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Belkin IEEE 1394b FireWire Cable (9-pin/4-pin) 1.8m

by Belkin

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  • Fully compatible with Macintosh®
  • Up to 400 Mbps Transfer Speed
  • Up to 400 Mbps Transfer Speed
  • Gold-Plated Copper Contacts - provide excellent conductivity
  • Triple-Shielded Cable
  • Signal Exact Twists® Technology - minimizes cross talk, ensures error-free data transmission
  • Belkin Lifetime Warranty
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Technical Details
BrandBelkin
Item Weight82 g
Product Dimensions26.7 x 14 x 5.1 cm
Item model numberF3N403-06-APL
  
Additional Information
ASINB00009EFR2
Best Sellers Rank 64,737 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight91 g
Date First Available4 Sept. 2006
  
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Belkin FireWire cables support high-speed data transmissions of up to 400Mbps and are designed to exceed the latest IEEE 1394 specifications. They feature Signal Exact Twist technology, to deliver you multimedia data in real-time, error-free....

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Belkin FireWire cables support high-speed data transmissions of up to 400Mbps and are designed to exceed the latest IEEE 1394 specifications. They feature Signal Exact Twist technology, to deliver you multimedia data in real-time, error-free.

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Arrived promptly. Boxed Belkin product so quite expensive based on the price you pay for most interconnects these days but worked straight out of the box. My iMac recognized the camcorder straight away and I was downloading old tapes in seconds.
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Reliable and sturdy cable. I use this cable to connect from my camera (usually on a tripod) to my Mac and there is no issue with the cable length.

Would recommend
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96 of 100 people found the following review helpful
Does exactly what it should. Very useful for HDTV boxes 3 May 2005
By Indy Reviewer - Published on Amazon.com
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The 6' 4 pin to 6 pin Belkin IEEE 1394/Firewire cable does exactly what it says it should for relatively cheap. As long as you're at the 400 MB/s standard as this is, there's no need to spend $50 on a gold plated connector and superheavy isolation like the Monster cables. Firewire is designed to function up to 15' without signal degradation, and unlike analog signals the 0 and 1s of digital signals aren't subject to manipulation by electrical fields. Either they get through or they don't, so as long as these are certified under the standard you save money by not buying useless frills. It's shiny translucent silver, not black, but if you care that much about cable color you probably already have your cables hidden anyway.

The 4 pin models work with most electrical powered devices; the 6 pin models usually are for devices that need battery power. (The extra two pins carry current.) For those looking for an adapter for Comcast/Motorola HDTV-ready digital boxes, this is the cable you need. For some reason Motorola decided to use a 6 pin adapter, where almost all HDTVs and DVHS VCRs use a 4 pin. (PCs typically use 6.) I've used one for a while now to run flawless 1080i signals between my Comcast HDTV box and my DVHS VCR. Recommended.
63 of 64 people found the following review helpful
Satisfied Purchase 31 July 2005
By Wisconsin Dad - Published on Amazon.com
I purchased the Belkin FireWire 6 foot cable to use for transfering home movies from my Digital Hand Held Sony DV Recorder, and am very satisfied with the quality of manufacturing and cable performance.

The cable looks extremely sturdy and well-made, and has lived up to expectations without any hitches or glitches.

This cable, a DV recorder, a FireWire PCI card for your computer, Movie Edit Pro, and plenty of RAM in you home PC is all you need to begin capturing your home movies and turning them into DVDs.
28 of 28 people found the following review helpful
Just what you need to transfer video from Mini DV Camcorders to iMovie! 26 Feb. 2011
By Alexandra A. Munroe - Published on Amazon.com
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I looked all over the internet, went to the geeks at Best Buy an Radio Shack, and got a lot of misinformation. Finally, I found out from Apple that this is what they recommend. It is the exact one the Apple Store sells. They just couldn't get it to me overnight. It is just what you need to transfer video from Mini DV Camcorders to iMovie!

I've used it a number of times on different occasions and it works perfectly! Nothing else did. I have a SONY Mini DV Camcorder TRV-33 that is about seven years old and a new MacBookPro late 2010.

By the way, the input on the MacBookPro looks like it's nine pin, which threw off the "geeks." It actually does if you count them, but the cable is called 800/400. The input has a Y shaped icon that looks a bit like a zipper to the left of it, that means "firewire."

If you use a tripod when shooting, you do not need to stabilize the image when using the firewire to download. It will transfer much faster without image stabilization. If you shot it hand held, you might want to.

I hope this helps others spend less time searching for answers.
31 of 32 people found the following review helpful
Good quality cable, inexpensive 12 Mar. 2006
By N. Schweitzer - Published on Amazon.com
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There isn't a whole lot to say about this cable. It works wonderfully, the cable is thick (i.e. not flimsy), the connectors are well built, and I like the braided-silver-wire appearance. Best of all, most stores mark up cables to outrageous prices but this particular cable costs nearly 70% less on Amazon than it does at various national-chain electronic stores. If you need a 4-to-6 pin firewire cable, this is the one to get. (That being said, make sure you need a 4-6 pin--small one one end, large on the other--cable).
34 of 36 people found the following review helpful
Works Well 7 Jun. 2007
By the Lumberjack - Published on Amazon.com
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This cord worked well for transferring movies from a DVR to my Mac.

Also, while hiking through the wilderness, I came in contact with three bears. I was able to scare off two of them by whipping this fine cord around in large arcs like a whip. Later, after the third bear lost interest in me, the cord served as an excellent tourniquet.

Highly recommend.
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