HDMI Cable Only £1 @Poundland Use full For Your PS3/XBOX - HotUKDeals
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Manufacturer's Description
Setting up your HDMI cable on your PS3 games console
1: Turn on your TV and set its input to HDMI.

2: Make sure your PS3 is connected via a HDMI cable.

3: Power on your PS3 and press and hold the power button for approx. 5 seconds, you will hear the PS3 start to beep, release the power button after the second beep.

4: Your PS3 should automatically configure itself for HDMI video and Audio output.

If you require any further information or help please refer to your PS3 instruction booklet or contact Sony customer services who will guide you through the setup of your console

Product Description
1.5m HDMI Cable (PS3) High Quality Gold v1.3b
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#1
You need an £80 cable :p

Edited By: gavjbrown on Aug 06, 2010 22:12: yes
1 Like #2
gavjbrown
You need an £80 cable :p

And gold plated.
2 Likes #3
Siddas
gavjbrown
You need an £80 cable :p
And gold plated.
Don't talk rubbish! You only need...................works or doesn't.........digital.........20metres.........:p
banned#4
Cheap HDMI works just as well as expansive cable.
1 Like #5
just a note these are only a meter long the discription says 1.5 m
#6
SlightWave
Cheap HDMI works just as well as expansive cable.


oO
#7
You wont get your 0's & 1's in the right order with cheap cables :p
1 Like #8
Cold, you'll get wobbly 0's and bent 1's with a cheap cable like this.
#9
COLD
The cable isn't oxygen free
#10
Monster Cables all day every day
#11
1m? Far too short to make a noose, and these cheap cables snap far too easily!

Monster cables; execution assured.
#12
this has been posted 1000s of times here, cold from me.
#13
Hot but too short for some.
#14
Size isn't everything :)
#15
You could have a 24 carat solid gold cable but all the wiring and soldered joints in the TV and attached piece of kit are all made of base metals ( copper, lead, tin, etc.). So what's the point of a gold-plated HDMI cable? For a quid, you can't go wrong - HOT!!!
[Moderator] 1 Like #16
Voted hot, expensive HDMI cables are a con
#17
Oddly enough bought this earlier in the week and used it today. Quite a sturdy cable and the performance fine and a bonus it is only 1m long.
#18
Very good cables... had for a few months now

Using with PS3, Virgin+ media box and sky HD box.
#19
Cold it doesn't give 3d. Not
#20
This is all DVI (monitor) cables ever costed, and they're identical to HDMI. Ridiculous it took this long for prices to drop, shows how many scam merchants there are (including all high street stores).
#21
FAKE DEAL, you guys will see why
#22
Good price but make sure you measure the distance between TV & PS3 etc. Useless if it cant reach ;)
#23
£1 p/M is the going rate on auction-based sites.. get the correct length! (the vicar was told!) :-)
#24
"use full" instead of "useful", that's a new one.
#25
Why use a pound cable on a £300 console? U pay for what u get,wouldnt touch these
#26
kaiser051
Why use a pound cable on a £300 console? U pay for what u get,wouldnt touch these


If you didn't pay for what you get, you'd be stealing!

The picture is the same on all HDMI cables, the only thing that will differ is the build quality. Unless you're going to use it for skipping, there's not going to be too much wear and tear.
#27
If you need something a bit longer, Amazon have the HDMI King one @ £3 for 1.8m
#28
In case anyone doesn't know already, HDMI cables (in terms of visual quality) are all exactly the same. It's a digital connection, so it's either displaying or it's not. Doesn't matter if you get a £80 cable or a £1 cable, they are all exactly the same.

Voted hot.
#29
bought a couple of these works fine with my x box and sony blu ray player
#30
I have 2 of these and the work just as well as the one I was charged a fortune for when I bought my TV.
#31
Oh no, another one of these posts, My advice, get down to Comet and buy a Monster Cable, only £70 but the picture is 70 x Better.
1 Like #32
hotukdealz
Oh no, another one of these posts, My advice, get down to Comet and buy a Monster Cable, only £70 but the picture is 70 x Better.


I have to agree, if you're on a tight budget then a £70 cable will be just as good as a £140 cable.
#33
doesnt matter how much you spend on HDMI cable if its over 1.5 metres, the signal loses its strength on ALL HDMI cables.
#34
cant edit my last post - meant to say.....

doesnt matter how much you spend on HDMI cable if its over 1.5 metres, the signal loses its strength no matter how much you paid
#35
alanino64
cant edit my last post - meant to say.....

doesnt matter how much you spend on HDMI cable if its over 1.5 metres, the signal loses its strength no matter how much you paid


Unless the cable is a super-conductor. =]
#36
Could you use half for your ps3/xbox? Is that possible?
banned#37
Going to grab a few of these later hopefully. Thanks.

Hot !!
#38
lol, HDMI is digital it either works or it doesnt. Expensive gold plated cables are for complete idiots who do not understand the technology. Picture quality is solely due to your tv.
#39
alanino64
doesnt matter how much you spend on HDMI cable if its over 1.5 metres, the signal loses its strength on ALL HDMI cables.


My 15m HDMI Van Den Hul Cable begs to differ...try educating yourself, IIRC you can hit 25m with HDMI cable before you need any kind of boost.

From the VDH Website..

Warranted for lengths up to 15 meter, the cable is fully compliant with the HDMI™ v1.3b specification, including support for Deep Color, xvYCC colorspace and HD lossless audio formats like Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio.
#40
These are really, really poor quality, use them with your display equipment at your peril.

I tried one and the end connector came loose very quickly and caused my Sony TV to go into a spasm, the cable then went straight into the bin.

Why spend hundreds of pounds on equipment and then not bother splashing out a fiver on a half-decent cable? It really isn't worth the risk.

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