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4M HDMI to HDMI Lead Xtrememac XtremeHD - £7.99 - Delivered @ MyMemory + 6% cashback

£7.99 @ MyMemory
Details XtremeHD HDMI cables exceed the latest HDMI specifications to provide the most advanced connection available for your A/V components. With the XtremeHD HDMI cable you can connect Apple TV,…
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7y, 7m agoFound 7 years, 7 months ago
Details
XtremeHD HDMI cables exceed the latest HDMI specifications to provide the most advanced connection available for your A/V components.

With the XtremeHD HDMI cable you can connect Apple TV, DVD players, satellite dish receivers, gaming consoles and more to your A/V receiver or HDTV for unsurpassed video clarity and audio performance.

Don't be fooled by the compact design. XtremeHD HDMI cables are constructed with the highest-quality materials available to give you an all-digital, high-fidelity connection between your components. 24k gold-plated connectors and triple-layer shielded cable ensure the best signal transfer for crystal clear audio and video.
Specification
- Connects HDMI capable A/V components with one cable
- Provides maximum bandwidth for all resolutions up to 1080p and beyond
- 24k gold-plated connectors ensure maximum conductivity
- Durable rubber overmolding protects cable and connector from strain and wear
- Meets the latest HDMI specification and is compatible with all HDMI devices
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#1
are they trustworthy?
#2
yeah used them loads, once they sent me a couple of chocolates in the box. Probably against health and safety now
#3
Is this quite cheap for a HDMI cable? Going to need one about 4m for connecting my laptop up to my HD TV, I'll grab this if it's a good deal :)
#4
Strangely enough 4M is an odd size ....if you look for 5M ones you'll find they're cheaper. :thumbsup:
#5
Ordered, head added.
#6
Good find - just the length I need for connecting laptop to tv.
#7
£4 on ebay..
#8
Just seen a £2.99 Gold Plated one in Home Bargains today.

Sorry... gotta be cold from me!
#9
I've yet to see a Home Bargains store in any town/city i've been to.

I'm convinced it's something some HDUK members have made up ;-)
#10
Is the cable Class 2?

Class 1 = 480/720p/1080i
Class 2 = 480/720p/1080i/1080p
#11
Great deal - just ordered mine
#12
OFI
I've yet to see a Home Bargains store in any town/city i've been to.

I'm convinced it's something some HDUK members have made up ;-)


Damn they're onto us!
#13
But surely it can't be as good as this one!

I mean, it "really does impress with its clear, detailed, realistic picture" and as for the sound well, what is "even more apparent is the sonic ability of this cable"


lol :thinking:
#14
D00nhamer
But surely it can't be as good as this one!

I mean, it "really does impress with its clear, detailed, realistic picture" and as for the sound well, what is "even more apparent is the sonic ability of this cable"


lol :thinking:


Damn right it's not, and people who buy expensive printers and then use cheap USB cables, idiots!
#15
publicnme;6003379
Damn right it's not, and people who buy expensive printers and then use cheap USB cables, idiots!


I agree.. the more expensive the cable the more it hurts your wallet..The more it hurts the more u want to use it to make sure u get your moneys worth...The more u want to use it the more u get brainwashed into thinking nothing is better or comes close...So, that makes it better quality :d...lol :p:p:whistling::thinking:
#16
publicnme
Damn right it's not, and people who buy expensive printers and then use cheap USB cables, idiots!


FORGIVE IM A BIT SLOW. DOES THIS MEAN THAT ITS NOT GOOD TO USE A CHEAP USB CABLE?( I DO, COZ I WORKS)
#17
what he's saying is buying milk from harrods is much better than the corner shop (even if the milk came from the same cow :))
#18
DE4L3R
FORGIVE IM A BIT SLOW. DOES THIS MEAN THAT ITS NOT GOOD TO USE A CHEAP USB CABLE?( I DO, COZ I WORKS)


Slow? You've stalled!! No, the USB cable makes no difference to the quality of your printer.

Imagine when wireless HDMI is out, what will monster do then? Air purifiers so the signal gets there cleaner???
#19
OFI
I've yet to see a Home Bargains store in any town/city i've been to.

I'm convinced it's something some HDUK members have made up ;-)
They are there. Have you tried Spec Savers first? :thumbsup:
#20
cold, got one for £2 on fleabay the other day free delivery
#21
Blasphemous
They are there. Have you tried Spec Savers first? :thumbsup:


:p

Well I haven't seen any in Poole, London, Cardiff, Salisbury, Bournemouth.. is it just a Northern thing?

brendymullan
cold, got one for £2 on fleabay the other day free delivery


Read the rules. eBay is not a valid comparison.
#22
OFI
:p

Well I haven't seen any in Poole, London, Cardiff, Salisbury, Bournemouth.. is it just a Northern thing?
Hmmm, might be OFI. I'm near Newcastle upon Tyne. Strange they don't hold the same range across their stores. They definitely do have them though mate. Mind you, not all the time... I think they must receive stock in batches as there are times I've seen them on sale and other times they've not been there.

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