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20m HDMI Cable @ CCLOnline for £12.49 + £5.99 Next Day Delivery
20m HDMI Cable @ CCLOnline for £12.49 + £5.99 Next Day Delivery

20m HDMI Cable @ CCLOnline for £12.49 + £5.99 Next Day Delivery

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EDIT: I recieved my hdmi cable, and the ends were 3mm too short on both ends and wouldnt fit into the hdmi port on my television or computer.
EDIT2: I recommend not buying from this company until the hdmi connector end problem is sorted.
EDIT3: Recieved a full refund including postage for my cable, so the end result was fine, however I would not buy these until the company replies on the problem. See page 7 of this thread.

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Voted COLD purely because of the £5.99 delivery charge.

lmao all hdmi cables are exactly the same

djdelmar;8844435

lmao all hdmi cables are exactly the same



so they are all the same length too ? :?

hot

Original Poster

Can't edit the first post, so putting this here:
[SIZE="7"]CCLOnline custom service replied to my problems on page 6. Please read that before deciding whether to buy or not.[/SIZE]

Still cheap even with the expensive delivery.

leemole101;8844450

so they are all the same length too ? :?hot



no but you're ripping yourself off when you can get a poundland one for... £1

Seriously can u get a 20metre HDMI cable for £1 from poundland???

its 20m long not 1-2m

Original Poster

djdelmar;8844476

no but you're ripping yourself off when you can get a poundland one … no but you're ripping yourself off when you can get a poundland one for... £1



with a length of 1m they are fine if the box is next to the TV. This one is 20m needed for distance.
+ cheaper than 20x poundland cables + adaptors

I noticed that [url]www.CPC.farnell.com[/url] have some cheap hdmi cables (inculding 20m ones) worth a look.... they have various quality

djdelmar;8844435

lmao all hdmi cables are exactly the same



Cables

Although no maximum length for an HDMI cable is specified, signal attenuation—dependent on the cable's construction quality and conducting materials—limits usable lengths in practice.[57] HDMI 1.3 defines two cable categories: Category 1-certified cables, which have been tested at 74.5 MHz (which would include resolutions such as 720p60 and 1080i60), and Category 2-certified cables, which have been tested at 340 MHz (which would include resolutions such as 1080p60 and 2160p30).[54][58][59] Category 1 HDMI cables are to be marketed as "Standard" and Category 2 HDMI cables as "High Speed".[1] This labeling guideline for HDMI cables went into effect on October 17, 2008.[60][61] Category 1 and 2 cables can either meet the required parameter specifications for interpair skew, far-end crosstalk, attenuation, and differential impedance, or they can meet the required nonequalized/equalized eye diagram requirements.[58] A cable of about 5 meters (16 ft.) can be manufactured to Category 1 specifications easily and inexpensively by using 28 AWG (0.081 mm²) conductors.[57] With better quality construction and materials, including 24 AWG (0.205 mm²) conductors, an HDMI cable can reach lengths of up to 15 meters (49 ft.).[57] Many HDMI cables under 5 meters of length that were made before the HDMI 1.3 specification can work as Category 2 cables, but only Category 2-tested cables are guaranteed to work.[62]
[edit] Extender

An HDMI extender is a single device (or pair of devices) powered with an external power source or with the 5V DC from the HDMI source.[63][64][65] Long cables can cause instability of HDCP and blinking on the screen, due to the weakened DDC signal that HDCP requires. HDCP DDC signals must be multiplexed with TMDS video signals to be compliant with HDCP requirements for HDMI extenders based on a single Category 5/Category 6 cable.[66][67] Several companies offer amplifiers, equalizers, and repeaters that can string several standard HDMI cables together. Active HDMI cables use electronics within the cable to boost the signal and allow for HDMI cables of up to 30 meters (98 ft.).[63] HDMI extenders that are based on dual Category 5/Category 6 cable can extend HDMI to 250 meters (820 ft.), while HDMI extenders based on optical fiber can extend HDMI to 300 meters (980 ft.).[64][65]

Taken from ]http//en…DMI
maybe all HMDI Cables are NOT the same? ;-)

still not sure, can you repeat that !..A 1 metre cable........

Original Poster

This cable is 20m long...

Banned

This is less than £1 per metre so IS a bargain if this is what you need

Heat added as its 20m so its good if ur TV is hung on the wall and ur Xbox/PS3/Blu Ray is hidden away.

20m is pushing the capabilities of HDMI. Let us know if it works properly.

Original Poster

alasrati;8844778

20m is pushing the capabilities of HDMI. Let us know if it works properly.



Will do, when I get it tomorrow

I've just got some old metal coathangers I've straightended and wet string jammed into the back of my £2000 TV and £1000 AV amp and that's fine so I'm voting cold!

As long as you're prepared to dampen the string if it dries out there is no reason at all to spend these kind of ridiculous sums on cables!!

Without igniting the whole HDMI cable debate (yes, THAT one, let's not go there!), at lengths of 20m, "cheaper" cables might not do the job, particularly at 1080p and depending on which kit you're connecting. I have a 3m cable that works fine at 720p with certain kit combinations but not with others. No real reason for it and when it works, it's 100% fine but when it doesn't, it's unwatchable with the dreaded "sparklies" - a noisy interference pattern over the HD image. It's probably down to the kit plugged in either not sending or receiving correctly but the kit all works (with other cables) so my point is - not all cables are made equally!

SpenJC;8844392

Voted COLD purely because of the £5.99 delivery charge.



For those living nearby, you can collect from their sales counter

CrazyBob;8845455

For those living nearby, you can collect from their sales counter



Especially if you live less than 20 metres away.:whistling:

Banned

Cheapest on the bay is £24.99. Voted HOT!

djdelmar;8844476

no but you're ripping yourself off when you can get a poundland one … no but you're ripping yourself off when you can get a poundland one for... £1



Are you sure you can get 20m hdmi for £1 or are you just posting a worthless dumb comment.

I've voted this deal hot.

djdelmar;8844435

lmao all hdmi cables are exactly the same




Clearly hasn't got a clue.

Do some research.

Be warned, it all depends on your source but its highly unlikey these will work correctly.

Iv had problem with HDMI over 10 meters never mind 20.

It will downgrade to a lower definition or more likely flicker constently.

HDMI over Cat cable is the fiddlly but best way atm i am afraid.

You should be banned from posting in the future.

Llamaman;8847936

You should be banned from posting in the future.





Who are you talking to? :?

leemole101;8844450

so they are all the same length too ? :?hot



YES all hdmi cables are 20M long, however some look shorter, i dont know how they make 20m look like 1m or 2m? maybe its magic:-D

nothing is created equal - cheap copper, will degrade signal over longer cables. not much diffrence in cable performance, I have 2m monster (£70) 2m Belkin (£30) Offical PS3 cable and now some £10 3m cables, all out put the same qulality from my ps3. the £10 cable i just purchased as i needed longer cables, they had £90 rrp i i think from amazon. the monster cable i got 4 years ago.
I would never spend over £15 on hdmi cables, however for 20 meters £12.49 seems too cheap, like an iphone for £60 from china you just know its too good of a deal to be any good of a product

tigger80;8847957

YES all hdmi cables are 20M long, however some look shorter, i dont know … YES all hdmi cables are 20M long, however some look shorter, i dont know how they make 20m look like 1m or 2m? maybe its magic:-D

That's what he tells his wife: "It just looks shorter darling". :w00t:

tigger80;8847963

nothing is created equal - cheap copper, will degrade signal over longer … nothing is created equal - cheap copper, will degrade signal over longer cables. not much diffrence in cable performance, I have 2m monster (£70) 2m Belkin (£30) Offical PS3 cable and now some £10 3m cables, all out put the same qulality from my ps3. the £10 cable i just purchased as i needed longer cables, they had £90 rrp i i think from amazon. the monster cable i got 4 years ago.I would never spend over £15 on hdmi cables, however for 20 meters £12.49 seems too cheap, like an iphone for £60 from china you just know its too good of a deal to be any good of a product



the electricity must know how cheap the copper is somehow.

GSD;8844507

Seriously can u get a 20metre HDMI cable for £1 from poundland???



Ignore him, he's just a second rate troll.

No but seriously, I actually would be a little mode dubious about getting a cheapo cable working over such a long distance. But since I have never tried it I really have no reference point, people who buy this, please report back it would be an interesting addition to the "do we need high quality HDMI cables?" argument as long signal runs are often cited a case where you would need a quality cable.

If this one works fine over 20m with no dropouts then there really are no arguments left for expenso cables.

I really hope it works well.

please report back.

chrisvenn;8844758

Heat added as its 20m so its good if ur TV is hung on the wall and ur … Heat added as its 20m so its good if ur TV is hung on the wall and ur Xbox/PS3/Blu Ray is hidden away.



hidden away lol would have to be up the stairs (20mtr is 60 odd foot ) and if xbox is upstairs and tv downstairs how you going to see the screen.

Banned

I wouldnt trust a 20 metre cable for this price to transmit 1080p. I hope it does for you but i highly doubt it.

As tfish said cat5/6 is the way to go - tvcables.co.uk/cgi…tml

will65mcmanus;8848243

hidden away lol would have to be up the stairs (20mtr is 60 odd foot ) … hidden away lol would have to be up the stairs (20mtr is 60 odd foot ) and if xbox is upstairs and tv downstairs how you going to see the screen.



Would be a good point if we all lived in identical council shoe boxes, thankfully not all of us do

Excellent find, I'm sure will be fine.
n0v

damn you man! hotukdeals.com/ite…ead
As it happens I got one from Kenable for £30 and it works flawlessly.

tfish - you shouldhave got one of those.

Voted hot.

will65mcmanus;8848243

hidden away lol would have to be up the stairs (20mtr is 60 odd foot ) … hidden away lol would have to be up the stairs (20mtr is 60 odd foot ) and if xbox is upstairs and tv downstairs how you going to see the screen.



You put the blu-ray film in the player/ps3 or hd disc in the xbox, and then go in the other room to watch it. Perhaps the games console is in the kids room (assuming that it is actually the kids and not Dads) and you want to watch film on the big screen downstairs.

You didn't think that through did you? :thumbsup:

Interesting will wait to see if it works as i would like to watch cable in my bedroom .

I love posts about HDMI cables... always good for a laugh :thumbsup:
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