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Amazing deal for a 1.8metre hdmi cable

1.8M HDMI to HDMI Cable - Gold Connectors - For Use With HD TV's / Xbox 360 / PS3 etc

link: http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B0017RW94A
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#1
Your link is broken
#2
Fixed - good price I guess. £1 shop usually has these if you have one locally
#3
#4
thanks for post. :)
#5
hate paying for somethign where the P&P is more than the price of the item... heat added anyway as good price.
1 Like #6
nah, these are old surplus stock. You need one of the 1.4 HDMI cables for the decent sound quality. For a few pence more try this:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/cable-speed-ethernet-channel-resolution/dp/B003ED3UAC/ref=sr_1_7?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1294150714&sr=1-7
1 Like #7
[quote=tighty]nah, these are old surplus stock. You need one of the 1.4 HDMI cables for the decent sound quality. For a few pence more try this:


http://www.amazon.co.uk/cable-speed-ethernet-channel-resolution/dp/B003ED3UAC/ref=sr_1_7?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1294150714&sr=1-7
[/quote

HDMI 1.4 won't improve the sound over 1.3 but it does introduce an Audio return channel.

HDMI 1.4 was released on May 28, 2009, and the first HDMI 1.4 products were available in the second half of 2009.[54][109] HDMI 1.4 increases the maximum resolution to 4K × 2K (3840×2160p at 24 Hz/25 Hz/30 Hz and 4096×2160p at 24 Hz, which is a resolution used with digital theaters); an HDMI Ethernet Channel (HEC), which allows for a 100 Mb/s Ethernet connection between the two HDMI connected devices; and introduces an Audio Return Channel, 3D Over HDMI (most HDMI 1.3 devices will only support this for 1080i,[110] exceptions include graphics cards in computers and the PS3), a new Micro HDMI Connector, expanded support for color spaces, and an Automotive Connection System.[54][111] HDMI 1.4 supports several stereoscopic 3D formats including field alternative (interlaced), frame packing (a full resolution top-bottom format), line alternative full, side-by-side half, side-by-side full, 2D + depth, and 2D + depth + graphics + graphics depth (WOWvx),[51][112][113] with additional top/bottom formats added in version 1.4a . HDMI 1.4 requires that 3D displays support the frame packing 3D format at either 720p50 and 1080p24 or 720p60 and 1080p24.[113] High Speed HDMI 1.3 cables can support all HDMI 1.4 features except for the HDMI Ethernet Channel.[51][112][113]

HDMI 1.4a was released on March 4, 2010 and adds two additional mandatory 3D formats for broadcast content, which was deferred with HDMI 1.4 in order to see the direction of the 3D broadcast market.[114][115] HDMI 1.4a has defined mandatory 3D formats for broadcast, game, and movie content.[114] HDMI 1.4a requires that 3D displays support the frame packing 3D format at either 720p50 and 1080p24 or 720p60 and 1080p24, side-by-side horizontal at either 1080i50 or 1080i60, and top-and-bottom at either 720p50 and 1080p24 or 720p60 and 1080p24.[115]
#8
By far the worst HDMI cables i’ve ever owned..

Build quality is absolutely shocking.. If you opening the ends, you’ll see what i’m talking about..

While many will work, i’ve had a few of these become faulty as soon as i’ve plugged them in.. Just have to see the Amazon reviews to see that.. While that wouldn’t ordinarily be a problem, HDMI cables have a voltage pin... I really wouldn’t want to risk damaging an expensive TV or AV Receiver just to save a couple of quid buying poorly built cables.

Avoid at all costs.. Spend around £5-£6 for a HDMI cables, you’ll usually get something which a far better build quality.
#9
spritey
By far the worst HDMI cables i’ve ever owned..

Build quality is absolutely shocking.. If you opening the ends, you’ll see what i’m talking about..

While many will work, i’ve had a few of these become faulty as soon as i’ve plugged them in.. Just have to see the Amazon reviews to see that.. While that wouldn’t ordinarily be a problem, HDMI cables have a voltage pin... I really wouldn’t want to risk damaging an expensive TV or AV Receiver just to save a couple of quid buying poorly built cables.

Avoid at all costs.. Spend around £5-£6 for a HDMI cables, you’ll usually get something which a far better build quality.

None of my HDMI cables cost more than £2.00 and ALL work fine
#11
my post works out cheaper

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hdmi-gold-plated-cable-now-1-27-del/843489

Edited By: shadow1 on Jan 04, 2011 19:39
#12
My experience with cables is that you get what you pay for… though the really "good" (ie. expensive) HDMI cables are usually hugely over-priced.

But even if they don't work well, you're only out £0.40p + £0.99 p&p
#13
Geemac
spritey
By far the worst HDMI cables i’ve ever owned..

Build quality is absolutely shocking.. If you opening the ends, you’ll see what i’m talking about..

While many will work, i’ve had a few of these become faulty as soon as i’ve plugged them in.. Just have to see the Amazon reviews to see that.. While that wouldn’t ordinarily be a problem, HDMI cables have a voltage pin... I really wouldn’t want to risk damaging an expensive TV or AV Receiver just to save a couple of quid buying poorly built cables.

Avoid at all costs.. Spend around £5-£6 for a HDMI cables, you’ll usually get something which a far better build quality.


None of my HDMI cables cost more than £2.00 and ALL work fine


Same.
#14
toadoftoadhall


bought this one.... thanks
#15
spritey
By far the worst HDMI cables i’ve ever owned..

Build quality is absolutely shocking.. If you opening the ends, you’ll see what i’m talking about..



This is probably where you went wrong - itstead of opening the ends how about you just use them as normal ;)
#16
userpete
My experience with cables is that you get what you pay for… though the really "good" (ie. expensive) HDMI cables are usually hugely over-priced.

But even if they don't work well, you're only out £0.40p + £0.99 p&p

If when you say 'good' you mean build quality then yeah, however there is zero difference in picture quality whether you get a cable for 50p or a hundred quid.
#17
dmaster2000
toadoftoadhall


bought this one.... thanks


I bought the more expensive one to but it came apart when dvd player fell off the tv stand :(
#18
Ordered but then cancelled after reading reviews
1 Like #19
Infact, looking at them again, I bought 3 of these a couple of weeks ago. Fed the up the wall to my TV, bent them all sorts of ways to get the TV flush against the wall and not had any problems. What are you guys doing with these cables to complain about build quality?

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