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AmazonBasics 3m High-Speed 4K, Ultra HD, HDMI 2.0 Cable - (Latest Standard) Supports Ethernet,- £5.19 (prime) / £9.68 (non prime) @ Amazon
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AmazonBasics 3m High-Speed 4K, Ultra HD, HDMI 2.0 Cable - (Latest Standard) Supports Ethernet,- £5.19 (prime) / £9.68 (non prime) @ Amazon

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Posted 21st Feb

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  • 3m x 2 Pack for £8.79 (prime) / +4.49 (non prime)

  • 24K gold plated contacts offer better corrosion resistance and enhanced signal transfer.
  • Multi-stranded, high-purity copper conductors improve signal integrity and minimize resistance.
  • 100% coverage of high density polyethylene and polyvinyl chloride jacket isolates outside signal.
  • Metal braid and 2 layer Aluminum-Mylar shields protect against external signal interference, ensures stable transmission and reduces signal loss.
  • HDMI A Male to A Male Cable: Supports Ethernet, 3D, 4K video and Audio Return Channel (ARC).
  • Compatible with the HDMI 2.0 (4K Video at 60 Hz, 2160p, 48 bit/px color depth) that supports bandwidth up to 18Gbps and backwards compatible with earlier versions.
  • Compatible with all 3D Blu-Ray players, Real 3D TV, AV receiver with Full HD, UltraHD. Supports all resolutions for Playstation 3 (PS3), Playstation 4 (PS4), Xbox, Xbox One and 4k Ultra HD.
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Cold. Not made out of pure gold. No anti-virus protection. Not 30m long. Doesn't cost £50 so must be awful quality. Who buys Amazon Basics? Peasants, that's who. If it's not Sony branded it's fake and can't even do 720p properly. I only buy the best 8 inch thick monster cables that cost £100+ in Curry's. At least I used to until I found these £919 bad boys:

hifigear.co.uk/aud…tml

They put all 2160p's into 4K, multiply it by 911 and add an extra thousand for good measure for true 32K resolution
Edited by: "SFP_NooDLe" 22nd Feb
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July 2018 I paid £5.15p for the self-same thing. Used it reliably since but know likely about them tbf. It's attached to a 4K, 3D blu-ray player.
Used before great quality no issues
Cold. Not made out of pure gold. No anti-virus protection. Not 30m long. Doesn't cost £50 so must be awful quality. Who buys Amazon Basics? Peasants, that's who. If it's not Sony branded it's fake and can't even do 720p properly. I only buy the best 8 inch thick monster cables that cost £100+ in Curry's. At least I used to until I found these £919 bad boys:

hifigear.co.uk/aud…tml

They put all 2160p's into 4K, multiply it by 911 and add an extra thousand for good measure for true 32K resolution
Edited by: "SFP_NooDLe" 22nd Feb
Kenable do the same thing for half the price and make good cables as well.
U gotta love the description on these things, trying to big them up.
Ummm it’s an HDMI cable.
It will give u the same picture as a £1 cable or a £100 cable.
The signal either works or it doesn’t.
The only real risk with a cheap cable is it breaking at the ends from over use or poor fitting, or of u want a long cable over 7m I’d spend a bit more as with poor hardware such as my new Dell laptop you may get an intermittent signal.... all the Dell Precision’s in our office have the same problem, other much cheaper laptops have no issues.
Bought one the other day, as good as any
iceburglettuce22/02/2020 07:24

U gotta love the description on these things, trying to big them up.Ummm …U gotta love the description on these things, trying to big them up.Ummm it’s an HDMI cable.It will give u the same picture as a £1 cable or a £100 cable.The signal either works or it doesn’t.The only real risk with a cheap cable is it breaking at the ends from over use or poor fitting, or of u want a long cable over 7m I’d spend a bit more as with poor hardware such as my new Dell laptop you may get an intermittent signal.... all the Dell Precision’s in our office have the same problem, other much cheaper laptops have no issues.


With such an otherwise verbose response, one cannot help but wonder why you are so adverse to using the word 'you'.
Edited by: "Roger_Irrelevant" 22nd Feb
Roger_Irrelevant22/02/2020 12:29

With such an otherwise verbose response, one cannot help but wonder why …With such an otherwise verbose response, one cannot help but wonder why you are so adverse to using the word 'you'.


Kettle/black
Bloke in Pc world/Currys told me they make the most money on selling high specification overpriced cables, much like Halfrauds do on headlamp bulbs.
Roger_Irrelevant22/02/2020 12:29

With such an otherwise verbose response, one cannot help but wonder why …With such an otherwise verbose response, one cannot help but wonder why you are so adverse to using the word 'you'.


It started out as a quick response and turned in to my usual pile of drivel I’m afraid.
trannyboy22/02/2020 22:00

Bloke in Pc world/Currys told me they make the most money on selling high …Bloke in Pc world/Currys told me they make the most money on selling high specification overpriced cables, much like Halfrauds do on headlamp bulbs.


I am also a victim of Currys Pc world when I didn't know of hotukdeals... I bought a monster HDMI cable for £80 with a new TV ...
SFP_NooDLe22/02/2020 00:28

Cold. Not made out of pure gold. No anti-virus protection. Not 30m long. …Cold. Not made out of pure gold. No anti-virus protection. Not 30m long. Doesn't cost £50 so must be awful quality. Who buys Amazon Basics? Peasants, that's who. If it's not Sony branded it's fake and can't even do 720p properly. I only buy the best 8 inch thick monster cables that cost £100+ in Curry's. At least I used to until I found these £919 bad boys:https://www.hifigear.co.uk/audioquest-diamond-hdmi.html They put all 2160p's into 4K, multiply it by 911 and add an extra thousand for good measure for true 32K resolution


I prefer the £2,499.00 Nordost Vaalhalla 2 HDMI Cable they sell. Costs more than all my electronics combined, but as they say "a superior quality achieved through the use of uniquely developed conductor solutions that originated within the aerospace industry" and we all know watching movies on the plane is the absolute best experience ever. Plus FREE UK DELIVERY ON ORDERS OVER £100
Edited by: "nascent" 23rd Feb
nascent23/02/2020 12:27

I prefer the £2,499.00 Nordost Vaalhalla 2 HDMI Cable they sell. Costs …I prefer the £2,499.00 Nordost Vaalhalla 2 HDMI Cable they sell. Costs more than all my electronics combined, but as they say "a superior quality achieved through the use of uniquely developed conductor solutions that originated within the aerospace industry" and we all know watching movies on the plane is the absolute best experience ever. Plus FREE UK DELIVERY ON ORDERS OVER £100


That's my go to cable normally but unfortunately due to its popularity it's sold out

I had to lower my standards and opt for the Audiquest Diamond as it's the next best thing.

I still remember when I brought home my brand new Bush DVD player with HDMI output from Argos for £20. All I could think of on the way home was how I could maximise my viewing pleasure by getting the ultimate picture quality.

It was pure fate that directed me to the Nordost Valhalla HDMI cable. I'm a sucker for anything inspired or designed by the aerospace industry and it was the seal of approval I needed. I knew I would get the best in class upscaling to 1080p without any flickering or viruses ruining my enjoyment.

Best £2,000 I've ever spent and I strongly advise you to pick up a few when they're back in stock. They sell out way too fast and I'm not surprised when they're practically giving them away at those low prices.
Edited by: "SFP_NooDLe" 23rd Feb
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