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PURE HQ OFC HDMI Cable Lead, Gold Plated Ends 10m - £7.87 @ Kenable

£7.87 @ Kenable
Good price for 10m length. postage only 99p Features: High Quality screened cable with 24k Gold Plated Connectors. * HDMI Specification 1.3 * Compatible with all HDMI resolutions inc 720… Read More
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6y, 9m agoFound 6 years, 9 months ago
Good price for 10m length. postage only 99p

Features:
High Quality screened cable with 24k Gold Plated Connectors.

* HDMI Specification 1.3
* Compatible with all HDMI resolutions inc 720p, 720i, 1080i, 1080p.
* HDCP Compatible
* HDMI Male (19pin) to HDMI Male (19pin) cables.
* Gold plated connections
* Pure copper conductors.
* Shielded, moulded conductors
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#1
Ebay's just as cheap
#2
Whats the P+P on this please
#3
Geemac
Whats the P+P on this please


£3.69 i think
#4
philmitchell
Geemac
Whats the P+P on this please

£3.69 i think
Thank you
#5
philmitchell
Geemac
Whats the P+P on this please
£3.69 i think
99p actually
#6
and kenable are very good , i have used them many many times
#7
whizzkid
philmitchell
Geemac
Whats the P+P on this please
£3.69 i think
99p actually

99p PLUS VAT Actually:p
#8
Which Magazine recently tested HDMI leads and transmitted data at a rate above that of Bluray, whilst experts watched and tested the transmission results.

There was no discernible difference between the cheapest and ultra expensive leads, so buy accordingly.
http://www.avforums.com/forums/hdmi-cables-switches/1204121-magazine-hdmi-lead-test-results.html
'"Amazingly, our expert viewers saw no difference at all in the picture quality when using the £10 Tesco Value lead, the £20 John Lewis lead or the £100 Belkin lead, with our technical tests confirming identical performances. We passed data through all our HDMI leads at 6.2Gb per second - a data rate more demanding than Blu-Ray - without a single error ocurring"

This is not a slant on this product, but is worth bearing in mind when purchasing any HDMI lead.
1 Like #9
IT'S A 10 METRE LEAD...
Sorry for shouting but all the cold votes because it's not £1 - jeez :|
#10
tightasagnatschu
IT'S A 10 METRE LEAD...
Sorry for shouting but all the cold votes because it's not £1 - jeez :|


This.
#11
It's cheaper on Ebay so why would you vote hot? just don't buy from universalgadgets(then some numbers after the name), because they don't work (the 10m ones).
#12
equalityforall
Which Magazine recently tested HDMI leads and transmitted data at a rate above that of Bluray, whilst experts watched and tested the transmission results.


Not true. I've seen HDMI cables that frequently lose connections due to poor connectors, coatings etc. There are some very bad cables out there.

That doesn't mean you should get an expensive cable (they're obviously overpriced), get the cheaper ones, but remember to check reviews on it to make sure it's up to standard.
#13
10m is quite a long way for a hdmi cable to transmit. the quality of your equipment + cable will have a great effect on its ability to do it due to the 'twisted pairs' @ T.M.D.S . It sounds weird to most people but a good component analog cable will still carry 1080p and give a far better and more durable picture over long runs ( some say over 200ft without a noticable quality loss !!). But voted hot due to price and if your system is capable then all it good ;-).
banned#14
Seems a good price for a 10m cable
#15
Looks cheap for a 10m cable to me too - don't know why all the cold votes - maybe people not realising it's 10m not 1m?

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