I am setting up a new conference room with a large conference table (seats 12) and a 60"-80" TV (haven't decided on which one yet)
The conference table should have connectors to connect a laptop to the TV. I would like to put all the cables in before the space is finished (it is a new construction)
The plan is as follows
The conference table will have VGA, HDMI, network, power, Display port, all in some sort of box on top of the conference table that closes when not in use. End users will use a M-M cable to connect from their laptop to the box.
The cables go to a closet next to the TV. From the closet cables are run through the wall to the back of the TV.
The closet will also have a cable box.
Does this set up make sense? Are there limits to how many connectors you can put on the cables? Is it preferable to just have a straight run from the conference table to the back of the TV?
Another thought I had was if there exists a vga/hdmi to wireless converter. Plug VGA/HDMI cable from laptop to converter, on the other end plug another wireless converter to vga/HDMI the is connected to the TV.
I don't know what computer will be using the TV. I would ideally like to be prepared for anything. If I go with a 4K tv I am fairly certain that I would need to use Display port, as that is the only video standard that supports the resolution.
Thoughts anyone? Thanks.