahighspeedcable