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1 metre length is as much you should need.
latest 1.4a version.
Sutiable for Plasma utp 600 Hz.
5 star rated by Amazon reviewers with good feeback.
At the £10 bracket for HDMI cables which should be the limit unles your a technophile prepared to pay £100.
If your happy with your £1 poundstrecher cable then I don't know what your doing with HD channels, Blu-ray or 3D TV !!!! no offense intended.

Some others are slightly cheaper but for the build quality and feedback alone this gets my vouch for a hot deal for the quality.

1.5m cable is 50p more and the 2m cable (if really needed) is just £1 more.

Product Features
HDMI 1.4a Version ALSO COMPATIBLE WITH 1.3c/1.3b/1.3 devices and Supports 3D
High Speed with Ethernet,Audio Ruturn Channel
FULL HD 1080p also Supports 4K x 2K Video and more color spare
24K Gold Plated with 99.99% Oxygen Free Copper Conductor
Suitable for 50Hz,100Hz,200Hz LCD/LED HD Tvs, and Upto 600Hz HD Plasma Tv's. Length:1Meter(3.2ft)
Technical Details
15.8 Gbps is the highest HDMI data transfer rate
Ideal for advanced HDTV's with XVYCC colour (also called x.v.Colour)
Quality v1.3b/CAT-2 HDMI Cable
Full 19pins connected for 100% compatibility
Nylon Braided (EMC),Multi-shielded cable
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the_mongoose_man#1
I'm worried about realblender posting on here before i do, voted cold. LOL not a good deal but it's all good fun ;)
jukkie#2
There's a big chill coming, and I'm not talking about Winter.
ollieh1#3
flashpanther
1.5m cable is 50p more and the 2m cable (if really needed) is just £1 more.


So surely a 50% longer cable for 50p more and 100% longer cable for £1 more is better.

If you're going to spend a silly amount of money on a pretty cable it may as well be a long and pretty cable.

Edited By: ollieh1 on Oct 11, 2011 19:57
goldiminator#4
COLD
fattyuksuspended#5
there was a deal th other week for a fiver oO

but these are amazing seriously worth the money....dr dre told me!

only giving my personal informative information not a goggle search and copy and paste.
fattyuksuspended 1 Like #6
ignore me there was a deal for 2.65 5 hours ago


http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/basic-3m-hdmi-cable-version-1-4a-2-65-amazon-hdcentral-1034435

Edited By: fattyuk on Oct 11, 2011 20:10
flashpanther#7
The longer the cable the greater the chance for degrading image quality. Who keeps the TV more than a metre from a receiver/player (unless it's mounted high on a wall)?

Product features pasted on deal to read.

Sorry... my first freeze. I should have known there was a same spec cable with better reviews and price elsewhere. lol. Anyone got the link please? Pref amazon so I can use my free £20 voucher from lovefilm for free cables (scourchio pmsl).
flashpanther 1 Like #8

Like comparing a DVD deal to a Blu-ray deal. It just ain't happening.
Retro89#9
Unless its for 99p a HDMI Cable deal will never get hot.


*Awaits someone to post a link to one that did get hot*
jukkie 1 Like #10
flashpanther

Like comparing a DVD deal to a Blu-ray deal. It just ain't happening.
What a stupid analogy.
DVD and Blu-ray have difference performance, hence the difference in price.
Cheap HDMI cables and and expensive HDMI cables perform exactly the same, this has been proven many times...


flashpanther
The longer the cable the greater the chance for degrading image quality.
It would have to be 5m+ to cause any noticable degradation.


Edited By: jukkie on Oct 11, 2011 20:25
flashpanther#11
Retro89
Unless its for 99p a HDMI Cable deal will never get hot.


*Awaits someone to post a link to one that did get hot*


Your absolutely right. Dunno why I even bothered sharing now. Sorry.
flashpanther#12
jukkie
flashpanther

Like comparing a DVD deal to a Blu-ray deal. It just ain't happening.
What a stupid analogy.
DVD and Blu-ray have difference performance, hence the difference in price.
Cheap HDMI cables and and expensive HDMI cables perform exactly the same.


flashpanther
The longer the cable the greater the chance for degrading image quality.
It would have to be 5m+ to cause any noticable degradation.

I kind of gathered you believed there is no diffence in image quality from a budget cable to high spec one from the previous comments lol.
jukkie 1 Like #13
flashpanther
jukkie
flashpanther

Like comparing a DVD deal to a Blu-ray deal. It just ain't happening.
What a stupid analogy.
DVD and Blu-ray have difference performance, hence the difference in price.
Cheap HDMI cables and and expensive HDMI cables perform exactly the same.


flashpanther
The longer the cable the greater the chance for degrading image quality.
It would have to be 5m+ to cause any noticable degradation.

I kind of gathered you believed there is no diffence in image quality from a budget cable to high spec one from the previous comments lol.
This is no difference, it's been proven many times. Hence the reason 99.9% of HUKD members point and laugh at people who think otherwise.
jut1972 1 Like #14
jukkie
flashpanther
jukkie
flashpanther


Like comparing a DVD deal to a Blu-ray deal. It just ain't happening.

What a stupid analogy.
DVD and Blu-ray have difference performance, hence the difference in price.
Cheap HDMI cables and and expensive HDMI cables perform exactly the same.


flashpanther
The longer the cable the greater the chance for degrading image quality.

It would have to be 5m+ to cause any noticable degradation.


I kind of gathered you believed there is no diffence in image quality from a budget cable to high spec one from the previous comments lol.

This is no difference, it's been proven many times. Hence the reason 99.9% of HUKD members point and laugh at people who think otherwise.


point and laugh at me then, I have a cheap cable which works sometimes in my AV set up. More expensive cables 5-10 quid work every time. The cheap cable drops the signal after a few seconds. Those that dont believe it will never believe it till they see it with their own eyes. And dropping connections isnt a placebo before you suggest that.

let the flaming begin.
jukkie 1 Like #15
realblender
You only need to read all the negative reviews on amazon for the cheap cables. Between 10%-20% usually. Above poster is totally right.
http://www.amazon.co.uk/iBox-Connectors-BLU-RAY-PLASMA-VIRGIN/dp/B001U1II34/ref=sr_1_6?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1318362131&sr=1-6

Yes, yes, look at all those negative rev....oh wait.
nublets2k 2 Likes #16
realblender
You only need to read all the negative reviews on amazon for the cheap cables. Between 10%-20% usually. Above poster is totally right.

stop stirring the ****. :p
jut1972

point and laugh at me then, I have a cheap cable which works sometimes in my AV set up. More expensive cables 5-10 quid work every time. The cheap cable drops the signal after a few seconds. Those that dont believe it will never believe it till they see it with their own eyes. And dropping connections isnt a placebo before you suggest that.

let the flaming begin.
are you sure you're plugging these into the right sockets?



Edited By: nublets2k on Oct 11, 2011 20:55
jukkie#17
nublets2k
realblender
You only need to read all the negative reviews on amazon for the cheap cables. Between 10%-20% usually. Above poster is totally right.
stop stirring the ****. :p
jut1972

point and laugh at me then, I have a cheap cable which works sometimes in my AV set up. More expensive cables 5-10 quid work every time. The cheap cable drops the signal after a few seconds. Those that dont believe it will never believe it till they see it with their own eyes. And dropping connections isnt a placebo before you suggest that.

let the flaming begin.
are you sure you're plugging these into the right sockets?


Indeed, I've bought a bunch of the £1.50 or less HDMI cables from Amazon, and all have worked flawlessly (some are now 2-3 yrs old and still going strong).
the coffee man 1 Like #18
unless you need HDMI 1.4a then go to poundland.

lol this is so cold i bought a snow shovel today ( I realy did ) oO
alvinwallop 1 Like #19
Any better than a poundland lead ,which will work exactly the same ?

Braided - means the lead will be very stiff and hard to route behind tv.
Metal ends - to heavy for a small hdmi socket ,the braiding will also make the lead stick out further ,increasing the original weight .
Gold plated ends - Yes most of these leads have them but do they make a difference ? Has your tv got gold plated sockets? What happens when the plating wears after unplugging a few times - even worse connection .
No good if tv up against a wall - the lead won't bend enough..
All leads fail , there are poor reviews for this one aswell , although it is probably mostly due to the handling of them rather than the manufacture , regardless of the make.
I'll stick with a much easier and lighter poundland one thanks , havn't had any problems and don't expect to get any .
jut1972#20
nublets2k
realblender
You only need to read all the negative reviews on amazon for the cheap cables. Between 10%-20% usually. Above poster is totally right.

stop stirring the ****. :p
jut1972

point and laugh at me then, I have a cheap cable which works sometimes in my AV set up. More expensive cables 5-10 quid work every time. The cheap cable drops the signal after a few seconds. Those that dont believe it will never believe it till they see it with their own eyes. And dropping connections isnt a placebo before you suggest that.

let the flaming begin.
are you sure you're plugging these into the right sockets?




said the bishop to the actress.
Yes.
but feel free to ignore.

p.s. got a QED performance HDMI from Tescos the other day for 3.55. Bargain. Or not, depending on your point of view.

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