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Xenta HDMI to HDMI v1.4 Braided 4K Cable Gold Plated 2m for £1.60 at Ebuyer (Free Delivery)

£1.60 @ Ebuyer
Was £12.50. Free Delivery. TCB 5.05% / Quidco 5% Seriously thinking about getting one. I keep running out of HDMI cables. Latest HDMI V1.4 Green Braided Cable 2 Metre Length Gold Pla…
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Was £12.50. Free Delivery. TCB 5.05% / Quidco 5%

Seriously thinking about getting one. I keep running out of HDMI cables.

Latest HDMI V1.4

Green Braided Cable

2 Metre Length

Gold Plated Connectors

Lifetime Warranty

HDMI Ethernet Channel

Audio Return Channel

3D Capabilities

4K Resolution Support

Initial stock level = 827 in stock

bb8 ;)
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#1
Don't need one but at this price tempted.
1 Like #2
Great deal!
1 Like #3
ordered 4 cheers op ;)
1 Like #4
Thanks op great price don't need them but ordered 3 anyway!
1 Like #5
I thought v1.4 was up to 1080p only, v2.0 being 4k?
banned#6
lifelong_hatter
I thought v1.4 was up to 1080p only, v2.0 being 4k?
http://www.trustedreviews.com/opinions/hdmi-2-0-vs-1-4
#7
lifelong_hatter
I thought v1.4 was up to 1080p only, v2.0 being 4k?

2.0 didn't bring a new cable specification.
#8
lifelong_hatter
I thought v1.4 was up to 1080p only, v2.0 being 4k?


​To be safe that's the best way to look at it.

As per the trusted reviews link there is so many things holding back 1.4 it's a bit daft to use one for 4k content.

Frame rates.. colour depth... and so on.
#9
good find op, heat added
#10
Thank you, great timing as I looked around today and found they were much, much, much more expensive than this :-)
1 Like #11
bb8
Was £12.50. Free Delivery.
Actually "was" £5.73 with free delivery, but still a decent reduction to current price. Thanks.
1 Like #12
poundland one will save you 60p and it works on my 4k tv
#13
Matthaus
lifelong_hatter
I thought v1.4 was up to 1080p only, v2.0 being 4k?
​To be safe that's the best way to look at it.
As per the trusted reviews link there is so many things holding back 1.4 it's a bit daft to use one for 4k content.
Frame rates.. colour depth... and so on.

mmhmmmm

But there is no difference between the cables used for HDMI 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 2.0 etc.... all specifications use the same cables.
2 Likes #14
Matthaus
lifelong_hatter
I thought v1.4 was up to 1080p only, v2.0 being 4k?
​To be safe that's the best way to look at it.
As per the trusted reviews link there is so many things holding back 1.4 it's a bit daft to use one for 4k content.
Frame rates.. colour depth... and so on.

Nonsense. Any fully functioning high speed HDMI cable will handle 4K. There is no such thing as 1.4 or 1.3 etc version cables. It's comments like this why people get ripped off in certain hight street stores - yes we all need those £60 HDMI cables.


Edited By: topss on Sep 13, 2016 21:12: .
#15
Matthaus
lifelong_hatter
I thought v1.4 was up to 1080p only, v2.0 being 4k?


​To be safe that's the best way to look at it.

As per the trusted reviews link there is so many things holding back 1.4 it's a bit daft to use one for 4k content.

Frame rates.. colour depth... and so on.


You are talking straight out of your bumhole mate.
2 Likes #16
gold connectors aren't going to make you have a better 1 or 0 being transmitted.
#17
neroneuk
poundland one will save you 60p and it works on my 4k tv

I'm not using 4k, but what I did find was the the Poundland cable was not HDMI-CEC compliant. In a nutshell the cable wasn't capable of allowing one piece of equipment to turn on the other connected piece of equipment. I swapped the cable and all worked fine.

I was a little bit suspicious of the Poundland cable because its physical diameter was a little thinner than average cables. This leads me to believe pins 13 - 19 are not wired (HDMI - Wikipedia). I wish cable manufacturers were forced to label packaging stating whether a cable is fully wired or not.
2 Likes #18
HDMI specifications (1.4 2.0 etc) refer to the equipment, not the cables.
#19
Ordered thanks op
3 Likes #20
£7 delivery to Belfast. The original robbing barstewards, still at it. How come other sites can deliver stuff like this either for free or a nominal charge but gangsters like this rip the **** clean out of it. Effin' disgraceful.
#21
Heat added, one ordered to sit quietly in s draw :)
#22
neroneuk
poundland one will save you 60p and it works on my 4k tv

Are Poundland ones 2m? I could have sworn they were only 1m.
3 Likes #23
I only use HDMI cables that are hand made by amazonian virgins using the finest braided unicorn hair to connect my devices....

....but If Tandy have run out of them then I get the cheap ones from Poundland....seem to do the job on my 4k TV...
2 Likes #24
neroneuk
poundland one will save you 60p and it works on my 4k tv

stop lying m9 we know you have a 720p Polaroid
#25
SNYPERE
neroneuk
poundland one will save you 60p and it works on my 4k tv
stop lying m9 we know you have a 720p Polaroid
is that a fault?? politicians can say anything and we cannot!!! ;)
#26
Anyone know if this supports cec? Cable is literally worthless to me without it
#27
Bought a few. I just need my current ones to fail so I can use these.
#28
ordered, made payment,
then received email out of stock despite them showing as in stock when ordered and made payment
#29
OOS :(
3 Likes #30
That moment when you've finished reading all the comments and the product goes out of stock.
#31
ollie87
Matthaus
lifelong_hatter
I thought v1.4 was up to 1080p only, v2.0 being 4k?
​To be safe that's the best way to look at it.
As per the trusted reviews link there is so many things holding back 1.4 it's a bit daft to use one for 4k content.
Frame rates.. colour depth... and so on.
You are talking straight out of your bumhole mate.


No, in order to carry out high bandwidth tasks it needs a cable capable - this can be some 1.4 cables, but surely a cable certified for 2.0 is a safer bet?


Does HDMI 2.0 require new cables?
No, HDMI 2.0 features will work with existing HDMI cables. Higher bandwidth features, such as [email protected]/60 (2160p) video formats, will require existing High Speed HDMI cables (Category 2 cables).

http://www.hdmi.org/manufacturer/hdmi_2_0/hdmi_2_0_faq.aspx#144
#32
topss
Matthaus
lifelong_hatter
I thought v1.4 was up to 1080p only, v2.0 being 4k?
​To be safe that's the best way to look at it.
As per the trusted reviews link there is so many things holding back 1.4 it's a bit daft to use one for 4k content.
Frame rates.. colour depth... and so on.
Nonsense. Any fully functioning high speed HDMI cable will handle 4K. There is no such thing as 1.4 or 1.3 etc version cables. It's comments like this why people get ripped off in certain hight street stores - yes we all need those £60 HDMI cables.

Yes, I agree a certified 1.4 cable would do the job, but a certified 2.0 is an easier option to look for, in most instances for the un aware.

Fact remains, not all 1.4's are up to the task. A 2.0 you will know is..

And I never said £60 curry's specials are better either... *rolls eyes*
2 Likes #33
Matthaus
topss
Matthaus
lifelong_hatter
I thought v1.4 was up to 1080p only, v2.0 being 4k?
​To be safe that's the best way to look at it.
As per the trusted reviews link there is so many things holding back 1.4 it's a bit daft to use one for 4k content.
Frame rates.. colour depth... and so on.
Nonsense. Any fully functioning high speed HDMI cable will handle 4K. There is no such thing as 1.4 or 1.3 etc version cables. It's comments like this why people get ripped off in certain hight street stores - yes we all need those £60 HDMI cables.
Yes, I agree a certified 1.4 cable would do the job, but a certified 2.0 is an easier option to look for, in most instances for the un aware.
Fact remains, not all 1.4's are up to the task. A 2.0 you will know is..
And I never said £60 curry's specials are better either... *rolls eyes*

You're still confused. There is NO SUCH THING as a v1.4 (or any other v1.x, 2.0 etc) HDMI cable. There are standard speed (first, original type when HDMI was released) and high speed HDMI cables (plus Ethernet ones of the same standard/high speed variety). ANY £1 (for example) high speed HDMI cable, if it's not faulty or 'fake' or missing pins etc etc, will carry a 4K signal just as well as any £60 one or one that states all sorts in the description.

http://www.hdmi.org/consumer/finding_right_cable.aspx

There is a new cable verification standard being introduced - 'Premium High Speed HDMI Cable and Premium High Speed HDMI Cable with Ethernet', but they are just the same high speed cables that have ben sent for testing and then been verified to work by HDMI licensing, and manufactures will be allowed to state that on the packaging. No doubt his involves an expense, that will be passed onto consumers, but in use these cables will be no different to a working cheapo high speed HDMI cable.

So the only reason one of your "1.4s" are not up to the task (displaying 4K I assume) then it's because they are faulty.



All High Speed HDMI cables will support 4K functionality when connected to 4K devices.

http://www.hdmi.org/manufacturer/hdmi_1_4/4K.aspx

Once Premium certified cables are more common, I'm pretty certain some people will still have problems displaying 4K content when using a faulty one.
#34
Matthaus
lifelong_hatter
I thought v1.4 was up to 1080p only, v2.0 being 4k?
​To be safe that's the best way to look at it.
As per the trusted reviews link there is so many things holding back 1.4 it's a bit daft to use one for 4k content.
Frame rates.. colour depth... and so on.
No, any cable will do, there is no difference in the cables.
1.4, 2.0 etc refer to the hdmi specifications, not the cables, which remain the same.
There will be no differences in color depth, frame rates etc between a £1 cable from poundland and a £1000 cable from... well... don't knwo from where
1 Like #35
MaximusRo
Matthaus
lifelong_hatter
I thought v1.4 was up to 1080p only, v2.0 being 4k?
​To be safe that's the best way to look at it.
As per the trusted reviews link there is so many things holding back 1.4 it's a bit daft to use one for 4k content.
Frame rates.. colour depth... and so on.
No, any cable will do, there is no difference in the cables.
1.4, 2.0 etc refer to the hdmi specifications, not the cables, which remain the same.
There will be no differences in color depth, frame rates etc between a £1 cable from poundland and a £1000 cable from... well... don't knwo from where

Let me help

https://s16.postimg.org/4m1e3gcet/Captur_Files.png

Edited By: topss on Sep 14, 2016 18:05
#36
topss
MaximusRo
Matthaus
lifelong_hatter
I thought v1.4 was up to 1080p only, v2.0 being 4k?
​To be safe that's the best way to look at it.
As per the trusted reviews link there is so many things holding back 1.4 it's a bit daft to use one for 4k content.
Frame rates.. colour depth... and so on.
No, any cable will do, there is no difference in the cables.
1.4, 2.0 etc refer to the hdmi specifications, not the cables, which remain the same.
There will be no differences in color depth, frame rates etc between a £1 cable from poundland and a £1000 cable from... well... don't knwo from where

Let me help

https://s16.postimg.org/4m1e3gcet/Captur_Files.png


LMAO WTF!!!
#37
cbr6fx
topss
MaximusRo
Matthaus
lifelong_hatter
I thought v1.4 was up to 1080p only, v2.0 being 4k?
​To be safe that's the best way to look at it.
As per the trusted reviews link there is so many things holding back 1.4 it's a bit daft to use one for 4k content.
Frame rates.. colour depth... and so on.
No, any cable will do, there is no difference in the cables.
1.4, 2.0 etc refer to the hdmi specifications, not the cables, which remain the same.
There will be no differences in color depth, frame rates etc between a £1 cable from poundland and a £1000 cable from... well... don't knwo from where
Let me help https://s16.postimg.org/4m1e3gcet/Captur_Files.png
LMAO WTF!!!

Comes with free UK delivery! Prime not required. :)
#38
topss
MaximusRo
Matthaus
lifelong_hatter
I thought v1.4 was up to 1080p only, v2.0 being 4k?
​To be safe that's the best way to look at it.
As per the trusted reviews link there is so many things holding back 1.4 it's a bit daft to use one for 4k content.
Frame rates.. colour depth... and so on.
No, any cable will do, there is no difference in the cables.
1.4, 2.0 etc refer to the hdmi specifications, not the cables, which remain the same.
There will be no differences in color depth, frame rates etc between a £1 cable from poundland and a £1000 cable from... well... don't knwo from where
Let me help https://s16.postimg.org/4m1e3gcet/Captur_Files.png

In case anyone is interested, CEX are buying these cables for £28, selling for £3,000.

And ebuyer are looking a further £50+vat to ship one of these to Belfast.

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