HDBaseT Questions and Comments

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HDBaseT Questions and Comments

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Kyle Button
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http://www.avsforum.com/t/1384980/the-unoffical-source-for-everything-hd...

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Great link, thanks for that.

The hope is to help with the problem most people have, lets get some reviews up.

No reviews is the biggest problem. That's the problem I am getting into now trying to research these things before I buy.

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HDMI is basically an Ethernet standard with a stack applied (like TCP/IP...). So changing the connector is no big deal, it's the underlying protocals that are the issue. Plus all the TVs would need to support a new jack type. What would be nice is if it supported a switch or router. Allowing you to really intergrate it into your home networking infastructure. This would include wireless. I haven't read that any of this is happening.

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