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I've been looking for this exact cable
Posted by: from: USA on
... for a long time. I've needed a high quality hdmi cable for the tv in my bathroom. There are certain things in there sometimes that match the color "coffee". When you are putting a tv in the crapzone, sometimes you really need to make sure you match colors.
Only the best will do for my poo.
369 out of 407 found this review helpful.
Couldn't find it cheaper anywhere else!
Posted by: pman6 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.
Lets me watch my Television in style
Posted by: Noirusa from: New York, NY on
I simply had to have the very best HDMI cable and price was NO object. You see when I want to watch digital television in the winter pent house I need the very, very best. I simply can't stand jitter of any kind. Only the riff-raff watch jitter littered digital television. I sir, am no riff-raff.
My only disappointment with this digital cable is that it was not gold lined copper with a hand tailored leather sheath. Silver and plastic is so gauche, so gauche indeed. What I endure is amazing at times.
396 out of 446 found this review helpful.
Excellent picture quality!
Posted by: nowirehangersever from: Baltimore, MD on
Looks so much better than the $5 hdmi cables I've been using for years! Yes it looks 7000% better because that is how much more it costs!!!!!!!
269 out of 311 found this review helpful.
Finally I will get to use my 12% off Premier Silve
Posted by: Procnc from: AZ on
Passing 0's and 1's is tough for a $3 HDMI Amazon cable.
The best part is I can use one of my 12% off Premier Silver coupons as I don't think it is exclude?
I can't afford the shipping on these so I will have to pick them up :(
232 out of 279 found this review helpful.
Worth the value and then some
Posted by: from: on
After seeing that this cable contains a 72V Dielectric-Bias System (DBS) saturates and polarizes insulation, which for the ones wondering what I just said, it greatly reduces digital-audio distortion. Let me tell you I am no a fan of digital to audio disortion, with previous cables I couldnt even watch T.V. without being constantly plagued with these so called disortions , I was tormented and went into a state of post dramatic phonophobia, It wasn't until some good man out there came up with such a cable, that greatly changed my life, I am a new man now and can enjoy some quality T.V.
190 out of 233 found this review helpful.
Posted by: TheRunemanser from: south bend, IN on
This cable performs no better and no worse than any other HDMI cable. Signal it carries is digital. Either it is there or it is not. cable will not affect digital signal quality. Buy the cheapest you can find. will work exactly the same.
504 out of 640 found this review helpful.
Good but not great...
Posted by: zaz1080p from: Orlando, FL on
I must say, I was a bit disappointed in this cable. I saved up for 6 months to buy it. (I work at Wendy's so I don't make a lot of money). When I first plugged it into my dvd player, I was impressed at how well it fit into the socket. It's probably from the gold plating. When I went to hook up the other end to my 36" Dynex, I was so angry to find it only had a DVI input. So I bought a DVI to HDMI adapter at Radio Shak, and was able to make it work. I couldn't really tell much of a difference between my Monster cables, but it probably just takes a while to get used to. I would recommend it to a friend.
309 out of 401 found this review helpful.
Coming from a true audiophile
Posted by: depreciated 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.
324 out of 433 found this review helpful.
Posted by: mrfrugal 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)