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AudioQuest - Coffee 2' HDMI Cable - Brown/Black

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Best Buy Customer Reviews

The difference is noticeable!5 Posted by: from: on I bought this cable in preparation for the LG 65EG9600. If I was going with one of the best TVs I wanted one of the best HDMI cables. Before the TV arrived I decided to try the cable out on a base wi-fi model Sony blu-ray player on an old Samsung TV (so old when the TV turns off you can still see images for a bit). When I streamed Parks and Rec it was a drastic difference! The colors were more vibrant and the picture somehow became better. Some people may balk at spending this money on a cable, but to me it's a great investment that will say around! I've since moved it to my new OLED 4K and the picture it transfers is great. Even 3D movies pop. Granted that's mostly the TV, but these cables to help as we've even used an older and cheap cable on the new TV and the picture wasn't as alive.

1 out of 4 found this review helpful.

best bang for the buck5 Posted by: from: Killeen, TX on I want to start saying this is the best cable out there. When 4' is not enough and 5' is just too long, audioquest comes in with the 4.9' HDMI cable. Why spend $100 more for the 6.6' cable when you really need 4.9? Besides, I want the best quality possible for my 70" Visio and that extra 1.7' will just add extra degradation of video quality. Everyone knows that the longer the cable, the weaker the signal. The only downside is now I can't watch TV at anyone else's house. The first thing I do is visually inspect their HDMI cables and request a copy of their original purchase receipt. If they did not spend at least $100 per foot of cable, I can tell picture quality is not up to par.

8 out of 26 found this review helpful.

The blu-ray quality5 Posted by: from: Grand Junction, Co on I know the manufacturer supplies connections but you get what you pay for.

4 out of 29 found this review helpful.

Audiophile HDMI Cable5 Posted by: from: on I have this bad boy hooked up from my ps4 to my my pioneer elite reciever, it really brought out sounds I couldn't hear before out of my 800 series bowers and wilkins speakers.

3 out of 33 found this review helpful.

it's not as good as they say4 Posted by: from: New jersey on some people have these new players which can do above 7.1 it starts to buckle under the stress picture wise out this world 4k quality average 1080p and 1080p3D very good depending on equipment you are using. in other words results and quality may very based on what you are connecting it to and what kind of setup you are using and so fourth. from what i used it with it gave me a four star performance and quality.

1 out of 10 found this review helpful.

Brilliant5 Posted by: from: Virginia on This coffee cable is a brilliant cable. I have upgraded to audioquest for almost all my cables. All my connections to my receiver are vodka and from my receiver to tv is the coffee to ensure no bottleneck of information. I currently have a vt20 that is calibrated but just bought a vt50 and I can't wait too see how good it looks after getting connected and then after calibration. I do see a difference between these cables and the monster 1000 that I previously used. They were great but after upgrading all my gear receiver, blu-ray, etc I feel these fit the bill better. I also upgraded all my power cables to the nrg2 and x2. I have no gaps in system performance for video or audio.

0 out of 11 found this review helpful.

why not5 Posted by: from: on I was a bit skeptical at first then i did my homework. I found the frictional loss of binary data to be fraction compared to an inert substrate in this cable. I was also able to conclude that while it may take 83 years for traditional digital transmissions to see that type of frictional coefficient losses, i would rather future proof now. Who knows maybe hdmi will still be around next week. The kicker on the deal was: when the pres starts taxing people like the ones who can buy these cables, we will get one for free (certain exclusions apply to only some people and not to others)

131 out of 197 found this review helpful.

Coming from a true audiophile5 Posted by: from: on This cable is certainly not for everyone. However, that being said, you will hear a LOT of rhetoric about digital transmission - namely that signals are comprised of 1s and 0s. While these binaries are how "normal" digital devices transmit a signal, this HDMI has the capability to transmit a 2. The fourth number in the Fibonacci sequence is a 2. However, the second number in binary is only a 1. So while normal media is transmitting 1s and 0s, where do the 2s go? That's right - they cannot be transmitted because media is binary. For the layman, that simply means that you are losing 1/3 of the data to which you are entitled. In fact, if you consider the notion that many LED and BluRay devices make heavy use of high-end audio and video. Well, out of zero to two, two is the highest-end. This means that it is possible that up to 80% (some estimates go as high as 94% with a margin of error of 0) of your data is lost. Simply put - buy this cable and you will gain a third of what you were missing. Also, if you are running your HDMI device through a receiver, you'll need two of these per component. I bought 28 of them, just as a precaution. I left 2 at the store, so I was kinda upset, but at this price I was able to just LOL at my mistake and move on.

323 out of 430 found this review helpful.

Awesome for pro's5 Posted by: from: Michigan on I never thought I could get such a clear picture out of a cable. It was so breathtaking and realistic that picture quality has now become an obsession of mine. I can't help myself now, but to try and overclock this HDMI cable. I need it to run even faster.

193 out of 302 found this review helpful.

Couldn't find it cheaper anywhere else!5 Posted by: from: los angeles on oh my god, what a great price. This is the cheapest price I've ever seen. I even let the Geek squad install it professionally. At first, I couldn't get it to work. But with Geek Squad's magic touch, it magically worked!! They plugged it in with such finesse. Zomg, DVD's and my old laser discs look lifelike!!

371 out of 415 found this review helpful.

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