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1M HDMI cable only £1 @ Poundland
1M HDMI cable only £1 @ Poundland

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1m HDMI cable from poundland! Lots in store!

I believe those are high speed cables meaning 4k, hdr all all that other nonsense capable

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always in store, always this price and frequently posted, so could be lucky to get any heat

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Waiting for someone to post with "these won't give as good picture quality as my £50 Monster HDMI cable"...

eslick

always in store, always this price and frequently posted, so could be … always in store, always this price and frequently posted, so could be lucky to get any heat



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Waiting for someone to post with "these won't give as good picture … Waiting for someone to post with "these won't give as good picture quality as my £50 Monster HDMI cable"...



These won't give as good picture quality as my £50 Monster HDMI cable

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I love that argument, with it being digital the signal for the most part is on or off, static only exists in analogue, I do think there is a different with the £50-100 cables though, I dont think the human eye can physically see it though so people who spend all that money are right in that their cable leads to a better picture... that they will never be able to see

I only use these to connect my Asda Branded DVD player, Tesco soundbar and 50" Bush TV as obviously picture and audio quality is important to me.
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Audio-Quest-Diamond-HDMI-Cable/dp/B003CT2A6I/

http://i45.photobucket.com/albums/f67/uridium26/Capture_zpsj2zqcp4i.jpg

In fact these cables are so fast..... Live TV actually appears on my TV's a few minutes before it does on TV's with "Normal" cables.....

Edited by: "Uridium" 9th Dec 2016

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Waiting for someone to post with "these won't give as good picture … Waiting for someone to post with "these won't give as good picture quality as my £50 Monster HDMI cable"...



not as good as the one £80 cable the man in currys was adament i needed for my 4k tv! Its all crap, if you have 1080p content these poundland wires are fine, if your liking for higher speed for 3d, 4k, hdr then get the set of 3 for £9 available from amazon, they all seem to work for me.

Think these are only 1 metre in length, so a bit short for most applications..

Uridium

I only use these to connect my Asda Branded DVD player, Tesco soundbar … I only use these to connect my Asda Branded DVD player, Tesco soundbar and 50" Bush TV as obviously picture and audio quality is important to me.https://www.amazon.co.uk/Audio-Quest-Diamond-HDMI-Cable/dp/B003CT2A6I/In fact these cables are so fast..... Live TV actually appears on my TV's a few minutes before it does on TV's with "Normal" cables.....


Me too, wouldn't use any other make. Definitely a big difference in picture quality. X)

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phil36

I love that argument, with it being digital the signal for the most part … I love that argument, with it being digital the signal for the most part is on or off, static only exists in analogue, I do think there is a different with the £50-100 cables though, I dont think the human eye can physically see it though so people who spend all that money are right in that their cable leads to a better picture... that they will never be able to see



the only difference is build quality imo...but other than that its just 1's and 0's

Doesn't matter what you use, the picture quality will always be better than the programme quality.

mreriksen

the only difference is build quality imo...but other than that its just … the only difference is build quality imo...but other than that its just 1's and 0's


basically, more expensive should be more durable

Its true that you have worry less about signal loss with digital signals, that said, a cheap one can cause problems if not properly screened at longer lengths.

Also with cheaper ones the plug quality and or soldering may not last.

That said you do not need to spend £80 on a 5m cable!

With hdmi, the only thing (especially with 1.4 spec) is that there are variants of it - such as hdimi with Ethernet !! Most don't need to worry about that and if they do need that type of cable - that person will have known about that and got the right cable variant (hopefully)
Edited by: "taras" 9th Dec 2016

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phil36

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basically, more expensive should be more durable[/quote]

up to a certain price point, yes, I don't believe £100 cables will be much sturdier than 20-30 quid ones

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jazzyman

Think these are only 1 metre in length, so a bit short for most … Think these are only 1 metre in length, so a bit short for most applications..


I suppose they are, if your Sky box is in the kitchen.

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mreriksen

basically,


Basically? Are you one of those ....nah...never mind.

Edited by: "Pluun" 9th Dec 2016

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one of the comments lol: "Great product, comes overclocked out of the box to 3.5 bluray drives. I added another external hardrive and now it can run 4k at 6 gigabytes per megahertz!!! Nice GDDR6 ram would be a good accompliment to this HDMI cable, I recommend at least 4 teraflops of ram... personally"
Edited by: "mreriksen" 9th Dec 2016

These are usually OK but one of the last batch I bought had a fault and corrupted the signal but then again for a pound ....

funny now you see these everywhere at a quid, its the whole scart lead situation again, although now you cant get a **** scart lead anywhere

NotoriousC

funny now you see these everywhere at a quid, its the whole scart lead … funny now you see these everywhere at a quid, its the whole scart lead situation again, although now you cant get a **** scart lead anywhere



​the difference with a scart lead, the more you paid, the better they were.
unless you bought them from curry's.

I'd rather go to TwoPoundland and get the 2m version.
Edited by: "merchant_ac" 10th Dec 2016

The proof of the pudding is (as they say) in the eating. I am using two of these Poundland cables on a Netflix box and an Xbox1. Picture quality is good. If the kids and the missus are not complaining then the cables must be fair quality. I rest my case.
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