ULTRA 4K, ready HD HDMI cable, good price £6.75 prime / £10.74 non prime for 1m. 6.75 for 2m. Sold by Hd Zone and Fulfilled by Amazon - HotUKDeals
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ULTRA 4K, ready HD HDMI cable, good price £6.75 prime / £10.74 non prime for 1m. 6.75 for 2m. Sold by Hd Zone and Fulfilled by Amazon

£6.75 @ Amazon
there are alot similar, but this one has really good reviews, and i bought 3, and happy with them, even i use them on 4x2 hdmi splitter with no problem. i have a bluray player and android box, connec…
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there are alot similar, but this one has really good reviews, and i bought 3, and happy with them, even i use them on 4x2 hdmi splitter with no problem.
i have a bluray player and android box, connected to tv and projector at the same time.
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not voting either way,might be worth a read
https://www.cnet.com/uk/news/4k-hdmi-cables-are-nonsense/
but a fair price if you feel you need to buy

Edited By: cjhilton49 on Nov 28, 2016 12:04
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cjhilton49
not voting either way,might be worth a readhttps://www.cnet.com/uk/news/4k-hdmi-cables-are-nonsense/
but a fair price if you feel you need to buy

you are definitely right considering it's just 1's and 0's, (like in matrix) at the end of the day the cable is either working or not. but.... here is a big but, i have had alot of cheap hdmi cables that breaks or does not works after couple of months, and got yellow light lines appearing on the screen, so i am tired of buying cables from one pound shop, and considering the amazon has refunded me a 1 year old extension cable in the past, i can rely on those cables for a looooong time.
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cjhilton49
not voting either way,might be worth a readhttps://www.cnet.com/uk/news/4k-hdmi-cables-are-nonsense/
but a fair price if you feel you need to buy

I appreciate this, although I wish I'd known a week ago.

I already don't believe the difference of £200 monster cables are worth it, but I genuinely thought I needed an HDMI 2.0 cable, so bought an Amazon Basics one in preperation for my 4k TV arriving. It's here and plugged in and working, but I'm guessing my 1.4 cable would have probably worked.
#4
well, they definitely make a difference...I had one of these hooked up to my ps4 and it used to make the image flicker like crazy when I selected deep colour in the ps4 options (which needs to be switched on by default for hdr). Would look and sound like my TV was about to break. Switched back to the cable that came with the ps4 and everything's fine.
#5
I think for true 4k you do need 2.0...buy the device you're plugging it into has to support 2.0. I think that's why my ps4 had troubles with it.
1 Like #6
the HDMI revision is in the socket on your device. the HDMI cable doesnt have a revision, theyre all the same (well, with or without ethernet)
1 Like #7
all cables work. just the monitor and graphicd card need to be 2.0. my 30 quid richer sounds cable i haggled when got a tv broke but my few quid amazon one is still going! i only use poundland ones now!

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