HDMI Cable 2m / 2 Metre (6.6 ft) 1.4 HDMI to HDMI Cable High Speed HDMI with Ethernet @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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#1
Cool....what HDMI 1.4 equipment have you got at home waiting to plug this cable in to?

The only difference between this cable and a 99p HDMI 1.3 cable is that it has been tested to the HDMI 1.4 Specification.

How does a 99p HDMI 1.3 cable know that it isn't an HDMI 1.4 cable?
#2
i did my research it has extra pair for ethernet

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HDMI
#3
So will this 1.4 version give me a better picture on my 50" lcd through sky hd ?
#4
Ethernet Channel No No No No No Yes
Audio Return Channel No No No No No Yes
3D Over HDMI No No No No No Yes
4k × 2k Resolution Support No No No No No Yes


It handles 4k × 2k Resolution Support
#5
daveshop
So will this 1.4 version give me a better picture on my 50" lcd through sky hd ?


No.
#6
Is it better than a 99p HDMI?
#7
daveshop
So will this 1.4 version give me a better picture on my 50" lcd through sky hd ?


50"?

You're just showing off now........
#8
Dude1971
Is it better than a 99p HDMI?


Depends on the 99p HDMI.
#9
Dude1971
Is it better than a 99p HDMI?


If the 99p one works fine, replacing it with this one will not make it any better.
#10
the only diff between this and other hdmi cables
is 2 wires are twisted around each other for the 100 mbit ethernet wires
makes no diff at all for your picture or sound

at this lengh 1.3 cables will still work fine for 100mbit ethernet anyway even if they arnt twisted
also this has been known about for a long time
im sure company's making cables have been twisting them for quite some time
#11
daveshop
So will this 1.4 version give me a better picture on my 50" lcd through sky hd ?


Nope

Will my gf give me a better picture after I drink 1.4 bottles of vino?

Usually
#12
daveshop
So will this 1.4 version give me a better picture on my 50" lcd through sky hd ?


When USB 3.0 comes out, will the photos that you send to your printer suddenly get an upgrade & look more detailed & more colourful?:whistling:
Same sort of logic:thumbsup:
suspended#13
nice price for a hdmi 1.4 cable. Some hdmi 1.4 products like sony's 3d bluray player have been announced with hdmi 1.4 support. Will be a while till 1.4 capable players and audio receivers are common but its nice to futureproof yourself for just £4.
#14
withabix;7454678
Cool....what HDMI 1.4 equipment have you got at home waiting to plug this cable in to?
The only difference between this cable and a 99p HDMI 1.3 cable is that it has been tested to the HDMI 1.4 Specification.
How does a 99p HDMI 1.3 cable know that it isn't an HDMI 1.4 cable?


where do you get the cable for 99p it can't be poundland looking for 2.0 metre length cheap as possible any ideas :idea:
#15
fi3nd
Ethernet Channel No No No No No Yes
Audio Return Channel No No No No No Yes
3D Over HDMI No No No No No Yes
4k × 2k Resolution Support No No No No No Yes

It handles 4k × 2k Resolution Support


I agree that the above is the 1.4 spec extras, but any "high speed" cable will do this, which should include the 1080P 1.3 ones, except the ethernet.
http://www.hdmi.org/manufacturer/hdmi_1_4/finding_right_cable.aspx

so the Amazon one gives you ethernet, plus peace of mind.
#16
WasBeen
I agree that the above is the 1.4 spec extras, but any "high speed" cable will do this, which should include the 1080P 1.3 ones, except the ethernet.
http://www.hdmi.org/manufacturer/hdmi_1_4/finding_right_cable.aspx

so the Amazon one gives you ethernet, plus peace of mind.


But will it make the guys Sky + better on his 50" TV??????
#17
timber
where do you get the cable for 99p it can't be poundland looking for 2.0 metre length cheap as possible any ideas :idea:


I got one of ebay at £1.10 for a 2 or 3m. Can't remember
#18
sideysid
Nope

Will my gf give me a better picture after I drink 1.4 bottles of vino?

Usually


lol classic.
#19
i do not understand the fight here. this is good deal for a future proof 2 metre cable. if you can buy a cheaper one on ebay and happy with 1.3 version, it is fine. but nothing wrong with this deal too. it is not £40 or any silly price for a new version of these cables. it is hot for me:thumbsup:

by th way, ebay is not this site's usual reference to compare the price with.
#20
This can also be geared towards people who are burying cables in the walls permanently, best to use future proof cables for peace of mind now even if the 1.3 spec will have some/all capabilities of 1.4
#21
rock2007
i do not understand the fight here. this is good deal for a future proof 2 metre cable. if you can buy a cheaper one on ebay and happy with 1.3 version, it is fine. but nothing wrong with this deal too. it is not £40 or any silly price for a new version of these cables. it is hot for me:thumbsup:

by th way, ebay is not this site's usual reference to compare the price with.


There isn't a fight. Did you read the comments properly?????
#22
As far as I am aware all the latest 3D TVs and Blurays announced this week at CES will have a minimum requirement of HDMI 1.4. So 3.99 to future proof is a hot deal.

Please see here for what 1.4 is like compared to the rest:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HDMI#Version_comparison
1 Like #23
Meh, its £3.99 for a decent cable. I need a HDMI cable so i'm going for this one. Its not above average price and its a nice piece of future proofing.


Hot.
#24
All i am saying is compare it to http://www.hifibitz.co.uk/product.asp?id=8916 £82.41 this is a bargain
#25
Can someone who knows please tell me what the benefit of an ethernet cable integrated into an HDMI cable is?
#26
l33t-krew;7461802
Meh, its £3.99 for a decent cable. I need a HDMI cable so i'm going for this one. Its not above average price and its a nice piece of future proofing.
Hot.

Just what i was thinking so ordered heat and rep for OP and rep for you! :thumbsup:
#27
msharif911;7461987
Can someone who knows please tell me what the benefit of an ethernet cable integrated into an HDMI cable is?


As far as I know, there isn't anything out there for consumers that will benefit from HDMI 1.4. Maybe there will be sometime in the future but 1.4 is currently the same as 1.3 in terms of uses.
#28
Artheido
As far as I know, there isn't anything out there for consumers that will benefit from HDMI 1.4. Maybe there will be sometime in the future but 1.4 is currently the same as 1.3 in terms of uses.


I agree and also they bound to bring out version 1.5 when you have just swapped out all your 1.3 hdmi cables to 1.4 :-D
#29
Hot deal for me.
I have Nvidia's 3D Vision kit so plan to get a 3D ready TV & Blu-Ray player when they're released at a reasonable price. Nvidia's kit is 100% compatible with the upcoming standard & I hate swapping cables around and plan at some point to run them behind the wall so this is ideal :)

Hopefully the PS3 can just have a firmware upgrade to be 1.4 compliant to save me money on a blu-ray player...
#30
i know you can get one a bit cheaper but for anyone who wants to spend less, the same company has a 1.5m cable for £1.99 with 2yr warranty.
http://www.amazon.co.uk/HDMI-CABLE-Eco-Metres-Black/dp/B002MFUGOG/ref=sr_1_132?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1262902311&sr=1-132
#31
eh i might be late to the party but is there going to be 3D tv's and 3D blu ray player cumin out? how come and since when?
#32
fi3nd
All i am saying is compare it to http://www.hifibitz.co.uk/product.asp?id=8916 £82.41 this is a bargain


Wow a snip at £242 for 15m HDMI, now if only they did a solid platinum one..... :thumbsup:

People that buy that stuff are mentals and should be sectioned.
#33
d_dixon50
Wow a snip at £242 for 15m HDMI, now if only they did a solid platinum one..... :thumbsup:

People that buy that stuff are mentals and should be sectioned.


I bet Mr Van Den Hul laughs himself to sleep every night...

http://www.superfi.co.uk/index.cfm/page/moreinfo.cfm/Product_ID/4453
#34
D00nhamer
I bet Mr Van Den Hul laughs himself to sleep every night...

http://www.superfi.co.uk/index.cfm/page/moreinfo.cfm/Product_ID/4453


Even better value at £293 for 5m! I'm wondering if this is a secret government sanity test as soon as someone buys one the men in white coats come knocking on your door! :thumbsup:
#35
jay_leeds
eh i might be late to the party but is there going to be 3D tv's and 3D blu ray player cumin out? how come and since when?
For quite some time now...

Here's some info on the Blu-ray 3D spec decided upon by the BDA: http://www.blu-ray.com/news/?id=3924

The TV's (and Blu-ray players) will be filtering onto the consumer market around the middle of this year by all accounts. You'll still need to wear glasses but, they'll be the modern shutter or polarised type (depending on TV manufactuer) and not the old blue and red anaglyph type.
Personally, I'd not get too carried away by either yet as they'll both be first generation and the TV's will definitely get better with later iterations.
As the spec of the Blu-ray players is set, you'll probably be pretty safe buying a first gen version of them, providing they can be updated with newer firmware. Practically every current Blu-ray player can so, there's little worry about that. :)

I'm a big A/V nut but, I think it's too early for great 3D yet. Even Avatar had issues for me, like motion blurring and only the subject the camera is on being in focus. Two things that I see as detrimental to the high def experience.
That's just my opinion though and I'm sure others will disagree.

Paul
#36
Out of Stock.
#37
Its in Stock Mod please un expire it.
#38
I got this one: £3.99
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B0031P0BFA/ref=nosim/?tag=hotukdeals-21
Technical Details

* HDMI Ethernet Channel
* Audio Return Channel
* 3D Over HDMI
* 4K x 2K Resolution Support
* Gold Plated - Lifetime Warranty


Lifetime Warranty and 1.4 compatible won it for me. £3.99

FYI - after 2 years use one of my ebay cables has stopped working. Paid more then, than I can now from normal retailers.
#39
HDMI Cable 2m / 2 Metre (6.6 ft) Gold Plated v1.3c / 1.4 HDMI to HDMI Cable High Speed HDMI with Ethernet

why does it say v1.3c aswell???
#40
sounds good deal to me at a reasonable price heat

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