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Just Simple HDMI Cable 1.5m

This 1.5 meter HDMI lead connects your High Definition TV to your home cinema system. It carries both audio and video signals without compressing them, so the resulting quality is crystal clear.

Delivery : 3 to 5 working days

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£2.99 DELIVERED

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This HDMI lead is designed to carry all of your Audio and Video signals for your Home Cinema set up.
Normal cables such as scart leads compress the signal so that it can be sent through the cable, HDMI cables do not compress and signals, audio or video, so the resulting sound and images are crystal clear.
They also reduce the number of cables required to maximise potential of your home set up.

* Please check your system is HD ready before purchasing this lead.
* [V1.3] is the latest version of the HDMI cable, it will work with all HDMI ready products.
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JS HD>HD 1.5M
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#1
nice find!! ordered one already.

i've just been searching for one with a decent length with a nice price.
#2
Excellent find - needed two and was away to order them for £5 each off Play


thanks!
#3
Ok price is you don't mind the wait. Their delivery is so slow, I personally wouldn't use them again.
#4
smokedog
Ok price is you don't mind the wait. Their delivery is so slow, I personally wouldn't use them again.


Might be slow, but it is a top price and I think you can get quidco too!
#5
Best get me one for the soon to be ordered Big TV :)
banned#6
Thanks. Voted hot.
#7
s1m0nc;5251947
Best get me one for the soon to be ordered Big TV :)

so you spend hundreds on a tv and connect it up using rubbish quality cables doesnt quite add up really. I guess we should apply that principle to everything.....smart price crisps, cola, trabant cars, cheapo washing machines / fridges that are only good at catching fire
But i guess its fine for the dustbintech tv from asda
#8
royals
so you spend hundreds on a tv and connect it up using rubbish quality cables doesnt quite add up really. I guess we should apply that principle to everything.....smart price crisps, cola, trabant cars, cheapo washing machines / fridges that are only good at catching fire
But i guess its fine for the dustbintech tv from asda


is this a joke? :?
#9
royals
so you spend hundreds on a tv and connect it up using rubbish quality cables doesnt quite add up really. I guess we should apply that principle to everything.....smart price crisps, cola, trabant cars, cheapo washing machines / fridges that are only good at catching fire
But i guess its fine for the dustbintech tv from asda


The high-priced HDMI cables offer no distinguishable PQ improvements compared to these "rubbish quality cables". Please kindly do your research first before you post unsubstantiated comments like the above.
#10
Dont actually say which version this is might be the old version were as 1.3a and 1.3b are the new ones.

sorry it does say 1.3 old version.
#11
royals
so you spend hundreds on a tv and connect it up using rubbish quality cables doesnt quite add up really. I guess we should apply that principle to everything.....smart price crisps, cola, trabant cars, cheapo washing machines / fridges that are only good at catching fire
But i guess its fine for the dustbintech tv from asda


One born every minute.
#12
Great deal voted hot :thumbsup:
#13
The most i have ever spent on an hdmi cable is £3 no need to spend more really unless its over long distance.
#14
hmmm. It's good but if you want value for money, here's a super deal:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Monster-MC-750HD-15M-EU-Cable/dp/B001FWYSYG
#15
only came into this post to see if anyone said about the quality of the cables for this price and glad to see someone has lol.

all HDMI cables are the same, and lol at them Monster Cables £250!
#16
drspa44
hmmm. It's good but if you want value for money, here's a super deal:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Monster-MC-750HD-15M-EU-Cable/dp/B001FWYSYG


thanks for that buddy nearly wasted £2..99 there until i saw your hot little gem, ordered 2 who could resist at that price:thumbsup:
#17
markybhoy;5252964
One born every minute.
Or "a fool and his money are easily parted." ;-)
#18
royals
so you spend hundreds on a tv and connect it up using rubbish quality cables doesnt quite add up really. I guess we should apply that principle to everything.....smart price crisps, cola, trabant cars, cheapo washing machines / fridges that are only good at catching fire
But i guess its fine for the dustbintech tv from asda


It's digital so doesn't matter about quality. Either it works or it doesn't.
#19
madtriad
It's digital so doesn't matter about quality. Either it works or it doesn't.


Yep !!!! :thumbsup: ........unless the cable is for 1080P and more than 25 feet then you'll need a booster ......for 1080i it's over 49 feet .......

http://www.hdmi.org/consumer/how_to_connect.aspx :thumbsup:
#20
drspa44
hmmm. It's good but if you want value for money, here's a super deal:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Monster-MC-750HD-15M-EU-Cable/dp/B001FWYSYG


I really do hope that was you trying to be funny, and not serious.
#21
To those that bought the £6k pioneer tv posted earlier, here is your last chance to grab your £250 monster cable from the link above, only 1 left. You can't buy this for your tv, it's just too cheap to go on your amex black card.
#22
Voted very hot !
£2.99 for an HDMI cable with free Worldwide delivery... fab !
#23
royals
so you spend hundreds on a tv and connect it up using rubbish quality cables doesnt quite add up really. I guess we should apply that principle to everything.....smart price crisps, cola, trabant cars, cheapo washing machines / fridges that are only good at catching fire
But i guess its fine for the dustbintech tv from asda


Sounds like u know your stuff, just the wrong decade i'm afraid as digital is a little different.

How much did you throw at a HDMI cable? :oops:
#24
The Gadget Show did a test on 15 different HDMI cables of varying price. They concluded that it every single cable performed identical to the other there was NO difference. I have been stung a few years back and still own my Monster cable that was 79 quid and also a cheapy from fleabay, think I paid 1.99 & do you know what? Yep they work the same too...
#25
wiitard: congratulations for admitting that. Normally it's the deluded who buy these sort of things, and really think that they make a difference.
#26
drspa44
hmmm. It's good but if you want value for money, here's a super deal:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Monster-MC-750HD-15M-EU-Cable/dp/B001FWYSYG


You dont need to spend all that money!

Buy 10 of the above - 10 x £2.99 = £29.9

Buy 9 of these http://www.amazon.co.uk/Hama-Compact-Adapter-Hdmi-Socket/dp/B000L9PMQ2/
- 9 X £6.59 = £59.31

Now a good trick would be to use sellotape to hold them together!

Total cost £89.21 - saving £160.74

Stick with me I'll keep you on the straight and interferance! :prop:
#27
Another car crash deal
#28
The only thing its worth paying more for with digital cables is length and possibly build quality (you don't want one the connectors going to fall off). Also blu-rays require HDCP - this means the connection is encrypted - i.e. any data goes missing it doesn't work!!!
#29
Sorry for being a bit div-like but can you use these to connect the Wii and/or a PS2 to the HDMI sockets on the tele?
#30
Dickster1
Sorry for being a bit div-like but can you use these to connect the Wii and/or a PS2 to the HDMI sockets on the tele?


No - unless anyone knows of an adaptor that I don't know about
#31
It doesn't say 'High Speed' or '1.3 Class 2' so avoid using with higher bandwidth products such as the PS3 @ 1080p/60. There's a good chance you'll have problems.
#32
royals
so you spend hundreds on a tv and connect it up using rubbish quality cables doesnt quite add up really. I guess we should apply that principle to everything.....smart price crisps, cola, trabant cars, cheapo washing machines / fridges that are only good at catching fire
But i guess its fine for the dustbintech tv from asda


OMFG, I was just waiting for something like this to ocuur. How stupid do you feel right now? You bloody fool, dont try and rip it out of other people just because you are ignorent yourself, you'll only get the same thrown right back at you.

Over short differences, there is no noticible difference in using cheap over expensive cables, e.g. below 2m. If you start to go longer it is a different story. I think (but can't remember) if you go 5m or over, it may be better to pay for a better quality (not just more more expensive) cable if you are broadcasting 1080p, but 720p / 1080i is fine for something like up to 10m with a cheap cable I believe.
#33
seen the hdmi thread and just knew somone would come up with a comment about how crap cheap hdmi cables are lol how many more times!
#34
Made my day reading the stupid reply, can't beat a bit of personal incredulity.

Now where was that link to the £100 mains cables.....Ah here it is

http://www.russandrews.com/category.asp?lookup=0&cat_id=PMAINCABL
#36
Xb0xGuru
It doesn't say 'High Speed' or '1.3 Class 2' so avoid using with higher bandwidth products such as the PS3 @ 1080p/60. There's a good chance you'll have problems.


Rubbish........99% WILL work (unless it's a REALLY nasty cable) ....the reason it doesn't say it on the packaking is that it hasn't been tested to that standard as it costs time and money during the manufacturing..... :roll:
#37
Mecoconuts
Rubbish........99% WILL work (unless it's a REALLY nasty cable) ....the reason it doesn't say it on the packaking is that it hasn't been tested to that standard as it costs time and money during the manufacturing..... :roll:


No, not rubbish. I went through 3 cheap cables with my PS3 only to find that I had to buy a 'high speed' HDMI cable (1.3 category II standard) before I lost glitches on screen as well as audio popping.

Just in case you think I'm making it up, check out the HDMI Wiki:

To reduce the confusion about which cables support which video formats, HDMI 1.3 defines two categories of cables: Category 1 certified cables, which have been tested at 74.5 MHz (1080i/720p), and Category 2 certified cables, which have been tested at 340 MHz (1600p).[57] Category 1 HDMI cables are to be marketed as "Standard" HDMI cables, and Category 2 HDMI cables are to be marketed as "High-Speed" HDMI cables.[1] This labeling guideline for HDMI cables went into effect on October 17, 2008.


In short - if you have a PS3, don't buy a HDMI cable unless it states 'High Speed' or 'for PS3'.
#38
royals
so you spend hundreds on a tv and connect it up using rubbish quality cables doesnt quite add up really. I guess we should apply that principle to everything.....smart price crisps, cola, trabant cars, cheapo washing machines / fridges that are only good at catching fire
But i guess its fine for the dustbintech tv from asda


I agree with him, this cable is not worth it! I have a high-end quality TV/desktop Screen, I prefer to spend a little more and buy a cable thats going to be decent enough to give 100% HighDefinition vision and sound! For people who wear :thinking:, & hearing aids this is for you :roll:
#39
Xb0xGuru
No, not rubbish. I went through 3 cheap cables with my PS3 only to find that I had to buy a 'high speed' HDMI cable (1.3 category II standard) before I lost glitches on screen as well as audio popping.

Just in case you think I'm making it up, check out the HDMI Wiki:



In short - if you have a PS3, don't buy a HDMI cable unless it states 'High Speed' or 'for PS3'.


I also completely agree with him! I have also seen these problems (popping and glitching) :prop:
banned#40
i have to agree, cheap ones are not good. have a cheapy silver plated one that came with my ps3 from ebay and something wasnt quite right when playing blu rays, then tried out one a friend had paid £25 for and problem was solved. AND the 3m one I paid £45 for to link up to my projector is even better than both of them (and is a hell of a lot thicker). Perhaps the first cable is not designed for 1080p signals, i do not know, but i am convinced now that cheaper cables are false economy.

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