- Product Dimensions: 100 x 0.5 x 0.5 cm
- Boxed-product Weight: 82 g
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- Item model number: Live in Morrisons
- ASIN: B000Z6YS6Q
- Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 16 Nov. 2007
- Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars See all reviews (742 customer reviews)
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Wired-up HDMI Pro Gold, HDMI TO HDMI Cable With Ethernet
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- HDMI Ethernet Channel
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- 3D Over HDMI
- Gold Plated
- Double Insulated means no electronic
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Compatible with resolutions 480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p, 1440p, 2K and 4K!!Double Insulated means no electronic interference or EMF "noise"Compatibility is guaranteed with all HDMI devices and brands such as PS3s, 3D TVs, Blu-Rays and Xbox360s
Compatible with resolutions 480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p, 1440p, 2K and 4K!!Double Insulated means no electronic interference or EMF "noise"Compatibility is guaranteed with all HDMI devices and brands such as PS3s, 3D TVs, Blu-Rays and Xbox360sSee all Product description
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If the data is corrupted due to a poor cable or connector, you'll know about it on your screen. Small amounts of corruption (eg caused by interference) will still result in obvious picture defects. If these are evident, double check that all connectors are fully inserted and there is no damage to the cable. Always keep the leads as short as possible to reduce clutter and minimise pick-up of interference.
Happily, the lead being reviewed here suffered from no quality problems and gave perfect results.
Moral of the HDMI story: for the normal connections around your TV and player/recorder system(s), BUY THE CHEAPEST LEAD WITH GOLD PLATED CONTACTS that you can find.
A word of warning when it comes to HDMI cables, many people will tell you (wrongly) that you need to buy a more expensive cable, as it gives you a better picture. Don't listen to them. HDMI is digital technology, therefore if all the information gets transferred correctly and completely from one end of the cable to the other, then the picture will be the same regardless of the cable (if it doesn't do this it will be immediately clear, no picture, very distorted picture, etc.).
There is a placebo effect at work here where people claim to see a better picture from more expensive cables (it's their brain saying "it must be a better picture as it cost 50 times more than another cable").
What I will grant them is that the more expensive cables are very well put together, and therefore less likely to have an error, but at the prices being charged they are simply not worth it. If you buy a cheaper cable and is doesn't work properly, send it back, simple as that.
Don't get me wrong, I will pay a premium for quality, but in this case the numbers just don't add up.
Buy this cable, it does everything you want for very little money.
But the issue is not whether differences exist but whether they affect the user. And in practice the average person lacks sufficiently acute senses to detect those differences even when inferior cables are used to connect high quality audio and video equipment. Without the use of test equipment I can rarely make that detection, and I have an in depth knowledge of the science and what to look for.
Also loss is most detectable in longer cables e.g. 5 metres plus. These cables are only 1 metre in length.
I bought these cables to connect my son's HD Sky Box to an HD TV. Their performance proved perfectly satisfactory even when I compared them to my own high quality professional cables. My conclusion. Excellent value for money. I genuinely recommend them for any home user.
A tip for everyone looking for digital cables: The main aspect that you should look for is cable length. Yes, that's right. The signal is DIGITAL so it won't suffer distortion as analogic signals would. It will either work perfectly or not work at all. The only exception is if the cable is longer than 2 or 3 meters. In this case the signal could suffer a small loss if the cable is not top quality.
So if your Blu-Ray, DVD, Home Theatre etc is right below your TV, get the shortest cable you can possibly find that have decent connectors. Don't pay for any brand model unless you really need a 5 or 10M cable.
This cable proved a disappointment. I frequently change the angle of my TV on its stand when gaming or watching films. Using this cable the connection would regularly fail and the signal would be lost to my DVD recorder.
Furthermore the Viera link functions (my TV and DVD are both Panasonic) refused to work. I initially put this down to the fact that my DVD recorder is much older than the TV and decided they weren't compatible. But the reliability issue persuaded me to order the Pro Gold Red HDMI cable also available on Amazon ([...]).
What a difference! Not only is the connection rock solid I am now able to use the Viera link functions.
For me it was worth paying the extra for reliability and compatibility. Other users mileage may vary depending on the components they use.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good hdmi cable, big long cable so perfect for someone who's needing a long cable.Published 1 day ago by Andrew Hutton
After a while would randomly stop working causing the TV picture to be lost for a few seconds. Don't be fooled by the 'Pro Gold' label. Read morePublished 1 month ago by L. Rogerson-Thomas