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Cheap HDMI Cable

Specs:
HDMI 19 Pin Male to Male, 2mtr
Constructed with UL20276 cable, for use with HDMI Compatible Devices
Compliant with HDMI v1.1 Specification
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#1
This item has "Free Next Day Shipping"

Showing [COLOR=black]100 in stock on 05/09/2007.[/COLOR]
#2
i assume this is the cable you use for LCD TV's?
#3
fleetingmind
i assume this is the cable you use for LCD TV's?

Not quite. It's for HD TVs (LCD and Plasma are the common ones) that can take HDMI
#4
Thanks just ordered :)
#5
Good price for this including delivery :) Thanks!
1 Like #6
Ordered mine at 10:50, was dispatched at 11:48 :)
#7
Thanks for the post

Anticipated Delivery Date: 3 Sep 2007


They may have run out of stock now :(
#8
They have more stock arriving 2moz (see post #2)

But if it ships Friday by 1st class it may arrive Saturday (depending on your postman)
#9
Good price.

I purchased a couple of leads yesterday from this place....

http://www.memoryforless.co.uk/store/erol.html#1X0

Got some good prices on Optical and HDMI leads (half the price of Maplins!!)
#10
That's because Maplins are pirates ;)
#11
This site is great but it really does p**s me off when I find something cheap. Just spent a tenner on one of these 3 days back at Argos :x
#12
gary_rip
... But if it ships Friday by 1st class it may arrive Saturday (depending on your postman)
Spot on. My order has been amended to show 1st Sep expected delivery date ;-)
#13
nice spot

just ordered a couple

heat & rep added :thumbsup:
#14
Nice find just ordered
#15
Just received text msg. Order dispatched. Nice one.
#16
Just ordered a HDMI to DVI cable for £4.25
#17
Can anyone tell me before I order - can this lead be used to connect my HD TV to my PS3? Thanks in advance
#18
Lady Patch
Can anyone tell me before I order - can this lead be used to connect my HD TV to my PS3? Thanks in advance


It depends on your TV but your PS3 will have a HDMI port on the back, have a look and check if there's one on your TV or check the technical specs in the manual or online.
#19
As far as I understand, HDMI cables vary greatly in quality, e.g. £100 HDMI cables (gold-plated?) which provide flawless picture quality. How would one classify this cable - decent, low budget, rubbish???
#20
fi3nd
HDMI 1.1 are not 1080p compatible

HDMI 1.1
Released May 2004.
According to my knowledge the cables are worth around 90p, its like buying a Pentium III and using WinXP in the year 2007

HDMI 1.3a
Released 10 November 2006.[10]
are 100% 1080p compatible

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HDMI


So, are you saying that I should ditch my P3 running XP & buy a HDMI 1.3a Cable? :giggle:
#21
dickslash
As far as I understand, HDMI cables vary greatly in quality, e.g. £100 HDMI cables (gold-plated?) which provide flawless picture quality. How would one classify this cable - decent, low budget, rubbish???


Misconception really, the naked eye will find it very hard to spot the difference from a £100 hdmi cable to a £20 hdmi cable.
#22
cheets
Misconception really, the naked eye will find it very hard to spot the difference from a £100 hdmi cable to a £20 hdmi cable.

How about one costing £4.01 :p
#23
dickslash
As far as I understand, HDMI cables vary greatly in quality, e.g. £100 HDMI cables (gold-plated?) which provide flawless picture quality. How would one classify this cable - decent, low budget, rubbish???


I've been told that they are digital so that they either work or don't and that theres no difference in quality.
#24
Under 2m yeah digital means it either works or it doesnt, you can suffer with longer cables though apparently. Its not like the analogue cables which blur colours etc if theyre cheaper.
#25
russ
Under 2m yeah digital means it either works or it doesnt, you can suffer with longer cables though apparently. Its not like the analogue cables which blur colours etc if theyre cheaper.


Worth a gamble if you dont need a 1080p compatible cable. Gone for one.
#26
Wow cheers :)
#27
Lady Patch
Can anyone tell me before I order - can this lead be used to connect my HD TV to my PS3? Thanks in advance


check if you have hdmi socket on back of TV, i have a new sealed DVI-HDMI cable here you can have no charge , let me know
#28
I ordered a couple and they arrived yesterday

they work a treat

nice one !! :thumbsup:
#29
mikeyp
Worth a gamble if you dont need a 1080p compatible cable. Gone for one.


I have a 1080i LCD TV...would I need a 1080i compatible HDMI cable for better picture quality? Does the cable in the OP classify as a 1080i compatible cable?
#30
yes u require is 1080p / V1.3a HDMI cable anything else is downgrading the performance of your tv
#31
Nice find - heat added
14 left as of 23.15hrs
(Personally I wouldn't use anything but QED cables)
#32
just ordered one thanks!!
#33
Mr-Brett
I've been told that they are digital so that they either work or don't and that theres no difference in quality.



So correct. I really feel sorry for people who go on about "I have gold cables that cost £100"..

I also feel sorry for the old dears in comet buying a cheap digital tv box, and ending up paying more for the cable with dodgy sales techniques.
#34
... just 3 left now! (23:00 Sun 9th Sept.)
#35
Fi3nd, I think you are somewhat misinformed with your views about people supposedly "needing" HDMI v1.3. Have a read of this:

http://www.highdefdigest.com/news/show/853

So, after all that, what does HDMI 1.3 truly gain the HD DVD or Blu-ray consumer that couldn't be gotten from any of the previous existing versions of HDMI? Frankly, not a lot. 1.3 offers the ability to transmit extended color ranges that don't even exist in the source, and makes available the delivery of raw audio bitstreams that are better off decoded inside the player first anyway, after which they can be (and currently are with great success) transmitted as uncompressed PCM by any version of HDMI. Honestly, the only real innovation that HDMI 1.3 allows for is the enhanced lip sync correction feature, and there's no indication of when or how that might be implemented.

If you were buying a new HDTV or A/V receiver right now and wanted to feel thoroughly future-proofed, it certainly couldn't hurt to make sure that they're HDMI 1.3 compliant, but there's no reason to feel nervous or cheated if they aren't. At the present time, for all practical applications, any version of HDMI is perfectly capable of transmitting the best that Blu-ray or HD DVD offers just as well as any other. Unfortunately, HDMI 1.3 is more hype than substance.

HDMI v1.3 is not the be all and end all, and with the majority of features not even applicable to current sources, I hardly see how using v1.1 and v1.2 "downgrades the performance of your TV" :roll: .
#36
SPARTAN086 Mike
Fi3nd, I think you are somewhat misinformed with your views about people supposedly "needing" HDMI v1.3. Have a read of this:

http://www.highdefdigest.com/news/show/853



HDMI v1.3 is not the be all and end all, and with the majority of features not even applicable to current sources, I hardly see how using v1.1 and v1.2 "downgrades the performance of your TV" :roll: .


I thought as much! My mate has the new 32" Sony Bravia LCD and he bought a £85 "gold-plated" HDMI cable with it (the salesman at John Lewis informed him that "the picture quality would be 1.5 times better if he used this "top-of-the-range HDMI cable" in conjunction with the LCD). Anyway, I have a Toshiba 32" LCD and the picture quality on mine is as good, if not better, than his and I purchased my HDMI cable for £1.99!
#37
that's because the cost of the cable is irrelevant unless you're moving analog data.

digital cables work or they don't ....spending £1000 on a gold plated bling cable will product the exact same picture as a £2 one from argos

i :giggle: at anyone who believes differently.
#38
dickslash
I thought as much! My mate has the new 32" Sony Bravia LCD and he bought a £85 "gold-plated" HDMI cable with it (the salesman at John Lewis informed him that "the picture quality would be 1.5 times better if he used this "top-of-the-range HDMI cable" in conjunction with the LCD). Anyway, I have a Toshiba 32" LCD and the picture quality on mine is as good, if not better, than his and I purchased my HDMI cable for £1.99!


Its terrible that salesmen can still get away with this. It was true with analogue cables and the markup must have been loads so they must find it hard to tell the truth about HDMI cables! :x
#39
right i'm after a HDMI cable, will this work with the ps3 and will i get the full power of the ps3 from this cable or shall i just buy the official ps3 HDMI cable?
#40
fi3nd
yes u require is 1080p / V1.3a HDMI cable anything else is downgrading the performance of your tv



lol...cables do not implement 1.3a

cables with 1.3a on them are just trying to decieve or reassure you that it is compatible with the latest spec

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