Monster MC 1000HDex-15M EU Ultra High Speed HDMI Cable- 15m £356.41 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Monster deal from monster here can't believe it if you want the quality then here it really is and even at a reduced price. can't believe this hasn't been put up already be quick though only 4 left and iam not surprised. Perfect for any application with a great practical length of 15m, you dont get this type of length on those cheap ones let me tell ya.

To summarize this great buy

Reliable make meaning this ain't gunna be in the bin any time soon
Reduce price meaning a bargin
Nice long length for any home
From amazon so you now that your product will be delivered safely and quickly

SO BE QUICK PEOPLE THIS AIN'T GUNNA LAST FOREVER!!!!!!!
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#1
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[SIZE=4] Come on, you know you want one...[/SIZE]
#2
SUMMONER
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[SIZE=4] Come on, you know you want one...[/SIZE]


No I dont!
#3
saayinla;8758146
No I dont!

Come on...it's ULTRA High Speed.... it's either the cable, the monthly mortgage payment or a new pair of shoes for the Missus. I know which one I would choose. :whistling:
banned#4
appt username op
#5
I bet cinema's don't even use these....
#6
1 down only 3 left come on people:thumbsup::thumbsup:
#7
thanks , bought none
#8
DarrylJohn
I bet cinema's don't even use these....


do cinemas use stuff like this or just still projectors on reels like
#9
Let's hope amazon honour this lol!
#10
unless the cable is made of GOLD i'm not intrested...

This is silly price, with that said i have purchased 1m cable for £35 in the past, so considering this is 15M its a bargin...

However i just purchased 2 x 3m cables for £6.99 and £9.99 the later was originally £90, so they say.

unless one feels the need for this or has more money than they know what tpo do with go for it
#11
SUMMONER
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41QWtYyi8kL._AA300_.jpg

[SIZE=4] Come on, you know you want one...[/SIZE]


same cable 22m for £331 http://www.amazon.co.uk/Monster-MC-1000HDex-22M-EU-Ultra-High/dp/B001FBR9TS/ref=pd_sim_sbs_ce_3
#12
What a pointless post Freezeking. I'm sure you're having a laugh about it but seriously, why bother???
#13
Hmm I suspect with the chosen username and nature of the post we'll see a theme on his deals.
#14
lurch
Hmm I suspect with the chosen username and nature of the post we'll see a theme on his deals.


+1
#15
Anyone buying this, or any HDMI cable greater than £20 needs their head examined.
#16
phannon86
Anyone buying this, or any HDMI cable greater than £20 needs their head examined.


£2.99 3m cable or this. Ummmm. :p

Monster stuff is ridicuous. Saw a friend of mine pay £80 for a 1m Monster HDMI!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Then again when I was in PC World a month or so back I was assured by them that the more expensive one will give me a better picture. :p
#17
I can't believe a HDMI cable can be that expensive! Don't be fool by the marketing :S Perhaps you will get some different if you the cable is very long, but for short cable, I don't think there will be any different in terms of the picture quality.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_nEyQErUWyY&feature=related
#18
Ah I see the challenge for freezeking: get as cold scores as possible. Heres -1 from me
#19
daveo78
Ah I see the challenge for freezeking: get as cold scores as possible. Heres -1 from me


Indeed, -8c from me :thumbsup:
#20
thanks, what a find

ordered. I needed a ultra high speed cable for my standard speed xbox360.

cant wait for it to arrive now ; )
1 Like #21
phannon86
Anyone buying this, or any HDMI cable greater than £20 needs their head examined.


Anyone buying a 15m HDMI cable for £20 and trying to run a 1080p display (for example from a blu-ray player to a ceiling mounted projector) is likely to run into problems.

Though £50-100 should be more than adequate.
#22
I got a 15m cable from the wll known auction site for about £10 delivered and it's perfect quality.

Having said that I was in currys when they did a demo on their hdmi cables.

They set up three identical TV's with identical blueray players and connected them with 1m cables that they sold, the first was about £5, the next was about £20 and the final was £99.

You could clearly see a difference between them, and people asked to see the settings etc which all looked the same, they even then swicthed round cables between the TV's and the quality moved with the cable.

Still not sure if it was trickery or real but there was a difference (although not enough of a difference to warrant the money hence why I bought a £10 15m cable!)
#23
SaltyCDogg
Anyone buying a 15m HDMI cable for £20 and trying to run a 1080p display (for example from a blu-ray player to a ceiling mounted projector) is likely to run into problems.

Though £50-100 should be more than adequate.


Crazy talk.
#24
dijital
Crazy talk.

It's not. http://www.hdmi.org/learningcenter/faq.aspx#45

For lengths over 10 metres you need active cables or a repeater.
#25
nbuuifx
I got a 15m cable from the wll known auction site for about £10 delivered and it's perfect quality.


running 1080p?

I'm not saying it's not true, it just goes against the perceived wisdom.

I'm in the cable skeptic camp, but using bargain basement hdmi for long lengths has always been against common practice.
#26
I'll wait till these turn up in my local pound shop, thanks.
#27
SaltyCDogg
running 1080p?

I'm not saying it's not true, it just goes against the perceived wisdom.

I'm in the cable skeptic camp, but using bargain basement hdmi for long lengths has always been against common practice.


i agree completly - especially when investing in ceiling mounting projectors and hiding cables in walls and ceilings - i would not trust a £10 cable - you will come unstuck when you change kit and sudd find out it doesn't work you will be blaming your new kit - all hdmi enabled kit has a slight varience - sometime you will be lucky and all will work or sometimes it just won't - spoken from experience! Also worth checking as you will find some cable that are 1080p spec over long distances suddenly drop the image down to 720p and then you find your projector upscaling back to 1080p resulting in an image not quite as sharp as it should be!!!!!!!
1 Like #29
Digital data is either full quality or not, a 99p HDMI cable is just as good as a £300 cable

DON'T GET RIPPED OFF:
http://hd.engadget.com/2007/12/17/hdmi-cable-scam-used-to-fool-in-store-customers/
#30
Almost as cheap as the 15m HDMI cable I bought off ebay last week for £10.49 delivered :thumbsup:
#31
Thinking about buying a couple of these bad boys to make a quick profit on eBay....
#32
Im gonna bite here.
HDMI does not have any true error correction, it merely guesses any missing bits and digital data is not "either full quality or not". That would be magical if you think about it.
#33
There are no customer reviews yet.


damn :x i wanted to see what people think about it

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