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Looking for cheap hdmi 2.0 cables. Where's the best place. Need about 4 metre for my new 4K Tv Fam Read More
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banned7m, 7h agoPosted 7 months, 7 hours ago
Looking for cheap hdmi 2.0 cables. Where's the best place. Need about 4 metre for my new 4K Tv Fam
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banned7m, 7h agoPosted 7 months, 7 hours ago
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Sup fam, eBay. Cheapest possible.

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#1
Don't you have some hdmi cables already? The only difference between hdmi cables is the build quality. I got ripped off some years ago with a monster hdmi for £80. Live and learn. I have 2 pound shop hdmi cables and a Belkin for £5 from B&Q. I would buy anything with good reviews of Amazon but if you see a Belkin under a tenner then that will do the job.
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Sup fam, eBay. Cheapest possible.
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wayners
Don't you have some hdmi cables already? The only difference between hdmi cables is the build quality. I got ripped off some years ago with a monster hdmi for £80. Live and learn. I have 2 pound shop hdmi cables and a Belkin for £5 from B&Q. I would buy anything with good reviews of Amazon but if you see a Belkin under a tenner then that will do the job.
yeh i'm not going to get suckered into that one.I just think i need a HDMI 2.0 cable
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benjammin316
Sup fam, eBay. Cheapest possible.
cheers bruv, will they be HDMI 2.0 bredrin?
#5
joetootell
benjammin316
Sup fam, eBay. Cheapest possible.
cheers bruv, will they be HDMI 2.0 bredrin?


They will if you search for them specifics brah.

I got cheap ones from ebay, needed a 20ft one, got it for less than a tenner last year
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benjammin316
joetootell
benjammin316
Sup fam, eBay. Cheapest possible.
cheers bruv, will they be HDMI 2.0 bredrin?
They will if you search for them specifics brah.
I got cheap ones from ebay, needed a 20ft one, got it for less than a tenner last year
nice one fam for not putting me on blast.
#7
wayners
Don't you have some hdmi cables already? The only difference between hdmi cables is the build quality. I got ripped off some years ago with a monster hdmi for £80. Live and learn. I have 2 pound shop hdmi cables and a Belkin for £5 from B&Q. I would buy anything with good reviews of Amazon but if you see a Belkin under a tenner then that will do the job.


Some don't do ARC.
#9
joetootell
wayners
Don't you have some hdmi cables already? The only difference between hdmi cables is the build quality. I got ripped off some years ago with a monster hdmi for £80. Live and learn. I have 2 pound shop hdmi cables and a Belkin for £5 from B&Q. I would buy anything with good reviews of Amazon but if you see a Belkin under a tenner then that will do the job.
yeh i'm not going to get suckered into that one.I just think i need a HDMI 2.0 cable

There's no such thing, the version numbers apply to the devices and the cable specifications haven't changed. If you've got a 4m HDMI cable already then try that as it'll almost certainly work.
#10
I just bought myself an Amazon basics one yesterday and got it delivered today. It is a best seller so should be reliable and price was alright too.

I know Maplin still have hdmi cables on the WEB only deal too but its click and collect and the stores are way too far for me. You could have a look there. 96 pence or 1.96 I think it was they have it up for.
#11
EndlessWaves
joetootell
wayners
Don't you have some hdmi cables already? The only difference between hdmi cables is the build quality. I got ripped off some years ago with a monster hdmi for £80. Live and learn. I have 2 pound shop hdmi cables and a Belkin for £5 from B&Q. I would buy anything with good reviews of Amazon but if you see a Belkin under a tenner then that will do the job.
yeh i'm not going to get suckered into that one.I just think i need a HDMI 2.0 cable

There's no such thing, the version numbers apply to the devices and the cable specifications haven't changed. If you've got a 4m HDMI cable already then try that as it'll almost certainly work.


Easier to say hdmi 2.0 than high speed with ethernet ;) Right or wrong most people call an item by the job it performs. The masses have spoken ;)

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