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Cheapest around :D

Broadcast quality digital video, digital audio, and inter-component control signals all in one compact, high-performance connection

Supports uncompressed audio/video signals

Fully HDCP compliant to Provide highest level of signal quality

Supports 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p

Perfect for both high-definition video and standard video formats.
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#1
Voting hot... found better one for £10,995 for my 32 inch tv, but this would have been my second choice!
banned#2
Cheat carp.....It will never work
1 Like #3
Comet "That'll be 29.99 please sir
Currys "£35 will get you the the HDMI lead you'll need"
UKHD "£1.35 - nuff said"

Hot :)

Edited By: mrew42 on Jan 24, 2011 10:13
3 Likes #4
slamdunkin
Cheat carp.....It will never work

Heh think like that and you'll just be paying more. All my gear is using cheap HDMI's and no problems at all. HDMI is digital and as long as the cable is compliant to the standards of your device it will be fine and you will not gain a better picture with a £30 cable over this.
#5
CyDoNiA
slamdunkin
Cheat carp.....It will never work


Heh think like that and you'll just be paying more. All my gear is using cheap HDMI's and no problems at all. HDMI is digital and as long as the cable is compliant to the standards of your device it will be fine and you will not gain a better picture with a £30 cable over this.


+1
#6
mrew42
CyDoNiA
slamdunkin
Cheat carp.....It will never work


Heh think like that and you'll just be paying more. All my gear is using cheap HDMI's and no problems at all. HDMI is digital and as long as the cable is compliant to the standards of your device it will be fine and you will not gain a better picture with a £30 cable over this.


+1


+2
#7
Simpso
mrew42
CyDoNiA
slamdunkin
Cheat carp.....It will never work


Heh think like that and you'll just be paying more. All my gear is using cheap HDMI's and no problems at all. HDMI is digital and as long as the cable is compliant to the standards of your device it will be fine and you will not gain a better picture with a £30 cable over this.


+1


+2


+3
#8
Super hot, ordered 2 when they were £1.37 and they are very good cables build quality is very good for such a cheap price!

Might grab another two.
#9
I bought one of these and it resulted in audio dropouts. Avoid. Pay a bit more.
#10
slamdunkin
Cheat carp.....It will never work


Been using a super-cheap £7 10m HDMI cable for 2 years, been faultless - xbox and ps3... you have no idea...
#11
mrparm
Simpso
mrew42
CyDoNiA
slamdunkin
Cheat carp.....It will never work


Heh think like that and you'll just be paying more. All my gear is using cheap HDMI's and no problems at all. HDMI is digital and as long as the cable is compliant to the standards of your device it will be fine and you will not gain a better picture with a £30 cable over this.


+1


+2


+3


+4

The most expensive lead I have is a 10m and that cost £8

Edited By: madmiddle on Jan 24, 2011 12:44
1 Like #12
well my lead is bigger than your lead... or that's what the ladies say
#13
thanks.
#14
Ok ur prob all gonna shout at me but I am buying a 3d tv. When my mum bought hers a couple of months ago the Panasonic shop sold her a £90 yes they saw us coming. I decided obviously not to buy that one but is there a huge difference between the 1.3 and 1.4 versions?
1 Like #15
balluji
well my lead is bigger than your lead... or that's what the ladies say

Shame they complain about the size of your knob tho :(

Just kidding! Hot deal, cant go wrong for less than 2 quid!
#16
debbuck
Ok ur prob all gonna shout at me but I am buying a 3d tv. When my mum bought hers a couple of months ago the Panasonic shop sold her a £90 yes they saw us coming. I decided obviously not to buy that one but is there a huge difference between the 1.3 and 1.4 versions?


Not really, all of the 1.4 features will work on a 1.3 cable except the Ethernet channel which you are unlikely to use.
#17
I'm using 2 of these NO PROBLEMS at all.
#18
D00nhamer
debbuck
Ok ur prob all gonna shout at me but I am buying a 3d tv. When my mum bought hers a couple of months ago the Panasonic shop sold her a £90 yes they saw us coming. I decided obviously not to buy that one but is there a huge difference between the 1.3 and 1.4 versions?
Not really, all of the 1.4 features will work on a 1.3 cable except the Ethernet channel which you are unlikely to use.
Im guessing I will need them for the viera cast and the networking capabilities of the tv though?
Will be using it in conjunction with media on my pc too. What do you say is a good price for the 1.4 leads as no way is £90 anywhere near good
#19
madmiddle
mrparm
Simpso
mrew42
CyDoNiA
slamdunkin
Cheat carp.....It will never work


Heh think like that and you'll just be paying more. All my gear is using cheap HDMI's and no problems at all. HDMI is digital and as long as the cable is compliant to the standards of your device it will be fine and you will not gain a better picture with a £30 cable over this.


+1


+2


+3


+4

The most expensive lead I have is a 10m and that cost £8


+5 got a quid 1m on ebay, no problem as well. voted hot!

anyway, is this 1.3 or 1.4 ver compliant?
#20
madmiddle
mrparm
Simpso
mrew42
CyDoNiA
slamdunkin
Cheat carp.....It will never work
Heh think like that and you'll just be paying more. All my gear is using cheap HDMI's and no problems at all. HDMI is digital and as long as the cable is compliant to the standards of your device it will be fine and you will not gain a better picture with a £30 cable over this.
+1
+2
+3
+4The most expensive lead I have is a 10m and that cost £8

= 10
1 Like #21
I feel for people who pay £100 for the cables in PC World :D
banned#22
Spooky. I was looking at this last night. There is another marketplace seller that costs a few pence more, but the order is fulfilled by Amazon, if that makes any difference to anyone.
#23
debbuck
D00nhamer
debbuck
Ok ur prob all gonna shout at me but I am buying a 3d tv. When my mum bought hers a couple of months ago the Panasonic shop sold her a £90 yes they saw us coming. I decided obviously not to buy that one but is there a huge difference between the 1.3 and 1.4 versions?
Not really, all of the 1.4 features will work on a 1.3 cable except the Ethernet channel which you are unlikely to use.

Im guessing I will need them for the viera cast and the networking capabilities of the tv though?
Will be using it in conjunction with media on my pc too. What do you say is a good price for the 1.4 leads as no way is £90 anywhere near good


I thought the Viera cast used a separate ethernet cable and not the integrated one in the 1.4 spec. Very few manufacturers have hardware that supports this feature.
Also in 1.4 is an audio return channel and improved detection for when a 3D signal is being received.
If you have a new 3D Panasonic TV and a new Panasonic DVD player and surround sound then best get a 1.4 cable from flea bay


Edited By: D00nhamer on Jan 24, 2011 13:44
#24
D00nhamer
debbuck
D00nhamer
debbuck
Ok ur prob all gonna shout at me but I am buying a 3d tv. When my mum bought hers a couple of months ago the Panasonic shop sold her a £90 yes they saw us coming. I decided obviously not to buy that one but is there a huge difference between the 1.3 and 1.4 versions?
Not really, all of the 1.4 features will work on a 1.3 cable except the Ethernet channel which you are unlikely to use.
Im guessing I will need them for the viera cast and the networking capabilities of the tv though?Will be using it in conjunction with media on my pc too. What do you say is a good price for the 1.4 leads as no way is £90 anywhere near good
I thought the Viera cast used a separate ethernet cable and not the integrated one in the 1.4 spec. Very few manufacturers have hardware that supports this feature.Also in 1.4 is an audio return channel and improved detection for when a 3D signal is being received.If you have a new 3D Panasonic TV and a new Panasonic DVD player and surround sound then best get a 1.4 cable from flea bay

Cheers for your help. I can save myself a small fortune. The viera cast does have a dongle or can be linked via hdmi straight to PC or so I was told and as mine sit side by side wanted to make sure. £90 is somewhat rediculous to going to go bu myself some more cheapies
#25
My old 1.3 cable on my PS3 works fine with my Samsung 3D telly.
#26
I got one of these on Saturday, BEWARE if using with a splitter it caused all kinds of interference. Once I removed this cable everything was fine (and I checked by reintroducing it and the pixelation started again)
That being said it worked fine for a direct connection between XBox & TV, I think
1 Like #27
titanwars
I feel for people who pay £100 for the cables in PC World :D

Yes me too. I feel a warmth that such lunatics are inside watching TV and not out wandering the streets.
#28
ordered, cheap deal.
#29
Wolf
titanwars
I feel for people who pay £100 for the cables in PC World :D

Yes me too. I feel a warmth that such lunatics are inside watching TV and not out wandering the streets.


Whilst paying anything more than 10 quid is probably ridiculous, the kind of customer who still shops at Comet and Currys for their TV needs are sometimes those who simply do not know technology all that well, perhaps due to their age. Its the dodgy sales people who are to blame for these myths
#30
shareef
Wolf
titanwars
I feel for people who pay £100 for the cables in PC World :D

Yes me too. I feel a warmth that such lunatics are inside watching TV and not out wandering the streets.


Whilst paying anything more than 10 quid is probably ridiculous, the kind of customer who still shops at Comet and Currys for their TV needs are sometimes those who simply do not know technology all that well, perhaps due to their age. Its the dodgy sales people who are to blame for these myths


Not always true. I shopped at Comet because they could price match and give 10% of the difference back against the cheapest price I could find. And I like to think I know my technology VERY well. Just like I went straight next door to Argos to get my HDMI lead (for a fiver)
#31
Grimulus
madmiddle
mrparm
Simpso
mrew42
CyDoNiA
slamdunkin
Cheat carp.....It will never work
Heh think like that and you'll just be paying more. All my gear is using cheap HDMI's and no problems at all. HDMI is digital and as long as the cable is compliant to the standards of your device it will be fine and you will not gain a better picture with a £30 cable over this.
+1
+2
+3
+4The most expensive lead I have is a 10m and that cost £8
= 10
+5

=15!
#32
mrew42
shareef
Wolf
titanwars
I feel for people who pay £100 for the cables in PC World :D

Yes me too. I feel a warmth that such lunatics are inside watching TV and not out wandering the streets.


Whilst paying anything more than 10 quid is probably ridiculous, the kind of customer who still shops at Comet and Currys for their TV needs are sometimes those who simply do not know technology all that well, perhaps due to their age. Its the dodgy sales people who are to blame for these myths


Not always true. I shopped at Comet because they could price match and give 10% of the difference back against the cheapest price I could find. And I like to think I know my technology VERY well. Just like I went straight next door to Argos to get my HDMI lead (for a fiver)


I ment those who buy their expensive cables, I buy electronics from them if its cheap enough!
#33
shareef

I ment those who buy their expensive cables, I buy electronics from them if its cheap enough!


I love looking out for bargains in there, particularly when the staff haven't got a clue one way or the other about the actual value of what they're selling. :)
#34
D00nhamer
debbuck
Ok ur prob all gonna shout at me but I am buying a 3d tv. When my mum bought hers a couple of months ago the Panasonic shop sold her a £90 yes they saw us coming. I decided obviously not to buy that one but is there a huge difference between the 1.3 and 1.4 versions?

Not really, all of the 1.4 features will work on a 1.3 cable except the Ethernet channel which you are unlikely to use.

And audio return (_;)
#35
Don't think there is a time when there isn't a cheap hdmi floating around on HUKD, which i like :D
#36
Nice deal but I would like to point out that it doesn't matter if the HDMI cables are gold plated or not.

Also, this cable will do the EXACT job that the 90quid cables do. Back in the day of analogue signals, it mattered, with digital it doesn't as there is (next to) no signal loss/attenuation
banned#37
May as well buy a cheap bush tv and alba dvd player to go with this cable.

Some people never learn

:|
#38
hotdealsuk
May as well buy a cheap bush tv and alba dvd player to go with this cable.

Some people never learn

:|


Sometimes I cannot detect the sarcam!
#39
A quality offer, heat has been added
#40
Ordered 2 of these, well quick delivery.

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