Belkin PureAV Silver HDMI to HDMI Cable (9 meter) - £9.99 delivered @ Bigoffer - HotUKDeals
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Connectors: HDMI-HDMI
Length: 9m
Manufacturer`s code: AV52300QP30
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#1
Ordered one for 13 quid elsewhere as I was put off by the huge delivery charges of Bigoffers when all I wanted was this. A good long cable at a good price.
#2
£2:99 P&p?
#3
cjdavey
£2:99 P&p?


BELKIN-01638 for FREE delivery ??
#4
Nice hot :)
#5
Good price, but i would still go with a better more expensive one
#9
Jayturner90
Good price, but i would still go with a better more expensive one


why?
#10
hunsbury0
Will this work on my £200 Bush tv & the £20 Matsui dvd player?:)


if both have hdmi port then yes
#11
Jayturner90
Good price, but i would still go with a better more expensive one


are we going to have another 'I would rather spend £150 on a cable cause the quality is better' debates ??

I am using a 10m HDMI that cost me £12 and there was no defference between that one and the £30 1m one I got mugged into buying when i brought my TV

hot for me
#12
madmiddle
are we going to have another 'I would rather spend £150 on a cable cause the quality is better' debates ??


No, that would be ridiculous because the quality isn't better and I have faith that 99.9% of hotukdeal members know that!!
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#13
derrycityboy
No because that would be ridiculous because the quality isn't better.
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thank you
#14
will this 9.1 metre long cable carry the full 1080p signal without signal breaks or losses?

needed a long cable (may be even longer than this) but got different advices about signal loss.
#15
No1_Dave
will this 9.1 metre long cable carry the full 1080p signal without signal breaks or losses?

needed a long cable (may be even longer than this) but got different advices about signal loss.



madmiddle
I am using a 10m HDMI that cost me £12 and there was no defference between that one and the £30 1m one I got mugged into buying when i brought my TV

hot for me
#16
Cold cos it's not expensive enough, my TV will realise this and produce less colourful images...
#17
9m....damn....don't need 9m....

if it were 1.5m I would snap this up, even at £9.99....build quality is good :whistling:
#18
karem_lore
9m....damn....don't need 9m....

if it were 1.5m I would snap this up, even at £9.99....build quality is good :whistling:


damn I ordered a no brand 10m for £7. i wish this was posted sooner.

get some heat still:thumbsup:
#19
No mention of the the cable spec !

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HDMI#Version_1.0_to_1.2

My mate had to replace a 9m v1.0 with a 9m v1.4 after he got a new Samsung LED. The cable had been fine with his previous setup, but once the new tv was installed he kept having video and issues - also failed to auto switch.
#21
No1_Dave
will this 9.1 metre long cable carry the full 1080p signal without signal breaks or losses?

needed a long cable (may be even longer than this) but got different advices about signal loss.


Yes, because it's digital, not analog. Analog signals can experience data loss, whereas digital is 'all or nothing'.
Signal loss in analog cables is (a bit simplified, but then everyone hopefully knows what I mean) when a certain voltage is slightly higher or lower than it should be, which then gets mis-interpreted by your television, which causes a bad signal or a bad image.
The only way a HDMI cable can have signal loss if it no longer functions at all, because then it's so bad that it starts missing out on 'code' which makes the signal unreadable. In a signal like 0-0-0-1-1-0-1-1, there's no misinterpretation possible. The TV can't misinterpret a 1 for a 1.1 or something like that.
The only way this cable can malfuntion, is because it skips pieces of code.

Regardless of what Monster and other high-brands want you to believe, the only difference in quality in hdmi-cables lies in the sturdiness of the cable, not in the signal it produces.
#22
Talicus
Yes, because it's digital, not analog. Analog signals can experience data loss, whereas digital is 'all or nothing'.
Signal loss in analog cables is (a bit simplified, but then everyone hopefully knows what I mean) when a certain voltage is slightly higher or lower than it should be, which then gets mis-interpreted by your television, which causes a bad signal or a bad image.
The only way a HDMI cable can have signal loss if it no longer functions at all, because then it's so bad that it starts missing out on 'code' which makes the signal unreadable. In a signal like 0-0-0-1-1-0-1-1, there's no misinterpretation possible. The TV can't misinterpret a 1 for a 1.1 or something like that.
The only way this cable can malfuntion, is because it skips pieces of code.

Regardless of what Monster and other high-brands want you to believe, the only difference in quality in hdmi-cables lies in the sturdiness of the cable, not in the signal it produces.



THE TRUTH ^
#23
Talicus


Regardless of what Monster and other high-brands want you to believe, the only difference in quality in hdmi-cables lies in the sturdiness of the cable, not in the signal it produces.


Rubbish, the implication that you can just fanny about with some bell wire and it will work because "it's digital" is wrong. That said, if you have a cheap cable that works, replacing it with a more expensive one certainly will not make it any better.
#24
D00nhamer
Rubbish, the implication that you can just fanny about with some bell wire and it will work because "it's digital" is wrong. That said, if you have a cheap cable that works, replacing it with a more expensive one certainly will not make it any better.


I'd go along with that.

Over longer runs, IMO you do need a better quality cable, however, by spending huge amounts does not guarantee that you will get this. Similarly, it is quite possible that even over longer distances, a cheap cable can get the job done...if so, great.

Myself, I opted to buy expensive HDMI cables, but only because the distances were long.

If I were to buy a 3m (or less) HDMI cable, I would look to spend no more than £5.
#25
I couldn't help myself. I just ordered another one :w00t:

I guess I'll have to flog the cheapie one which I havnt even tested yet
#26
which HDMI version is this by the way? hope its over 1.3
#27
montana78
which HDMI version is this by the way? hope its over 1.3


yeah a bit worrying no mention of any version spec, and no other online seller who has this cable for sale mentions it either:?

but couldn't resist and ordered one, along with quite a few other bits & bobs and ended up spending over £30.:oops:
#28
For long runs (over 20m) i would use ethernet cable and hdmi connectors
#29
How do you connect the hdmi connectors to the ethernet cable?
#31
Do the plugs on these go down a 25mm conduit ok?
#32
Any Diamond encrusted hdmi lead jokes yet? I see the links to the £200 leads, predictable comedy of the classic HDMI deals :)

"Either works or it don't", tired of that one also even though it should be known to just about everyone as being fact.

Many thanks

ps : 11111111's and 0000000's and all that, I hate hdmi deals
#33
No1_Dave
yeah a bit worrying no mention of any version spec, and no other online seller who has this cable for sale mentions it either:?

but couldn't resist and ordered one, along with quite a few other bits & bobs and ended up spending over £30.:oops:


I received mine today & no mention of which spec. I will e-mail BELKIN. I think these maybe the very first version of the HDMI cables. hence being overpriced & now heavily discounted. I'm gonna use on HDMI V1 device anyway so should be ok for me :roll:
#34
montana78
I received mine today & no mention of which spec. I will e-mail BELKIN. I think these maybe the very first version of the HDMI cables. hence being overpriced & now heavily discounted. I'm gonna use on HDMI V1 device anyway so should be ok for me :roll:


damn, I missed my Citylink delivery, even though I specifically wrote a note and stuck on the door telling the driver to leave parcel at one of the neighbours:x, Citylink and DPD are 2 couriers who don't listen to instructions! (HDNL & Parcelforce do listen)

I'm using the cable probably mainly for Sky+HD, but still prefer to have at least v1.3 for HD audio for other devices, already got 7 or 8 (version1.3) 1.5m & 2m long cables, any newer ones I'm buying I'll look for v1.4 for 3D proof.

does the 9m cable come in retail packaging? with model numbers etc? weird nowhere mentions spec? have you got an AV receiver that decodes HD audio? try using the 9m cable, set Bluray player to bitstream HD audio to AV receiver, if it works then the 9m cable is v1.3.

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