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Plexus Gold Plated HDMI A/M 19Pin to HDMI A/M 19Pin Cable (Black) 5m

HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) is a specification that combines video and audio into a single digital interface for use with DVD players, digital television (DTV) players, set-top boxes, and other audiovisual devices. HDMI supports standard, enhanced, or high-definition video plus standard to multi-channel surround-sound audio. HDMI benefits include uncompressed digital video, a bandwidth of up to 5 gigabytes per second, one connector instead of several cables and connectors, and communication between the video source and the DTV. It transmits all ATSC HDTV standards and supports 8-channel digital audio, with bandwidth to spare to accommodate future enhancements and requirements. Instead of using multiple of the two dozen connectors on the back of a home theatre component, you use just one HDMI connection. HDMI offers two big benefits: - Instead of needing multiple cables for the video signal and multiple cables for the sound signal, HDMI integrates all video and sound signals onto a single, thin cable. It makes it trivially easy to connect components together. - Instead of converting digital signals to analogue (to run through the cables) and then back to digital, everything on an HDMI cable remains in its original, uncompressed digital format. HDMI 19 Pin Male Connector

Our range of HDMI cables are 100% compatible with all Hi-Definition Standards (720p,1080i

£8.33 delivered or free delivery if spend over £49.99
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#1
Is there any advantage to having gold plated HDMI?
#2
Red Devil
Is there any advantage to having gold plated HDMI?


It doesn't corrode.
#3
still a waste of time . as the steel underneath can still corrode.......also the tv's do not have gold circuit boards so in my eyes a total waste of time.
#4
sexyhudson;1845058
still a waste of time . as the steel underneath can still corrode.......also the tv's do not have gold circuit boards so in my eyes a total waste of time.

oh dear, the whole point is so that the connections doesnt corrode/fuse together, numpty :roll:

i despair with people on here.....will pay pennies for hdmi cables to connect equipment worth hundreds if not thousands, but happily go and buy a 'bag of ****' (for landfill) for £9...so laughable its untrue
#5
HDMI is digital, you only need to spend a few quid max on cables.
#6
Gold plated, one word for that: lol
#7
royals
i despair with people on here.....will pay pennies for hdmi cables to connect equipment worth hundreds if not thousands, but happily go and buy a 'bag of ****' (for landfill) for £9...so laughable its untrue


? What do you mean?
banned#8
To be honest dont see the point

But voted hot because its pretty cool:w00t:
#9
Not bad for HDMI cable! Voted hot!
#10
cost less at aldi
#11
Is there a noticeable difference using these compared to a hd composite cable? for my 360.
#12
Bought 50 of these just there. Will melt them down for the gold upon receipt of delivery of each item.
#13
Justaddwater
Is there a noticeable difference using these compared to a hd composite cable? for my 360.


No not really.
#14
Bargin General
Bought 50 of these just there. Will melt them down for the gold upon receipt of delivery of each item.


Or sell them outside your local maplin or Comet where there £50 a pop!
#15
I brought 3 of these a few weeks ago when they were only £3 each. They are not bad quality for the money.
1 Like #16
Can I just point out to all the numpties that these are 5m (yes, 5 metre) cables, and it's a bloody great price (whether gold plated connectors or not). You will not get 5m HDMI cables from Aldi for this price, and to be honest I'm getting fed up with the multitude of people that seem to be poised waiting to jump on a posted bargain, especially when they have no idea what they're talking about!
#17
Justaddwater
Is there a noticeable difference using these compared to a hd composite cable? for my 360.

HDMI should be better... plus you can't upscale DVDs to 1080p if you're using component (if that makes a difference to you).
#18
anyone know if this is version 1.3 ? I believe there are big differences between the versions ?
#19
From £2.67 HERE
#20
Sphere;1846003
anyone know if this is version 1.3 ? I believe there are big differences between the versions ?
Cable is a cable is a cable. Makes no difference what specification the equipment uses.
#21
I've got a couple of dvi-hdmi cables this length, for around a fiver off ebuyer and ebay. They do 720p60 totally perfectly, but occasionally struggle to connect at 1900*1200 @60hz.

In other words, if you have a device that sends progressive 1080p60, absolute bargain basement cables might be a little too close to the limit, at least for 5m cables. If you're sending 1080i60 they should be fine, as that's only half the data (and of course 1080i50/1080p25/1080p25 etc should be fine also).
#22
mr.velvet
Cable is a cable is a cable. Makes no difference what specification the equipment uses.


Not strictly true as HDMI standard was released so half arsed that they keep upgrading the standard, and unfortunately this means that some cheaper or earlier HDMI leads don't have the bandwidth for a 1080p signal (ie HDMI1.3) - it's all very confusing, as most of the people selling them have no idea either, and hardly ever publicise the HDMI standard that their lead adheres to.
#23
Oh, apologies too if I seem a bit agressive today, but got a real bee in my bonnet tonight for some strange reason. :D
#24
[SIZE=4]Plexus Gold Plated HDMI to HDMI Cable (Black) 2m - £3.55 Inc Free Delivery[/SIZE]

http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?p=1730201#post1730201
#25
go4go13;1846270
[SIZE=4]Plexus Gold Plated HDMI to HDMI Cable (Black) 2m - £3.55 Inc Free Delivery[/SIZE]

http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?p=1730201#post1730201


That's different though, a blind monkey could make a HDMI cable work at 2m. At 5m you're starting to get into the realms where cheapies might just struggle with bandwidth (although not if you output 1080p24).
#26
Yeah, I'm after a 15m cable for my projector, but cost a small mortgage for one that long! :-(
#27
Its not really £5.75 then if its £8.33 del.. I bought mine for £4 inc del
#28
[email protected]
Yeah, I'm after a 15m cable for my projector, but cost a small mortgage for one that long! :-(


Reasonable here. http://ukhdmi.com/hdmi-premium.php
#29
Bargains HERE

15m £19.99, 5m £5.99.

I'm using their £2.80 2m HDMI and £4.41 2m digital audio coax with my Sony HDD/DVD-R/FV to my Pana 50" and Pioneer 7.1 amp and they are absolutely fine. That's the beauty with digital, the cable cannot affect it, so cheap ones are brilliant. To think, I used to spend hundreds on analogue interconnects.
#30
http://www.kenable.co.uk/index.php/cPath/23_110/page/1/sort/4a?osCsid=32e97dfeaaa11bb7607ba224c5a6cc62

15m @ £19.99
5m @ £5.99

Excellent for digital coaxial phono leads too. I'm using their HDMI and digi coax leads and the quality is superb, but then so it should be. Digital isn't compromised by cables like analogue, thankfully. My days of buying £120 phono leads is over :-D
#31
This cable is cheap, but i'd reccomend ebay over this. Firstly as mentioned before it doesn't specify anywhere that this a v1.3a cable so may not work with all your equipment in the future (then again its only 5 quid and you need it for now). Furthermore if i was to purchase a cable, although 5 metres is not enough for signal degradation to occur, unlike mentioned by some randomer above, it would be a good idea to get a ferrite ring/core which helps to reduce signal interference from outside sources. How much of a difference that makes, depends on your TV and your eyes. I recently bought a cable for 2 pounds more from ebay and i can tell you the build quality and picture are nothing short of amazing. Still cheap price for the UK, although if you can wait and want real quality for even less, monoprice.com, a cable giant, is the way to go.
#32
The cables from Kenable have ferrite rings, and a digital signal comprising of 8x 1's and 0's cannot be corrupted by the quality of the wire, only a bad connection is going to affect it. I have personally tested HDMI cables from £2.80 to £80 in my AV system and I am happy to run it on the £2.80 cables. In the days of analogue I used to use Audioquest Quartz Hyperlitz 3 costing £120 a time, and could fully justify them. Thank God those days are over !
#33
Apologies for my duplicate posts, apparently I'm being moderated 'cos I'm new and they weren't appearing so I kept trying.
#34
mr.velvet;1846139
Cable is a cable is a cable. Makes no difference what specification the equipment uses.


you obviously know more than the people who devised the hdmi standard then :roll:

have a look here you may learn something

http://www.hdmi.org/learningcenter/faq.aspx#49
#35
[email protected];1846187
Not strictly true as HDMI standard was released so half arsed that they keep upgrading the standard, and unfortunately this means that some cheaper or earlier HDMI leads don't have the bandwidth for a 1080p signal (ie HDMI1.3) - it's all very confusing, as most of the people selling them have no idea either, and hardly ever publicise the HDMI standard that their lead adheres to.

someone with some intelliegence at last....totally true, but not half arsed, just progression....

hdmi standards are here

[COLOR=#0000ff]http://www.hdmi.org/learningcenter/faq.aspx#15[/COLOR]
#36
[email protected];1846443
Yeah, I'm after a 15m cable for my projector, but cost a small mortgage for one that long! :-(


gulp...yep prob with repeaters too
#37
Repeaters under £40 from Kenable. Next best price I've seen is £60, but maybe others know better.
#38
corradoboy
The cables from Kenable have ferrite rings, and a digital signal comprising of 8x 1's and 0's cannot be corrupted by the quality of the wire, only a bad connection is going to affect it. I have personally tested HDMI cables from £2.80 to £80 in my AV system and I am happy to run it on the £2.80 cables. In the days of analogue I used to use Audioquest Quartz Hyperlitz 3 costing £120 a time, and could fully justify them. Thank God those days are over !


Lol. Spending £120 on a cable is despicable. I mean, £400 on a TV, fair enough. But £120 on a cable? That's pathetic.
#39
For the gent asking about hdmi on the xbox, do it, I have and the difference is night and day :)

On a tangent I bought this cable and I cannot get my surround sound to work with it, it is going from my stb into the tv, I get surround sound when I source from the scart cable though? http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?p=1730201#post1730201
#40
Houldey;1847991
Lol. Spending £120 on a cable is despicable. I mean, £400 on a TV, fair enough. But £120 on a cable? That's pathetic.


I disagree, good cabling can make all the difference. If you get a decent one you'll always get value out of it as it'll last a lifetime and enhance your viewing pleasure. You should always budget about 10% of your system cost towards the right connectors :)

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