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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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oskarito32banned2y, 10m agoFound 2 years, 10 months ago
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john swfc 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.
clnsndrs#2
Why is there 2 different cables in the pics on amazon, one a decent looking one and the other a normal black one?
oskarito32banned#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 :)
OldEnglish 2 Likes #4
You can't get a decent hdmi cable sub £50....fact ;)
oskarito32banned#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 . ;)
croz123 1 Like #6
yea the gold plating really benefits digital signals.
J400uk#7
Hot need to buy one of these
thedarkjedi 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?
KillFelixbanned#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
Bogditzy#10
it's 1.3. you need 1.4 for 3D
Spoutwells#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.
zqwufo#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?
Mallinersha 1 Like #13
These are probably junk!

I wouldn't even dream of spending sub £50 on a decent HDMI cable.
Daintyboy#14
Can you use this to run your laptop to the tv
legend474#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.
oskarito32banned#16
Daintyboy
Can you use this to run your laptop to the tv

if ur laptop has HDMI port as well as HDTV
super27#17
dam! looks like i missed the boat! price has gone up to £1.01 :)
sly200sx#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...?
Uridium#19
gulp..Shocked at how much **** is being spouted about HDMI cables in this thread....
Daintyboy#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

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