Bush Free Angle HDMI Connector now reduced to 79p @ Argos
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Bush Free Angle HDMI Connector now reduced to 79p @ Argos

£0.79£0.9920%Argos Deals
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Refreshed 14th Aug (Posted 8th Aug)
Now 79p good stock levels ATOP.

90 degree HDMI angle adaptor.

  • HDMI.
  • Gold plated connectors.
  • Oxygen-free copper.
  • Multi-positional head for corners.
  • Transmits in high definition 1080p quality.
  • Adaptors included.
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Picked up 2 of these yesterday at 99p. Can't believe they're only 79p today.

I'll not sleep tonight.
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check you are getting the right ones

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Great price but oos in my area. Heat
very few left in south wales, excellent price though
What does "Free Angle" mean? This item has a fixed angle (90 degrees). Are there others with a variable or 'free' angle?
ozodimal6 m ago

What does "Free Angle" mean? This item has a fixed angle (90 degrees). Are …What does "Free Angle" mean? This item has a fixed angle (90 degrees). Are there others with a variable or 'free' angle?


Yes there are... but as you say, this one is fixed.
I suspect the misleading description is why they are being sold off.
Picked up 2 of these yesterday at 99p. Can't believe they're only 79p today.

I'll not sleep tonight.
This deal got hot at £0.99 so will probably get hotter now. I personally prefer the free angle ones but can't argue at this price, so hot.
Bought 5 (Knaresborough) as I'm going to wall mount my TV's soon, cheers.
Edited by: "JasonScott" 8th Aug
thank you for the share
Paid 2 quid for HDMI lead with angled connector last week clearance at Sainsbury's so i'll take that as a minor victory. 79p is a great price though - Heat!
I guess £0.79 will be the lowest price right? Maybe I should buy it now.
CallMeADrain2 m ago

I guess £0.79 will be the lowest price right? Maybe I should buy it now.


I'm holding out for £0.75
People getting excited over 20p, Jesus...
Are these 4K compatible?
Great price - thanks for posting.
Gadgetman66623 h, 36 m ago

very few left in south wales, excellent price though


Not suprised.The Welsh go nuts over HDMI adapters. They caused the great HDMI connector shortage of the early 2000's. Global prices doubled for almost 11 years. They've only just started to normalise
Edited by: "ra786" 9th Aug
planehazza1 h, 21 m ago

People getting excited over 20p, Jesus...


Your thinking is all wrong. It's not just 20p, it's twenty penny goodies. Or two Astro Belts.
Yes 4K compatible... all HDMI cables are, ignore all the nonsense about different versions. Even the original first edition HDMI cables have the bandwidth for 4k
Bush free. Just how I like it.
thewolf8u1 h, 6 m ago

Yes 4K compatible... all HDMI cables are, ignore all the nonsense about …Yes 4K compatible... all HDMI cables are, ignore all the nonsense about different versions. Even the original first edition HDMI cables have the bandwidth for 4k


Depends on the length. A 1m cable it doesn't matter. But I have 5m - 10m cables that breakup if you use 1080p let alone "4k". The quality does vary and for long cables the extra certification is something to look for. Especially if you are using adapters on each end of the cable, like these.
JoeLennox29 m ago

Depends on the length. A 1m cable it doesn't matter. But I have 5m - 10m …Depends on the length. A 1m cable it doesn't matter. But I have 5m - 10m cables that breakup if you use 1080p let alone "4k". The quality does vary and for long cables the extra certification is something to look for. Especially if you are using adapters on each end of the cable, like these.


I’ve a 20m cable with two adaptors like this, it’s fine. You can even buy 70m hdmi cables and the official standard has no max length (see Wikipedia) the only real limits are the gauge and quality of materials used. Unlike analog cable the picture quality won’t go snowy, it either works or it doesn’t as the signals digital and these days they all work as no one makes cables which aren’t classed as high speed. If a manufacturer makes a 100m cable then it will work, they wouldn’t make it otherwise. You’d struggle to find a cable that isn’t high speed anywhere. Ignore all the hdmi cable version nonsense 1.4, 2.1, 2.2, etc.
thewolf8u28 m ago

I’ve a 20m cable with two adaptors like this, it’s fine. You can even buy 7 …I’ve a 20m cable with two adaptors like this, it’s fine. You can even buy 70m hdmi cables and the official standard has no max length (see Wikipedia) the only real limits are the gauge and quality of materials used. Unlike analog cable the picture quality won’t go snowy, it either works or it doesn’t as the signals digital and these days they all work as no one makes cables which aren’t classed as high speed. If a manufacturer makes a 100m cable then it will work, they wouldn’t make it otherwise. You’d struggle to find a cable that isn’t high speed anywhere. Ignore all the hdmi cable version nonsense 1.4, 2.1, 2.2, etc.


You're wrong about that. Buy some cheap cables off eBay. Mass imported from China. They won't work at 100m let alone 20m.
And when they are at the edge of signal quality, you might see some snowy pictures, small white flecks across the screen. That's the first sign that a signal is week. If it gets any worse the picture will flicker on and off every few seconds.
People do make crap HDMI cables. Internet's full of them. I'm speaking from personal experience, having used lots of long HDMI cables on different devices, not reading articles on Wikipedia.
JoeLennox1 h, 54 m ago

You're wrong about that. Buy some cheap cables off eBay. Mass imported …You're wrong about that. Buy some cheap cables off eBay. Mass imported from China. They won't work at 100m let alone 20m.And when they are at the edge of signal quality, you might see some snowy pictures, small white flecks across the screen. That's the first sign that a signal is week. If it gets any worse the picture will flicker on and off every few seconds. People do make crap HDMI cables. Internet's full of them. I'm speaking from personal experience, having used lots of long HDMI cables on different devices, not reading articles on Wikipedia.


As I just said “it depends on the quality” so don’t buy cheap from China!!! Read the official HDMI standard there is NO OFFICIAL LIMIT other than the gauge and quality of materials.
thewolf8u44 m ago

As I just said “it depends on the quality” so don’t buy cheap from China …As I just said “it depends on the quality” so don’t buy cheap from China!!! Read the official HDMI standard there is NO OFFICIAL LIMIT other than the gauge and quality of materials.


No-one said there was an official limit
These could be really handy for folk with dongles, like MiraCast/EZCast/Chromecast that don't quite fit their TV.

I'm on holiday, and my dongles don't fit the akward port I need to connect to, as there's other architecture on the TV in the way

... Edit: Or a tight fitting wall mounted system
Edited by: "TheAngryMob" 10th Aug
Good price! After buying a 90 degree angle one recently I found I actually need the 270 degree version. Just found one of those for £1.27 at the moment, inc delivery, on Amazon UK, so ordered one there.
I just wanted to share my experience, in case people pick these up and find they are having picture issues with them. I got some cheap 1.5M HDMI extender cables, so that I could swap devices between my HDMI ports without damaging the TV connector. I found that most connected fine via the extenders, some no issues and others by turning off automatic settings ie. selecting 1080 (apart from the PS3, it refused).The PS4 had an occasional flicker black screen on PS4. No ideal but passable.

However, after watching a recent 'My Life in Gaming' video episode RGB106, where guest host John Linnerman (of 'Digital Foundry') at about 30m35s talks about why setting devices RGB range to "Limited" is a good option. I went back into PS4 settings, set it to Limited range, and 'knock on wood' I've had no flickering issues since. I still need to check the PS3, see if Limited range fixes its issue.

So if you get these right angle connectors, and end up having issues, try connecting direct to TV first and going through the settings. Turn off any automatic settings, and try changing colour range to Limited, then try the right angle connector again. But if its a 4K device, it probably just won't be compatible. In that case you'll have to source a right angle cable that supports 4K at 60Hz with bandwidth of 18Gbps.
Edited by: "imdave" 11th Aug
thewolf8u9th Aug

As I just said “it depends on the quality” so don’t buy cheap from China …As I just said “it depends on the quality” so don’t buy cheap from China!!! Read the official HDMI standard there is NO OFFICIAL LIMIT other than the gauge and quality of materials.


I love a good HDMI debate! Don't buy cheap from China? But the vast majority of cables are manufactured in China. Even the "high quality, low guage" ones. So how is anyone meant to distinguish between a good cable and a bad one. Point of origin would not be a good way to do so. And although there is no official limit to cable length, I would point out that even the official HDMI site states: "it is likely the maximum lengths for passive cables will be approximately 2 to 3 meters."
HDMI standards are arrived at by a very loose group of device manufacturers and companies. Their criteria for licensing isn't sticking to a specification, but paying a fee. (Which is why they won't commit to official length limit). In low voltage cabling, you're going to hit an upper limit very quickly, irrespective of cable gauge and material purity. If anything, I've had fewer problems with long analogue cabling (VGA, Component).
Edited by: "ra786" 11th Aug
planehazza9th Aug

People getting excited over 20p, Jesus...


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I've examined the pics, they're definitely bush free
You had me at Bush Free
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