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1M HDMI to HDMI Cable Gold Connectors - £1.05 @ Amazon Sold by Lime Pint

£1.05 @ Amazon
Now even cheaper and delivered to your door.(5 Year warranty ) 24K Gold Plated Die-cast Metal HDMI type A connectors HDMI Rev 1.3 Category 2 cable (High-Speed); Support single-link… Read More
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Now even cheaper and delivered to your door.(5 Year warranty )

24K Gold Plated Die-cast Metal HDMI type A connectors

HDMI Rev 1.3 Category 2 cable (High-Speed);

Support single-link bandwidth to 340 MHz (10.2 Gbit/s)

26AWG Oxygen-Free Copper Wire; Fully Shielded Cable for maximum rejection of RFI & EMI; Double Layer PVC for Heatproof

Supports 1080p HD, Deep Color, HDCP
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#1
1.8 m on ebay for 99p delivered
#2
good price but as above it is cheaper at other places
#3
You need to pay at least £10 a metre to get a quality signal.
8 Likes #4
You need to pay at least £10 a metre to get a quality signal.


will this argument come up everytime a short cable is being sold or were you just fishing? oO
#5
How much will they fetch in cash for gold? :p
#6
Hot. Ordered.
#7
hero2zer0
You need to pay at least £10 a metre to get a quality signal.

Well, this one has a RRP of £20. So it must of of good quality !
3 Likes #8
Some people only want 1m compared to 1.8.

Though, not really sure why we bother with HDMI deals cos you can find any cable for pennies on Amazon or a well known auction site at any time of the day.
#9
thanks - ordered
3 Likes #10
I bought a 1m non gold from poundland and it gives the same picture imho as a £20 1.5m by pannasonic I got from argos. The old analogue scart cables yes expensive, as hdmi is digital the cheaper cables do the same job as the expensive and I am happy with my 1 pound cable.

Edited By: tullos on May 08, 2011 14:16
1 Like #11
People need to learn not to feed the trolls otherwise every so single HDMI thread will turn into a free-for-all!! GAWD!
#12
tullos
I bought a 1m non gold from poundland and it gives the same picture imho as a £20 1.5m by pannasonic I got from argos. The old analogue scart cables yes expensive, as hdmi is digital the cheaper cables do the same job as the expensive and I am happy with my 1 pound cable.

I actually share the same point of view - a while ago I did a test on my PS3 where I bought a £15 HDMI gold cable from ScrewFix and compared it with a Tesco HDMI gold for around £5. Absolutely no difference.
#13
been waiting for one of these as im not sure wether ill get cables with skyHD
3 Likes #14
with hdmi you ether get signal or not , there is no difference in quality of signal since its transmited digitaly, so no matter what you buy you will always get the same quality picture, the only difference is buid quality of the cable.
#15
If you want quality then i would recommend you visit www.audiovisualonline.co.uk. They are even on Amazon.

Edited By: Tabs on May 08, 2011 17:06: grammer
#16
deanos
1.8 m on ebay for 99p delivered


I cant find this, would you supply a link please!
#17
Boxer
deanos
1.8 m on ebay for 99p delivered


I cant find this, would you supply a link please!


cheapest i c it is @ 1.49
#18
got one the other day for 99p will see if i can find the item no.
banned#19
Surely you can still lose the odd 0 or 1 with a bad digital HDMI cable.

Sometimes I get a bad signal on sky when we have bad weather, but I don't lose the picture altogether! And that's digital!

You do get what you pay for.
#20
its all to do with interferance maybe??
crap cable with lots of interferance migth lose a few 0 or1s ?
good quality with better shielding might not?
but if noth in same perfect enviroment then i imagine both be 99% identical

Edited By: ramiuk1 on May 08, 2011 20:02
#22
I killed a man....
#23
Gret Del Hot !!

+ voting for this gets the sh1t Tesco 5p petrol off top spot (yes I hate tactical voting but hate teso's)

Edited By: goretex on May 08, 2011 22:12
banned#24
A £20 cable is the same quality as a £1 cable, it just has a bigger mark-up


Edited By: whatsThePoint on May 09, 2011 01:01: .
#25
Jesus Christ, *facepalm* It is digital. There is no argument, they all give EXACTLY the same picture. You cannot lose 'the odd 1 or 0'. Did any of you lot go to school? Get the cheapest one possible.
#26
A it would cost me more to get than 5p to get into town and go to poundland - i vote hot.
banned#27
If they sell this for a pound how much does it cost them? 5p

It's amazing to think that a 5p hdmi cable will give the same quality of video and sound as a £50 QED cable. However over 1m there shouldnt really be any discernible difference. I usually get my cables from here, but they're £5 a pop, and I was naive enough to believe in their 5/5 stars from some magazine...
http://www.thatcable.com/

Voted HOT, good spot op!
banned#28
hugekebab
Jesus Christ, *facepalm* It is digital. There is no argument, they all give EXACTLY the same picture. You cannot lose 'the odd 1 or 0'. Did any of you lot go to school? Get the cheapest one possible.


What about bit errors?
What about speed of data transfer?
Length of data transfer?
Cable equalizers?

It really isn't as clear cut as a £1 cable is as good as a £50+ cable!

It's just that most people jump on bandwagon when they see a thread about HDMI cables because they've seen other people post about cheap cables being as good as the more expensive.

You really do get what you pay for!
banned 2 Likes #29
hotdealsuk

You really do get what you pay for!

Maybe you if clicked here and paid £1,199.95 for a plug your hifi will sound better too...
http://www.hifigear.co.uk/media/catalog/product/cache/1/image/500x/5e06319eda06f020e43594a9c230972d/u/n/untitled-1_39_42.jpg


Edited By: smiler594 on May 10, 2011 01:49
#30
hero2zer0
You need to pay at least £10 a metre to get a quality signal.

What rubbish. I bought a perfectly good one for £1.75 from Play.Com DELIVERED, and the signal is excellent - seems some people think quality always equates to inflated prices.
1 Like #31
Economics children now pay attention:
A manufacturer produces a product (say a 1mtr HDMI cable) It manufactures 10,000 of these. It costs them 30p each they then sell on at a profit to retailers. The retailers buy these at differing prices, depending on the amount they buy.
Joe Bloggs independent TV buys 2 @ £5.00 and sells them for £37.50
Tesco's buy 3000 @ £3.50 and sells them for £10.00 each.
Other buyers fare differently but still sell the product.
After a period of time the manufacturer has made a good profit as has most of the retailers ( Joe Bloggs independent TV sold none because only a J. Arthur would pay his prices). Now listen! The manufacturer has 1000 of theses cables unsold.They are taking up space which costs money, so they push them out to companies like Amazon at cost, 30p each. They are then retailed at 99p.
This applies to all types of products not just HDMI cables.
Next week we'll be learning about repackaging and how to re-invent a stagnant product.

"you get what you pay for" is an uneducated statement, or commonly known in the trade as 'boll-ox'.

Thank you (I also do impressions)
banned#32
Boxer, I bet you bought the plug too :p
#33
smiler594
Boxer, I bet you bought the plug too :p


I bought 10 and got a reduced rate, so the one I needed only cost £1,100 not quite sure what to do with the other 9 though!!!!
#34
received 5 this morning. useful as spares
#35
Boxer
Economics children now pay attention:
A manufacturer produces a product (say a 1mtr HDMI cable) It manufactures 10,000 of these. It costs them 30p each they then sell on at a profit to retailers. The retailers buy these at differing prices, depending on the amount they buy.
Joe Bloggs independent TV buys 2 @ £5.00 and sells them for £37.50
Tesco's buy 3000 @ £3.50 and sells them for £10.00 each.
Other buyers fare differently but still sell the product.
After a period of time the manufacturer has made a good profit as has most of the retailers ( Joe Bloggs independent TV sold none because only a J. Arthur would pay his prices). Now listen! The manufacturer has 1000 of theses cables unsold.They are taking up space which costs money, so they push them out to companies like Amazon at cost, 30p each. They are then retailed at 99p.
This applies to all types of products not just HDMI cables.
Next week we'll be learning about repackaging and how to re-invent a stagnant product.

"you get what you pay for" is an uneducated statement, or commonly known in the trade as 'boll-ox'.

Thank you (I also do impressions)



your logical thinking is messed up. these days it works more along the lines of:

taking a product to china. telling them you want xx units of the item. they will tell you how much it will cost. they will give you multiple prices which vary on the quality. you then buy them and get them shipped to the uk or whereever and sell them on for profit.

manufacturers no longer call the shots. its the buyers who are in control. you can get the same cable in differing qualities but if you are only willing to pay 30p for a cable then thats the difference in quality with say one that costs 50-90p to make.
#36
hotdealsuk
What about bit errors?
What about speed of data transfer?
Length of data transfer?

All irrelevent for a 1M cable, really.

It makes a difference for longer HDMI cables i.e. 5-10M+ is where you may start to see bit errors,
even then it's not a picture quality issue - it generally gets "sparklies" and blanks out.


Edited By: mikerr on May 10, 2011 13:01
1 Like #37
breeville


your logical thinking is messed up. these days it works more along the lines of:

taking a product to china. telling them you want xx units of the item. they will tell you how much it will cost. they will give you multiple prices which vary on the quality. you then buy them and get them shipped to the uk or whereever and sell them on for profit.

manufacturers no longer call the shots. its the buyers who are in control. you can get the same cable in differing qualities but if you are only willing to pay 30p for a cable then thats the difference in quality with say one that costs 50-90p to make.


Sorry Mr Spock, I can see my attempt at a humorous possibility would only apply to humans.
Its a shame you cant see me, as I'm giving you the finger thing, Live long and prosper. :)
banned#38
Boxer
breeville


your logical thinking is messed up. these days it works more along the lines of:

taking a product to china. telling them you want xx units of the item. they will tell you how much it will cost. they will give you multiple prices which vary on the quality. you then buy them and get them shipped to the uk or whereever and sell them on for profit.

manufacturers no longer call the shots. its the buyers who are in control. you can get the same cable in differing qualities but if you are only willing to pay 30p for a cable then thats the difference in quality with say one that costs 50-90p to make.


Sorry Mr Spock, I can see my attempt at a humorous possibility would only apply to humans.
Its a shame you cant see me, as I'm giving you the finger thing, Live long and prosper. :)


Spock always gave a four finger thing :p
banned#39
You just need to buy what you can afford, it's simple really.

Get the best you can at a decent price, but don't come bragging saying you £1 cable is better than a £50 cable because even if it was, then the people who can afford the more expensive cable wouldn't admit it anyway.

It's like buying a fiesta rather than a porsche, they still get you there, and probably in a similar amount of time, based on speed limits, traffic etc, but some people would prefer the more expensive car, it's the same with everything in life, tv's, kitchens, phones, computers, wives etc etc
#40
OMG!!! Do you people not get it???? ALL Cables are the same - Only difference is brand and marketting. A gold HDMI is a gold HDMI whoever you get it from. Just Google it, there's nothing to discuss.

The people that buy expensive cables, also pay for their Anti-virus! Coz that's got to be better than the free one hasn't it??? - LOL

Edited By: comicmankev on May 12, 2011 22:44: angrybird

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