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Eveready 4K HDMI Cable now £3 at B&M speke
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Eveready 4K HDMI Cable now £3 at B&M speke

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Posted 4th Dec 2019Available: National, South East, South, South West, London, East of England, West Midlands, East Midlands, Yorkshire & Lincolnshire, North West, North East, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland

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14 Comments
Hmm a quid in poundland!
Edited by: "omendata" 4th Dec 2019
omendata04/12/2019 11:30

Hmm a quid in poundland!


The quality's obviously better on this one then the poundlands
JustinGabriel04/12/2019 11:40

The quality's obviously better on this one then the poundlands


Did you not notice the smiley!

Harsh but not fair harsh but not fair!
lol

Its a digital cable mate there is little to no difference between one from poundland or this i know i have both and they both perform the same - you are thinking of analogue transmission dude this is the digital age!

What do you term quality in terms of the cable?
Because its gold plated or it says 4k lol

Here have a read and learn summat and save money!
cnet.com/new…se/
Edited by: "omendata" 4th Dec 2019
Probably talking more about 'Build Quality'... Both cables will no doubt perform the same... Maybe the cable from poundland is using a slightly different type of plastic (cheaper build materials to keep costs down). Regardless if the cable itself performs the same.
omendata04/12/2019 11:44

Did you not notice the smiley!Harsh but not fair harsh but not fair!lolIts …Did you not notice the smiley!Harsh but not fair harsh but not fair!lolIts a digital cable mate there is little to no difference between one from poundland or this i know i have both and they both perform the same - you are thinking of analogue transmission dude this is the digital age!What do you term quality in terms of the cable?Because its gold plated or it says 4k lolHere have a read and learn summat and save money!https://www.cnet.com/news/4k-hdmi-cables-are-nonsense/(shock)


Haha sorry didn't notice the smiley
Tip: places like screwfix and toolststion do good hdmi cables for a fair price
I guess that this is a 2m cable instead of the 1m £1 cables from poundland, if thats worth the extra couple of quid.
"4K HDMI Cable". What a load of nonsense.
Sweet have some heat
In 2019 people still buy more expensive, "better quality" HDMI cables? Ouch
omendata04/12/2019 11:44

Because its gold plated or it says 4k


To be fair 4K is written in Gold too. That has to mean something right?
marmaluke04/12/2019 21:36

"4K HDMI Cable". What a load of nonsense.


Not really. Means it's easy to tell this is a newer spec HDMI cable that has the bandwidth for 4K. Not all spec of HDMI cable support 4K.
Alex_H04/12/2019 23:26

Not really. Means it's easy to tell this is a newer spec HDMI cable that …Not really. Means it's easy to tell this is a newer spec HDMI cable that has the bandwidth for 4K. Not all spec of HDMI cable support 4K.



Hi speed is hi speed dude if it works in 1080p 1.4 then it will work with 4K its only length of over 4-5 metres that starts to introduce signal jitter and insertion loss - same with ethernet really except it 90 metres plus patch!

cnet.com/new…se/
Edited by: "omendata" 5th Dec 2019
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