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HDMI Cable Version 1.3 Gold plated connections - 3metre £4.99 Each + Free Delivery @ Newitts
HDMI Cable Version 1.3  Gold plated connections - 3metre £4.99 Each + Free Delivery @ Newitts

HDMI Cable Version 1.3 Gold plated connections - 3metre £4.99 Each + Free Delivery @ Newitts

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Hi

Browsing Newitts and found these HDMI Cables
only 5 of the 3 mtr left in stock, and funnily the 2 mtr is priced at £6.16.
5% Quidco.
Posting for anybody that may find this item of interest.

Hope it's of help

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Original Poster

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wow been looking for one of these with gold plated connections . . .

Very good price. Ain't going to buy one even though i should. Don't really need another cable.

I am sure someone will help out... but I thought that HDMI over short lengths on cheap cable was fine... but over longer lengths they started to lose the quality. If this is the case does 3m classify as a length over which noticable quality will be lost?

Perfick... just what I needed and for a great price... hot, hot... Thanks.

Amazing that the 2m ones are £2.00 more expensive than the 3m ones

Searcher2;4486369

I am sure someone will help out... but I thought that HDMI over short … I am sure someone will help out... but I thought that HDMI over short lengths on cheap cable was fine... but over longer lengths they started to lose the quality. If this is the case does 3m classify as a length over which noticable quality will be lost?



It all depends on the quality of the HDMI cable, but you definately wont get any loss over a 3m run even with the cheaper cables

There are probably 3 length barriers at the moment for HD signals over HDMI

Passive copper cables of high quality should be good for 15m.
Active copper cables of high quality should be good for 40-60m.
Fiber Optic cables should be good for 100m+

2m ones from ebuyer for a touch under £4 inc free super saver delivery -

ebuyer.com/pro…508

Nowhere near their old price of £2.55, but still cheaper if you don't actually need 3m.

Original Poster

clondikemike;4486429

Amazing that the 2m ones are £2.00 more expensive than the 3m ones



I know, that's what I thought. :-D

Original Poster

clondikemike;4486476

It all depends on the quality of the HDMI cable, but you definately wont … It all depends on the quality of the HDMI cable, but you definately wont get any loss over a 3m run even with the cheaper cablesThere are probably 3 length barriers at the moment for HD signals over HDMIPassive copper cables of high quality should be good for 15m.Active copper cables of high quality should be good for 40-60m.Fiber Optic cables should be good for 100m+



Am glad you answered his question, too technical for me am afraid :oops::-D

OOS now
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