3PACK Philips High Speed ​​HDMI 3D 4K 1.8 metre cables RRP £74.97 NOW £17.90 delivered @ iBOOD. - HotUKDeals
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While the RRP is nowhere deserved, this seems like a scorching deal for a pack of 3 branded gold-plated HDMI's which are 1.8 metres in length!

They support 4x1080p video resolutions and more. They are also equipped with an Ethernet channel for your ethernet devices and they support all 3D video formats. Also they support the transmission of digital audio data to a surround audio system by a TV with built-in tuner and HDMI connection. So you won't need a separate audio cable.

Brand: Philips
Type: 3PACK High Speed ​​HDMI 2.0 cables
HDMI Ethernet Channel (HEC)
Video resolution than 4x1080p
Suitable for 3D
Audio Return Channel (ARC)
Signal degradation is minimized with gold plated connectors
Bare copper shielding
Slip ergonomic grip for easy use
Molded plug for secure connections
Flexible PVC jacket
Length: 1.8m
Warranty: 2 years
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#1
You were in there quick with this one!! :) I just received the email too. Do you think this is a good deal?
#2
HotJG
Do you think this is a good deal?


For gods sake
1 Like #3
HotJG
You were in there quick with this one!! :) I just received the email too. Do you think this is a good deal?

ajavaid92
HotJG
You were in there quick with this one!! :) I just received the email too. Do you think this is a good deal?

Hehe. :) Personally, I find this quite a decent deal, considering this is branded set of HDMI cables which are 1.8 metres in length. Gold plated and all, so it carries all the bells and whistles you'd expect! :D

Well not really a good deal considering you can get 3 1.4 3m branded HDMI cables for £13 or even less.
1 Like #4
Get your blanket out...
#5
tfish
HotJG
Do you think this is a good deal?


For gods sake

?? I was just wondering...not being sarcastic... :)
2 Likes #6
Gold plating does not improve transmission with HDMI cables, the signal is either there or it isn't, a 0 or a 1. Although I wouldn't use the cables for a quid from poundland (as the connector casing will often fall apart), I would not pay this amount as it is almost entirely unneccessary. £3 for a HDMI cable would be my limit.

I hope that gives a little insight why people may be voting cold.

Edited By: speric07 on Jun 20, 2014 08:19
#7
speric07
Gold plating does not improve transmission with HDMI cables, the signal is either there or it isn't, a 0 or a 1. Although I wouldn't use the cables for a quid from poundland (as the connector casing will often fall apart), I would not pay this amount as it is almost entirely unneccessary. £3 for a HDMI cable would be my limit.

I hope that gives a little insight why people may be voting cold.


I would stay away from the generic looking ones but the Belkin ones are rather good quality if you can get them
1 Like #8
speric07
Gold plating does not improve transmission with HDMI cables, the signal is either there or it isn't, a 0 or a 1.

Here we go again. Gold plating DOES remove the risk of tarnishing on the connectors which would stop a signal getting through (a bit like if you 'twizzle' batteries where the contacts are corroded, the device magically starts working again.
#9
Roger_Irrelevant
speric07
Gold plating does not improve transmission with HDMI cables, the signal is either there or it isn't, a 0 or a 1.
Here we go again. Gold plating DOES remove the risk of tarnishing on the connectors which would stop a signal getting through (a bit like if you 'twizzle' batteries where the contacts are corroded, the device magically starts working again.

Living up to your name again ...
#10
Frisnit Frisnit.
2 Likes #11
I would like you to give me an example of where a cable had tarnished to the point it no longer works? Heck, you would still be using something from the 1960's if that was the case. By the time technology moves on you would throw the cable away before it had a chance to tarnish to the point it caused a signal interrupt.

Gold plated, meh.....

I am not saying I would not prefer a gold plated one, but at a massive mark up, no thanks.
#12
Got a drawer full of various length gold plated HDMI leads from numerous amazon deals, they may not be branded but they work!
#13
NEtech
I would like you to give me an example of where a cable had tarnished to the point it no longer works?

My Android stb came with a cheap (not gold plated connectors) HDMI cable, occasionally the display would freeze, showing corrupt display. Pulling the connector in and out of the box/tv would fix it.

Replaced with a gold plated one, hasn't done it since. Tested with the cheapy one again recently, same thing happened.

Inb4 "Probably a dodgy lead", no, because moving it in and out would fix it for a while.
#14
Roger_Irrelevant
NEtech
I would like you to give me an example of where a cable had tarnished to the point it no longer works?

My Android stb came with a cheap (not gold plated connectors) HDMI cable, occasionally the display would freeze, showing corrupt display. Pulling the connector in and out of the box/tv would fix it.

Replaced with a gold plated one, hasn't done it since. Tested with the cheapy one again recently, same thing happened.

Inb4 "Probably a dodgy lead", no, because moving it in and out would fix it for a while.

Probably a dodgy lead. ;)

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