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Belkin White Series HDMI 1.4 Cable With Ethernet - 1m - £89.99 Delivered @ Currys

£89.99 @ Currys
A bargain at only £89.99!
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#1
Nice cable, although I wouldn't advise anybody to pay any less than this if you want a good cable.
#2
cheaper on amazon or am i wrong?
banned#3
Holy horse balls... £90 for a cable? thats MAAAAD. not voted btw, just surprised by the price!
#4
gavjbrown
Nice cable, although I wouldn't advise anybody to pay any less than this if you want a good cable.

You do realise that HDMI is a digital format, right? :)

If you don't, might I suggest a fantastic HDMI cable I think you'd love....
#5
Oh dear.....
I have a few £90 cables... but they're analogue. £90 for a 1m HDMI? *shakes his head*
#6
With Ethernet? I don't get it. Can someone enlighten me on what you would use this for?

elkay
1 Like #7
Hopefully, this is an ironic posting to see who takes the bait?
#8
elkay
With Ethernet? I don't get it. Can someone enlighten me on what you would use this for?

elkay


I think it means you don't need a seperate ethernet cable for internet tv's
3 Likes #9
sits69
gavjbrown
Nice cable, although I wouldn't advise anybody to pay any less than this if you want a good cable.


You do realise that HDMI is a digital format, right? :)

If you don't, might I suggest a fantastic HDMI cable I think you'd love....


Cheaper cables have poor quality 1's & 0's.
[mod]#10
gavjbrown
sits69
gavjbrown
Nice cable, although I wouldn't advise anybody to pay any less than this if you want a good cable.


You do realise that HDMI is a digital format, right? :)

If you don't, might I suggest a fantastic HDMI cable I think you'd love....


Cheaper cables have poor quality 1's & 0's.


Are you serious?
#11
will this cable still reproduce deaper blacks with it being white in colour?
#12
Borat
elkay
With Ethernet? I don't get it. Can someone enlighten me on what you would use this for?

elkay


I think it means you don't need a seperate ethernet cable for internet tv's


Still confused. Is the TV supposed to receive a network connection through this? From where?
Or send information to the network? To where?
#13
NeoTrix
gavjbrown
sits69
gavjbrown
Nice cable, although I wouldn't advise anybody to pay any less than this if you want a good cable.


You do realise that HDMI is a digital format, right? :)

If you don't, might I suggest a fantastic HDMI cable I think you'd love....


Cheaper cables have poor quality 1's & 0's.


Are you serious?



Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaand we have our first loser!
#14
The combined ethernet thing is something to do with 3d I think
#15
NeoTrix
gavjbrown
sits69
gavjbrown
Nice cable, although I wouldn't advise anybody to pay any less than this if you want a good cable.


You do realise that HDMI is a digital format, right? :)

If you don't, might I suggest a fantastic HDMI cable I think you'd love....


Cheaper cables have poor quality 1's & 0's.


Are you serious?

What you don't understand is that HDMI is a digital cable; either it works or it doesn't. The only time higher end cable matters is when you are running several yards+ of cable, like from one floor to another or throughout an office building. This is because of the increased possibility of electrical interference; the thicker, more insulated cable will help this. Even in this case it's still either it works or not. There is no "it looks better". The few feet from a DVD player to your television has pretty much 0 interference. The only real time "cheap" HDMI cable may be "bad" is if it was so poorly made, the actual connector isn't the right size and becomes loose and falls out, but I have never seen this happen.

Basically if anyone tells you expensive HDMI cable is "better" for home use, they are making more money/commission by selling you expensive cable or they do not know what they are talking about. Period.

Edited By: lfranz68 on Mar 22, 2011 22:52
2 Likes #16
NeoTrix
gavjbrown
sits69
gavjbrown
Nice cable, although I wouldn't advise anybody to pay any less than this if you want a good cable.


You do realise that HDMI is a digital format, right? :)

If you don't, might I suggest a fantastic HDMI cable I think you'd love....


Cheaper cables have poor quality 1's & 0's.


Are you serious?


Absolutely, if you look at the 0's under a microscope they'll be fatter than usual and the 1's will have will have beards.
[mod]#17
gavjbrown
NeoTrix
gavjbrown
sits69
gavjbrown
Nice cable, although I wouldn't advise anybody to pay any less than this if you want a good cable.


You do realise that HDMI is a digital format, right? :)

If you don't, might I suggest a fantastic HDMI cable I think you'd love....


Cheaper cables have poor quality 1's & 0's.


Are you serious?


Absolutely, if you look at the 0's under a microscope they'll be fatter than usual and the 1's will have will have beards.


thought you were taking the mick lol, just checking, some feel that if they pay a million for a cable they get some extra pixels, Im a techie for sainsburys and often have trouble gettin people to buy the slightly cheaper ones. sad but ill let them carry on .
banned#18
Its those beards gav that is going to ruin the world ...
#19
if they chose to shop at sainsburys then they obviously have a tendancy to pay over the odds.
[mod]#20
itsmeitis
if they chose to shop at sainsburys then they obviously have a tendancy to pay over the odds.


nah we are among the cheapest now along with tesco, we sell all sorts. it used to be that way, i agree some of the electricals can be more expensive but its the same in a lot of supermarkets. have a look more and more JS deals are coming up on here, they have to compete,
#21
Or you could try these for $1650.99 each plus tax and delivery probably
[mod]#22
CyBerman
Or you could try these for $1650.99 each plus tax and delivery probably


Jesus christ lol.
#23
NeoTrix
gavjbrown
NeoTrix
gavjbrown
sits69
gavjbrown
Nice cable, although I wouldn't advise anybody to pay any less than this if you want a good cable.


You do realise that HDMI is a digital format, right? :)

If you don't, might I suggest a fantastic HDMI cable I think you'd love....


Cheaper cables have poor quality 1's & 0's.


Are you serious?


Absolutely, if you look at the 0's under a microscope they'll be fatter than usual and the 1's will have will have beards.


thought you were taking the mick lol, just checking, some feel that if they pay a million for a cable they get some extra pixels, Im a techie for sainsburys and often have trouble gettin people to buy the slightly cheaper ones. sad but ill let them carry on .


It was just a joke, I was getting it in before anyone how actually believes it did. Doesn't seem to happen much these days.
[mod]#24
gavjbrown
NeoTrix
gavjbrown
NeoTrix
gavjbrown
sits69
gavjbrown
Nice cable, although I wouldn't advise anybody to pay any less than this if you want a good cable.


You do realise that HDMI is a digital format, right? :)

If you don't, might I suggest a fantastic HDMI cable I think you'd love....


Cheaper cables have poor quality 1's & 0's.


Are you serious?


Absolutely, if you look at the 0's under a microscope they'll be fatter than usual and the 1's will have will have beards.


thought you were taking the mick lol, just checking, some feel that if they pay a million for a cable they get some extra pixels, Im a techie for sainsburys and often have trouble gettin people to buy the slightly cheaper ones. sad but ill let them carry on .


It was just a joke, I was getting it in before anyone how actually believes it did. Doesn't seem to happen much these days.



some people have moeny to throw away buddy, keep up the jokin around, this site needs it sometimes.
#25
oh yes Tesco. bargain.
i think i'll stick to asda for now, that way i can buy a discounted netbook off tesco with the money saved on my months shopping.
1 Like #26
itsmeitis
oh yes Tesco. bargain.
i think i'll stick to asda for now, that way i can buy a discounted netbook off tesco with the money saved on my months shopping.


and still have money left for the other bargains you never knew you wanted until someone posted it on HUKD ... OH! That's me then ..... Asda HDMI and all ...
2 Likes #27
gavjbrown
sits69
gavjbrown
Nice cable, although I wouldn't advise anybody to pay any less than this if you want a good cable.

You do realise that HDMI is a digital format, right? :)

If you don't, might I suggest a fantastic HDMI cable I think you'd love....

Cheaper cables have poor quality 1's & 0's.

This is true. If you took a record needle to the underside of a Blu-Ray disc, you can hear faint scratching noises that cheap cables amplify. People should try it and you'll see what I mean.


Edited By: sits69 on Mar 22, 2011 23:29
#28
Ethernet over HDMI just means the cable is capable of transmitting ethernet data (networking) over the HDMI between devices supporting it. This means no need for an additional cat 5 network cable.

Useful if you have the kit that does it but worthless (like this cable) if ya kit doesn't.

This is yet another "OMFG it's awesome" HDMI deal that's so cold it should come delivered in liquid nitrogen!

HDMI, as people have said, is a digital cable system. As a result as long as the 1's and 0's get from end to end then a £1 cable will work just as well as a £80 one. Blacks will be as black as an £80 cable and nothing will be fuzzy cos digital doesn't work like that.

As long as the HDMI cable supports the version of HDMI that you need and you don't need a humoungus length of cable then a cheap cable will work great.

Companies make a killing on this kinda crap.

Just like the gold plated optical cables.... I mean come on! Light doesn't need a conductor so making the ends gold makes bob all difference apart from to convince Jonny Noidea that it's a better cable.

Incidentally I had a mate that bought a 1m HDMI Monster Cable for £80... Didn't have the heart to tell him he got ripped... BAD!

Edited By: CyDoNiA on Mar 23, 2011 13:02
[mod]#29
CyDoNiA
Ethernet over HDMI just means the cable is capable of transmitting ethernet data (networking) over the HDMI between devices supporting it. This means no need for an additional cat 5 network cable.

Useful if you have the kit that does it but worthless (like this cable) if ya kit doesn't.

This is yet another "OMFG it's awesome" HDMI deal that's so cold it should come delivered in liquid nitrogen!

HDMI, as people have said, is a digital cable system. As a result as long as the 1's and 0's get from end to end then a £1 cable will work just as well as a £80 one. Blacks will be as black as an £80 cable and nothing will be fuzzy cos digital doesn't work like that.

As long as the HDMI cable supports the version of HDMI that you need and you don't need a humoungus length of cable then a cheap cable will work great.

Companies make a killing on this kinda crap.

Just like the gold plated optical cables.... I mean come on! Light doesn't need a conductor so making the ends gold makes bob all difference apart from to convince Jonny Noidea that it's a better cable.

Incidentally I had a mate that bought a 1m HDMI Monster Cable for £80... Didn't have the heart to tell him he got ripped... BAD!


thanks for the info on the cable, never came across them before.... although yeah i spend ages trying to convince people NOT to pay for sill HDMI cables.
#30
Yes it was an ironic post, as someone says it either works or doesnt get a cheap £3 one instead. Sorry if this confused anyone
#31
I once witnessed a training session in Currys where the manager was instructing the spotty techno clueless sales assistant how to do the hard sell to little old ladies on these overpriced cables.... Shameful robbing barstewards!!
[mod]#32
kar999
I once witnessed a training session in Currys where the manager was instructing the spotty techno clueless sales assistant how to do the hard sell to little old ladies on these overpriced cables.... Shameful robbing barstewards!!


That does my head in, it shouldn' tne allowed at all.

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