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Posted 24th Feb

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Latest hdmi 2.1 cable with Latest hdmi 2.1 standard. Backwards compatible with hdmi 2.0 and hdmi 1.4. Nearly double price on Amazon and Ebay UK. Best to use with Apple TV and Xbox One X and other gaming rigs wherever best signal quality and low latency is needed.

Same cable £21.99 on Amazon UK.
SIKAI 8K Ultra High Speed Cable Compatible with LG OLED TV 4K@60HZ 8K@120Hz 48Gbps 4320P UHD HDR High-Definition Multimedia Interface Cord for Apple TV, LG OLED TV, PS4, XBOX MEHRWEG (1.5 Feet, Blue)



Hdmi cables are used both in TV, laptops and computer monitors so you all will have a couple or more. While they all look same on the outside, there is lots of difference in their quality. Those certified for hdmi 2.1 like this one are the best. Also shorter the cable, lesser the signal loss.

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Even Apple sells hdmi 2.1 cable and recommends it for double the price for its 4k TV box, MacBook and other gadgets.

apple.com/uk/shop/product/HLL52ZM/A/belkin-ultra-high-speed-4k-hdmi-cable-2m?
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Stopped reading at "increases picture quality" and voted cold.
This thread is a good example of all those "things" people say about the average voter?!

Sorry…… Rant time


The thing someone on this thread seems to be missing, is that HDMI 1 and HDMI 2 use the exact same cable!
You can tell they don’t understand what people are talking about with cable standards, because they talk about "picture quality" rather than BANDWIDTH!
They confuse talking about 2.1 HDMI and 2.1 HDMI cables!
(Oh and the people writing those articles don’t understand the issues of crosstalk, attenuation, and return loss issues in pushing data-rates. Which is why their useless)

You can tell they don't know what’s going on because they compare a century old analogy cable technology to digital technology as if its a useful comparator.

I imagine this person thinks the upgrade from ADSL to VDSL is pure magic?!
Those two little copper wires coming into you house can do 56kb with ADSL right! There's no way that same cable can do 60Mb... right?!
BT wave their magic wand when they install a VDSL modem, and the copper in you phone cable becomes...... I don't know space-copper?

Maybe kind of person justifying their Sandstrom cable purchase?!

I get the impression that explaining why some cables will work, while others won’t, while all still being HDMI cables, would be a bit lost here. And I’ve gone on too long all ready.
I can supply a special oil for lubricating leads to increase pixel density and clarity. PM me and I'll let you know the price and cost of this special 'Snake Oil' branded cable lubricant.

Guaranteed to improve your results or we'll not double the difference plus 10%
sam_of_london24/02/2019 23:54

No it can increase picture quality with existing 4K equipment like 4k …No it can increase picture quality with existing 4K equipment like 4k Apple tv and Xbox One X etc. Gamers want best picture with lowest latency.


utter rubbish Do you work in Currys/PC World?
Edited by: "powerbrick" 25th Feb
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Do you own an 8k monitor to take advantage of this?
Darkraiser24/02/2019 23:51

Do you own an 8k monitor to take advantage of this?


Do two 4k's count ?
Darkraiser24/02/2019 23:51

Do you own an 8k monitor to take advantage of this?


No it can increase picture quality with existing 4K equipment like 4k Apple tv and Xbox One X etc. Gamers want best picture with lowest latency.
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 24th Feb
Not sure there will be a rush to 8k yet. First film to be filmed in 8k was Guardians of the Galaxy vol 2. Definitely don't see the point having it at home. Been reading some articles, even on a huge IMAX screen it's hard to see the difference between 4k and 8k. It will be sometime before all the studios upgrade as well, not just the cameras, it would be the software as well that needs redoing. All the computers that do the editing, sfx, it's a huge cost. Only so many pixels the human eye can see
drewbles822 m ago

Not sure there will be a rush to 8k yet. First film to be filmed in 8k was …Not sure there will be a rush to 8k yet. First film to be filmed in 8k was Guardians of the Galaxy vol 2. Definitely don't see the point having it at home. Been reading some articles, even on a huge IMAX screen it's hard to see the difference between 4k and 8k. It will be sometime before all the studios upgrade as well, not just the cameras, it would be the software as well that needs redoing. All the computers that do the editing, sfx, it's a huge cost. Only so many pixels the human eye can see


Weakest link determines the strength of the chain. Some people here will buy expensive 4k hdr and oled TV and use hdmi 1.4 or below cable and say TV does not work properly. Penny wise pound foolish.
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 24th Feb
Biggunspaul24/02/2019 23:53

Do two 4k's count ?


You are 50% there, 8K is 4 x 4K.

Is this a genuine HDMI 2.1 Cable? seems like a decent price if so, but I doubt I'll be needing one for another decade or so, Still haven't upgraded to a 4K monitor yet.
Stopped reading at "increases picture quality" and voted cold.
Harryisme3 m ago

You are 50% there, 8K is 4 x 4K.Is this a genuine HDMI 2.1 Cable? seems …You are 50% there, 8K is 4 x 4K.Is this a genuine HDMI 2.1 Cable? seems like a decent price if so, but I doubt I'll be needing one for another decade or so, Still haven't upgraded to a 4K monitor yet.


drewbles8219 m ago

Not sure there will be a rush to 8k yet. First film to be filmed in 8k was …Not sure there will be a rush to 8k yet. First film to be filmed in 8k was Guardians of the Galaxy vol 2. Definitely don't see the point having it at home. Been reading some articles, even on a huge IMAX screen it's hard to see the difference between 4k and 8k. It will be sometime before all the studios upgrade as well, not just the cameras, it would be the software as well that needs redoing. All the computers that do the editing, sfx, it's a huge cost. Only so many pixels the human eye can see


Crazy to think that japan has 8k tv channels already.
Darkraiser24/02/2019 23:51

Do you own an 8k monitor to take advantage of this?


You have tv 8k if you have the money
jaydeeuk125/02/2019 00:03

Stopped reading at "increases picture quality" and voted cold.


It will definitely increase picture quality over hdmi 1.4 cables currently being used. I remember how much difference changing old scart to hdmi cable in some tvs I noticed.
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 25th Feb
sam_of_london24/02/2019 23:54

No it can increase picture quality with existing 4K equipment like 4k …No it can increase picture quality with existing 4K equipment like 4k Apple tv and Xbox One X etc. Gamers want best picture with lowest latency.


sam_of_london has exceeded expectations yet again. Not sure how you'll manage to beat this one though.
Ashe25/02/2019 00:19

sam_of_london has exceeded expectations yet again. Not sure how you'll …sam_of_london has exceeded expectations yet again. Not sure how you'll manage to beat this one though.


If it was £1000 oled TV, everyone votes hot here, but not for little things which make lots of difference.
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 25th Feb
Pah, who’s buying any less than 16K in 2019?

Am I playing the game right?
finknottle52 m ago

Pah, who’s buying any less than 16K in 2019?Am I playing the game right? ; …Pah, who’s buying any less than 16K in 2019?Am I playing the game right?


Xbox One X and Apple TV 4k already meet some of hdmi 2.1 features. Just empty talk of 16k without any technical info.

forbes.com/sites/kevinmurnane/2019/01/06/xbox-added-next-gen-technology-to-the-one-x-early-last-year-and-few-noticed/
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 25th Feb
sam_of_london25/02/2019 00:22

If it was £1000 oled TV, everyone votes hot here, but not little things …If it was £1000 oled TV, everyone votes hot here, but not little things which make lots of difference.


The problem is that you will continue to believe you are right, even if hundreds of people replied to you with numerous pieces of evidence that you are wrong.
sam_of_london24/02/2019 23:54

No it can increase picture quality with existing 4K equipment like 4k …No it can increase picture quality with existing 4K equipment like 4k Apple tv and Xbox One X etc. Gamers want best picture with lowest latency.


utter rubbish Do you work in Currys/PC World?
Edited by: "powerbrick" 25th Feb
Ashe25/02/2019 00:26

The problem is that you will continue to believe you are right, even if …The problem is that you will continue to believe you are right, even if hundreds of people replied to you with numerous pieces of evidence that you are wrong.


Give me any evidence. Hundreds of websites have written advantages of hdmi 2.1. Are they all wrong? And something which does not cost the earth like a new oled TV or new gaming rig.

digitaltrends.com/home-theater/hdmi-explained-everything-you-need-to-know-news-specs/
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 25th Feb
sam_of_london25/02/2019 00:31

Give me any evidence. Hundreds of websites have written advantages of hdmi …Give me any evidence. Hundreds of websites have written advantages of hdmi 2.1. Are they all wrong? And something which does not cost the earth like a new oled TV or new gaming rig. digitaltrends.com/home-theater/hdmi-explained-everything-you-need-to-know-news-specs/


There are so many caveats in the two links you gave in terms of current hardware (you would need a TV that supports these features, let alone games, the Xbox One X and other devices not actually having HDMI 2.1) that it's not worth covering the technicalities of it all.

But I do thank you for subsidising the cost of future technology for us all.
Ashe25/02/2019 00:45

There are so many caveats in the two links you gave in terms of current …There are so many caveats in the two links you gave in terms of current hardware (you would need a TV that supports these features, let alone games, the Xbox One X and other devices not actually having HDMI 2.1) that it's not worth covering the technicalities of it all. But I do thank you for subsidising the cost of future technology for us all.


This is at the cost of decent hdmi 2.0 cable in UK so I thought of posting.

Belkin Ultra HD High Speed HDMI Cable (2018) – 3.3 ft/1m 4K HDMI Cable, Supports 4K/120 Hz and 8K/60 Hz, Dolby Vision/HDR 10 Compatible, 48 Gbps amazon.co.uk/dp/…WBK
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 25th Feb
sam_of_london25/02/2019 00:48

This is at the cost of decent hdmi 2.0 cable in UK so I thought of …This is at the cost of decent hdmi 2.0 cable in UK so I thought of posting.


Even if that was true (which it's not), that's nothing to do with making false claims about it increasing image quality.
Ashe25/02/2019 00:51

Even if that was true (which it's not), that's nothing to do with making …Even if that was true (which it's not), that's nothing to do with making false claims about it increasing image quality.


There is no shortage of nimby,s in this country.

Even Apple sells it and recommends it for double the price.

apple.com/uk/shop/product/HLL52ZM/A/belkin-ultra-high-speed-4k-hdmi-cable-2m?afid=p238%7CsL4w7cF5j-dm_mtid_187079nc38483_pcrid_104154899041_&cid=aos-uk-kwgo-pla-btb--slid-----product-HLL52ZM/A-UK
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 25th Feb
sam_of_london25/02/2019 00:53

There is no shortage of nimby,s in this country.


'NIMBY' generally stands for 'Not in My Back Yard', meaning those people who object to something if it's taking place near to their locality. So you're correct on that point, there are plenty in this country.
sam_of_london10 m ago

There is no shortage of nimby,s in this country.Even Apple sells it and …There is no shortage of nimby,s in this country.Even Apple sells it and recommends it for double the price. apple.com/uk/shop/product/HLL52ZM/A/belkin-ultra-high-speed-4k-hdmi-cable-2m?afid=p238%7CsL4w7cF5j-dm_mtid_187079nc38483_pcrid_104154899041_&cid=aos-uk-kwgo-pla-btb--slid-----product-HLL52ZM/A-UK


Apple has so much faith in them that they exclude it from their own warranty
sam_of_london25/02/2019 00:53

There is no shortage of nimby,s in this country.Even Apple sells it and …There is no shortage of nimby,s in this country.Even Apple sells it and recommends it for double the price. apple.com/uk/shop/product/HLL52ZM/A/belkin-ultra-high-speed-4k-hdmi-cable-2m?afid=p238%7CsL4w7cF5j-dm_mtid_187079nc38483_pcrid_104154899041_&cid=aos-uk-kwgo-pla-btb--slid-----product-HLL52ZM/A-UK


Didn't know Belkin and Moshou were the same company? So how is it the same :/
Ashe33 m ago

'NIMBY' generally stands for 'Not in My Back Yard', meaning those people …'NIMBY' generally stands for 'Not in My Back Yard', meaning those people who object to something if it's taking place near to their locality. So you're correct on that point, there are plenty in this country.


Till last year I used to see same comments degrading 4k TV over 1080p TV. Some people here can only deal with things they know on their high street. Change even for the better, frightens them. Anyway, I wish these were more cheaper and more easier to find and buy than the expensive old electronic junk , I find on the High Street shops. Maplins was the biggest of them. When it closed, it had millions of obsolete scart cables. All its shops were full of old expensive rubbish except a few useful bits which I bought.
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 25th Feb
powerbrick25/02/2019 01:08

Didn't know Belkin and Moshou were the same company? So how is it the same …Didn't know Belkin and Moshou were the same company? So how is it the same :/


They are not. But they are both selling hdmi 2.1 cables. And Moshou is half price. I am not even bothered about company. If Belkin was cheaper, I would have listed it but it is more than double price. The point here is most people are ignorant about hdmi 2.1. So the learning curve and its better to buy hdmi 2.1 than hdmi 2.0 if price difference is not big.
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 25th Feb
sam_of_london25/02/2019 01:43

They are not. But they are both selling hdmi 2.1 cables. And Moshou is …They are not. But they are both selling hdmi 2.1 cables. And Moshou is half price. I am not even bothered about company. If Belkin was cheaper, I would have listed it but it is more than double price.


But one is a well known manufacturer and the other isn't. You posts do not make sense :/

voted COLD
powerbrick30 m ago

But one is a well known manufacturer and the other isn't. You posts do …But one is a well known manufacturer and the other isn't. You posts do not make sense voted COLD


If Belkin bought from Moshou and sold it, suddenly it will become better and justify double price. I would not be posting here if it was double price.
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 25th Feb
powerbrick1 h, 59 m ago

utter rubbish Do you work in Currys/PC World?


No I don't. I was looking to buy one and saw this one was half price. Curry's pc world would not sell you cutting edge, state of the art technology for this price. They need their cut. Most of their employees cannot even tell differnce between hdmi 1.4, 2.0 and 2.1 unless selling a 85 inch £ 10, 000 oled TV where hdmi 2.1 cable is being used and stakes for them very high.
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 25th Feb
This thread is a good example of all those "things" people say about the average voter?!

Sorry…… Rant time


The thing someone on this thread seems to be missing, is that HDMI 1 and HDMI 2 use the exact same cable!
You can tell they don’t understand what people are talking about with cable standards, because they talk about "picture quality" rather than BANDWIDTH!
They confuse talking about 2.1 HDMI and 2.1 HDMI cables!
(Oh and the people writing those articles don’t understand the issues of crosstalk, attenuation, and return loss issues in pushing data-rates. Which is why their useless)

You can tell they don't know what’s going on because they compare a century old analogy cable technology to digital technology as if its a useful comparator.

I imagine this person thinks the upgrade from ADSL to VDSL is pure magic?!
Those two little copper wires coming into you house can do 56kb with ADSL right! There's no way that same cable can do 60Mb... right?!
BT wave their magic wand when they install a VDSL modem, and the copper in you phone cable becomes...... I don't know space-copper?

Maybe kind of person justifying their Sandstrom cable purchase?!

I get the impression that explaining why some cables will work, while others won’t, while all still being HDMI cables, would be a bit lost here. And I’ve gone on too long all ready.
There aren't HDMI 2.1 cables, there are standard, high and ultra (48G) high-speed cables. Neither of the two links in the OP are certified adopters or listed as such. The HDMI number is the connector on the device not the cable itself. So there aren't any 1.4, 2.0 or 2.1 cables, they're the connectors' version.
Just send them back op
No such thing as an HDMI 2.1 cable. It is just a ultra high speed cable which allows more data through put. It's just a marketing gimmick to increase price.
sam_of_london7 h, 0 m ago

It will definitely increase picture quality over hdmi 1.4 cables …It will definitely increase picture quality over hdmi 1.4 cables currently being used. I remember how much difference changing old scart to hdmi cable in some tvs I noticed.


Comparing hdmi standards to the change from scart to hdmi... LOL HILARIOUS! Thanks for the laugh
sam_of_london24/02/2019 23:54

No it can increase picture quality with existing 4K equipment like 4k …No it can increase picture quality with existing 4K equipment like 4k Apple tv and Xbox One X etc. Gamers want best picture with lowest latency.


Hi Sam, buying a 48gbps HDMI cable won’t improve picture quality, except that it will allow for using all of the features of HDMI 2.1. Both your display and source would need to have HDMI 2.1 capabilities (I actually seem to remember reading that the One X does, but don’t quote me on that).

This might actually be a useful deal for someone wanting to take advantage of their new 2.1 equipped TV.
sam_of_london25/02/2019 00:22

If it was £1000 oled TV, everyone votes hot here, but not for little …If it was £1000 oled TV, everyone votes hot here, but not for little things which make lots of difference.


I find changing the fuse from 5a to 13a makes HDR even brighter
Have some heat Sam. I have learned a lot about HDMI cables so thank you.
jaydeeuk125/02/2019 09:15

I find changing the fuse from 5a to 13a makes HDR even brighter


That is outright dangerous. The fuse won't blow, but something else will blow up. Bandwidth and power have no relationship. Old plasma tvs consumed lots of power. But it is not the case anymore.
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 25th Feb
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