HDMI to HDMI Gold Plated Connectors 1.8m Cable for HD TV's/ Xbox 360/ PS3 DELIVERED £1 @ Amazon / Electro World - HotUKDeals
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GREAT REVIEWS for this HDMI . iv bought one , and its really good made (better than on pics) was use it for 3D watching , and its absolutely great :)
Broadcast quality digital video, digital audio, and inter-component control signals all in one compact, high-performance connection
Supports uncompressed audio/video signals
Fully HDCP compliant to Provide highest level of signal quality
Fully HDCP compliant to Provide highest level of signal quality
Perfect for both high-definition video and standard video formats.
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2 Likes #1
I've had some of these before myself, and they're fine.

Evidence that those who sell HDMI cables at ridiculously high prices are complete rip off merchants.
#2
Why is there 2 different cables in the pics on amazon, one a decent looking one and the other a normal black one?
banned#3
clnsndrs
Why is there 2 different cables in the pics on amazon, one a decent looking one and the other a normal black one?

dunno . but they are really well made :) worth every penny :)
2 Likes #4
You can't get a decent hdmi cable sub £50....fact ;)
banned#5
realblender
I tested these and was dissapointed with the build and picture quality

lol . like i said , i use it for blueRay 3d watching from macbook to 3D HDTV and no probs with this at all . ;)
1 Like #6
yea the gold plating really benefits digital signals.
#7
Hot need to buy one of these
1 Like #8
croz123
yea the gold plating really benefits digital signals.

Isn't digital on or off? eiher it works or it doesn't?
banned#9
croz123
yea the gold plating really benefits digital signals.

Well actually it gives better conduction and theres also less chance of corrosion so overall there is less risk of a degradation of signal.

A gold plated optical cable on the other hand...


Edited By: KillFelix on Jun 24, 2012 23:25
#10
it's 1.3. you need 1.4 for 3D
#11
oskarito32
clnsndrs
Why is there 2 different cables in the pics on amazon, one a decent looking one and the other a normal black one?

dunno . but they are really well made :) worth every penny :)

Received mine from the 'Obozzo' seller on Thursday and can confirm in the 'plain black' version I received. Excellent picture quality and happy for exactly £1 including delivery.

Also remember this is cable is the v1.3 not v1.4 specification.
#12
oskarito32
clnsndrs
Why is there 2 different cables in the pics on amazon, one a decent looking one and the other a normal black one?

dunno . but they are really well made :) worth every penny :)

which store you choose?
1 Like #13
These are probably junk!

I wouldn't even dream of spending sub £50 on a decent HDMI cable.
#14
Can you use this to run your laptop to the tv
#15
I've bought one of these back in January for my xbox. Been working with no probs at all. I paid 1.25 back then :D

Heat added.
banned#16
Daintyboy
Can you use this to run your laptop to the tv

if ur laptop has HDMI port as well as HDTV
#17
dam! looks like i missed the boat! price has gone up to £1.01 :)
#18
I have an error with my Aldi tv ( lol ) and my apple tv, Trying netflix for the first time brought up an HDCP error. Tried the Appletv on another tv but worked fine. I could get another HDMI cable to test but am thinking its the tv...?
#19
gulp..Shocked at how much **** is being spouted about HDMI cables in this thread....
#20
oskarito32
Daintyboy
Can you use this to run your laptop to the tv

if ur laptop has HDMI port as well as HDTV

Thanks
#21
Weird. I thought my PS3 had died because the games kept jumping and the audio skipping. After some self trouble-shooting, I ascertained it was the HDMI cable that was dying.

Then I went to Amazon and ordered two of these and thought they were ridiculously cheaper than normal.

No surprise I come here and see them listed.

HEAT!
#22
Bought mine...x2 infact :-)
Heat added
#23
the manager of displaymate technologies,
cannot remember the guys name,
he was on computer america 2 years ago,

he uses these.............
#24
When it comes to HDMI cables, ignore the rubbish you get from sales staff.
Cnet.com, Why all hdmi cables are the same/
It is a digital signal, it either works or it doesn't.


Edited By: slharbron on Jun 25, 2012 09:43: Checked info on cnet
#25
no 4k by 2k no buy, you have to be future proof even when buying 99p cables.
1 Like #26
Mallinersha
These are probably junk!

I wouldn't even dream of spending sub £50 on a decent HDMI cable.

Well you sir are an absolute donut
#27
Wouldn't touch this with a barge pole, no triple shielding, titanium core, or even platinum plating! oO
#28
ordered thanks
#29
do they come with a blu ray player
1 Like #30
slharbron
When it comes to HDMI cables, ignore the rubbish you get from sales staff.
Cnet.com, Why all hdmi cables are the same/
It is a digital signal, it either works or it doesn't.


Hilarious, the writer tells us they are all the same and then goes on to tell us that in fact they are not.

Cables which are poorly made are often not able to transmit the necessary bandwidth of information (hence the different revisions) for their certification. The sparkles issue is real and fairly common, especially if you get a slightly longer cable than normal.

Poor cable = sparkles. Some cheaply made (doesnt matter what they sell for) hdmi cables just cannot transfer the necessary information to display a 1080p picture without generating errors.
banned#31
For £1 chances are it going to be relatively shoddy build and cheap which will reflect in the overall quality.

However for a couple of extra quid you can probably get a well made one.

Going over £5/10 and you're just getting ripped off or buying into the **** on the package "Clear Digital Sound" etc...
#32
Uridium
gulp..Shocked at how much **** is being spouted about HDMI cables in this thread....

you and me both the only diference between 1.3 and 1.4 is that it has built in ethernet capability 1.4 is not needed for 3d as i have all 1.3 cables and they all work fine on my samsung 3d tv

In place of the version numbers, HDMI cables are meant to be described on the packaging and cables themselves in five ways:

Standard HDMI Cable: Supports up to 720p/1080i. Total bandwidth of 2.25 Gbps;
Standard HDMI Cable with Ethernet: As above, and adds support for Ethernet data up to 100Mbps;
Standard Automative HDMI Cable: Designed and tested for in-car entertainment system;
High Speed HDMI Cable: Supports 1080p or higher. Total bandwidth of 10.2 Gbps; and
High Speed HDMI Cable with Ethernet: As above, and adds support for Ethernet data up to 100Mbps

im not getting into the argument again but less than 10 foot long a 99p cable will do any more and its worth paying for better quality
#33
So if people are saying its likely to be shoddy build, can anyone recommend a cable that isn't going to break the bank and is good? 10% of the total reviews is one star which does worry me somewhat.
1 Like #34
maximoshark
So if people are saying its likely to be shoddy build, can anyone recommend a cable that isn't going to break the bank and is good? 10% of the total reviews is one star which does worry me somewhat.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/belkin-pure-av-high-speed-hdmi-cable-1250367?view=lastpostread
#36
Love gold plated HDMI, gives me really rich inky blacks and chocolatey bass. Would never go back to the basic ones.
#37
Just gone for it, gone up to £1.03 now too lol! This thread is insane, how you can pay £50+ for a HDMI lead is beyond me!

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