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HDMI 2m A Male to A Male

HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) 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.

Our HDMI supports standard, enhanced, or high-definition video plus standard to multi-channel surround-sound audio.

This range of HDMI has nickel connectors and maintains great quality
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#1
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#2
thats so cheap
#3
Nickel connectors? nah, i'm sorry, you need at least diamond encrusted HDMI cables, else the picture quality will suffer tremendously.
#4
Gold plated HDMI's, non-branded, but I certainly have no complaints from Amazon for £1.49.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/B0017RW94A/ref=ox_ya_os_product

These have been as low as £0.83 each with free delivery. Im no expert but I understand gold or platinum HDMI's are preferential to Nickel/copper however I may indeed be wrong.
#5
Cheap as chips and frankly as long as it works nobody needs anything better in terms of quality.
#6
F1_Fanatic
Gold plated HDMI's, non-branded, but I certainly have no complaints from Amazon for £1.49.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/B0017RW94A/ref=ox_ya_os_product

These have been as low as £0.83 each with free delivery. Im no expert but I understand gold or platinum HDMI's are preferential to Nickel/copper however I may indeed be wrong.


It depends on what you are plugging them into - if you're got gold sockets on your tv/amp/sky box then gold is preferable, but if it's not then it isn't going to make much difference. Ultimately, though, you need to worry more about the shielding in the cable itself rather than the connector.
#7
With HDMI, whether its gold plated or whatever, the difference visually is neglible.. Audio wise, I cant say, but definitely hardly any difference visually.. Good deal, HOT!
#8
I bought a £2 one off amazon. Failed within a few months.
#9
does using a hmdi cable improve the picture quality of standard definition channels?
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I got this one here: http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B003551M9K/ref=oss_product - from an earlier deal and it's really good quality for the money.
#11
rsg
I got this one here: http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B003551M9K/ref=oss_product - from an earlier deal and it's really good quality for the money.


cheers m8 got a couple of these with free delivery
#12
So my Poundland ones (bought today in Newcastle) should be equally as good?
#13
hoocheycoochey
So my Poundland ones (bought today in Newcastle) should be equally as good?

As long as they're not faulty, yes.

A working cheap cable will work exactly the same as a working expensive one.

If it isn't working you'll know about it straight away, something will obviously be wrong.
#14
Seems like a good price! Hot!

eBuyer used to sell Plexus Gold Plated HDMI to HDMI cables at between £2.50 to £3.00 each for a long time, sometimes even with free delivery, but they've shot up to £5.99 now for some reason! Perhaps because they're now tagged "High Speed 1.3b" if that really means anything... or maybe it's just the price of gold being so high now or something!
#15
Matt.Wild;8532970
I bought a £2 one off amazon. Failed within a few months.

but dumbos on here have stated that all cables are the same.
#16
hoocheycoochey
So my Poundland ones (bought today in Newcastle) should be equally as good?


Depends really. How much did you pay for them?
#17
royals
but dumbos on here have stated that all cables are the same.

Obviously cheaper cables are more likely to break, but when they're £1 each you can just buy another.
#18
The Gadget Show ran a test on HDMI cables of various prices. The cheap ones performed exactly the same as the expensive ones. You pays yer money and takes yer choice!
#19
You can get 2 for £1.69 delivered from a marketplace seller on Amazon. They are advertised as 1 metre ones but last time I ordered them I received 2 metre ones.
#20
Do not be fooled by peeps on here saying cheap cables are as good as quality cables. If you have spent good money on good equipment i.e. blu-ray player and a 1080p 24p TV then get good cables, not this cheap rubbish.

The quality of the cable makes a difference.
#21
and dont be fooled the more expensive ones are gonna be any better than the cheaper ones. :whistling:
#22
royals
but dumbos on here have stated that all cables are the same.


I'd say the build quality wasn't up to much but £5 should be fine.

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