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I am building a HTPC for my main entertainment system. The plan is to use Ceton for my HD DVR, and Windows Media Center to put it all together in one interface. The problem I am running into cords, cases and a clean presentation under the TV.

Is there a way to put your hardware (blue ray, HTPC, tuner, etc) in another room, then have the video output wirelessly to the TV? Either via network or antenna/dongle? And then have a wireless IR remote.

What is the best way to do this without sacrificing quality?

Thanks! Tom

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"What is the best way to do this without sacrificing quality?" - Wired, not wireless, connections for quality and reliability. – sawdust Oct 4 '12 at 21:20
    
Thanks Sawdust, whats the best solution with the best quality I should say. – Tom Oct 5 '12 at 1:18
    
From what I have been reading it looks like a super long HDMI cable is what is going to do it. – Tom Oct 5 '12 at 18:50

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