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1m HDMI cable £1.99 delivered @ Sendit

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5y, 11m agoFound 5 years, 11 months ago
BEST Gold HDMI A Male - A Male 1 Mtr

HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) V1.3 specification that combines video and audio into a single digital interface for use with DVD players, digital television (DTV) players, set-top boxes, and other audiovisual devices.

Our HDMI supports standard, enhanced, or high-definition video plus standard to multi-channel surround-sound audio.

This range of HDMI Cables have gold connectors for best quality connection.

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#1
Can't say with any certainty, so voted hot for the price, but this looks very similar to a couple, I purchased before, and both have intermittent issues.
#2
Soso price, I usually get mine from fleebay from fareast for around the same price and have been happy with quality.
also, this is only 1m which for me would be too short. Lukewarm.
#3
poundland sells them
#4
sufchenko
poundland sells them


I would say the same, but the last three I've bought from there either didn't work, or had a dodgy connection somewhere
#5
I wouldn't bother....I got one of these last year

They might advertise a BEST branded item, but what you will get is a generic average cable
.
Put me off using Sendit ever again. Can't stand firms which con people!:(
#6
sufchenko
poundland sells them


Ocassionally, not last time I looked.
#7
The newest version is 1.4. which you need for TV's with 3D.
#8
£1.47 on amazon for a 1.8m
#9
bubblegum2910
The newest version is 1.4. which you need for TV's with 3D.


don't strictly need, but it can help.
#10
Bought one in Poundland last week for my xbox. No problems with it.
#11
Faythur
I wouldn't bother....I got one of these last year

They might advertise a BEST branded item, but what you will get is a generic average cable
.
Put me off using Sendit ever again. Can't stand firms which con people!:(
It is a hdmi cable made by a company calling themselves BEST, no? Just because a company is called BEST doesn't mean they are the best. Are you one of those people who sees a sign saying WORLDS GREATEST PIZZA and is truly disappointed when it is not? haha.
#12
ro53ben
bubblegum2910
The newest version is 1.4. which you need for TV's with 3D.


don't strictly need, but it can help.
You need it for 1080p 3D, because 3D tv gives two images and 1.3 can only handle one at 1080p not two
#13
Voted hot, because most cheap ones are way too long and so look a mess.
Who has a source 2m away from their TV?
1 Like #14
£1.45 for 1.8m delivered Amazon worked fine with my XBox.
#15
MIDURIX
ro53ben
bubblegum2910
The newest version is 1.4. which you need for TV's with 3D.


don't strictly need, but it can help.
You need it for 1080p 3D, because 3D tv gives two images and 1.3 can only handle one at 1080p not two
Im using a cheap 1.3 atm and it seems to work fine?
#16
I have just bought a tv for xmas, it said would i also like one of these? I said no. Do i need one? thanks and what for.
#17
Voted cold.

I got one from Amazon yesterday for £1.48 and it is 1.8M.

This isn't a great deal
#18
superskilly
I have just bought a tv for xmas, it said would i also like one of these? I said no. Do i need one? thanks and what for.
Depends what you want to connect your TV to.
#19
bubblegum2910
The newest version is 1.4. which you need for TV's with 3D.

MIDURIX
ro53ben
bubblegum2910
The newest version is 1.4. which you need for TV's with 3D.


don't strictly need, but it can help.
You need it for 1080p 3D, because 3D tv gives two images and 1.3 can only handle one at 1080p not two


There is no such thing as a 1.4 HDMI cable. 1.4 refers to the capability on the port on the device.
There is however 1.3 with Ethernet which is suitable for 3DTV although it is debatable whether it is actually needed as most decent 1.3 cables have the bandwith available.
#20
I bought 3 from Amazon on Sat for less than a fiver delivered, 1.8m as mentioned.
#21
Rubisco
superskilly
I have just bought a tv for xmas, it said would i also like one of these? I said no. Do i need one? thanks and what for.
Depends what you want to connect your TV to.


Wait until you know what you're connecting. (e.g. PS3)
I bought a cable ages ago.
Came to use it with my new Sony HD camcorder - it was too big!
Some devices use smaller HDMI D (or HDMI mini) connectors.
1 Like #22
Cant see why this is so hot?

Just last week bought a 1.8m gold plated HDMI cable for £1.42 delivered via Amazon - http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B0017RW94A/ref=oss_product
#23
snapdragon
Voted hot, because most cheap ones are way too long and so look a mess.
Who has a source 2m away from their TV?


I just got a 5meter one for £5 from Zavvi, to use laptop on HDTV
#24
I need to connect an xbox 360 (with kinect) and a hd free sat box how many cables would I need? When I bought the telly, the guy wanted to sell me a cable for £20 is there a huge difference in picture quality with these cheap ones as oppose to the more expensive??

God I'm hopeless....
#25
Voted cold as ordered a 1.8M from Amazon for £1.39 :)

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