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AudioQuest Diamond 16m (52.49 feet) Braided HDMI Cable
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- Solid Perfect-Surface Silver (PSS) Conductors
- Low Jitter, Low Distortion Audio
- Signal Conductors Controlled for Digital Audio Direction
- Dielectric-Bias System (DBS US Pat # 7,126,055) Significantly Improves Audio Performance
- Bi-Directional Ethernet Communication and Audio Return Channel Enabled
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When the product arrived, which it did so in a timely manner (2 days 4 hours 26 minutes 41 seconds) I was surprised at how superb the packaging was. When I released it from its restraints I gently plugged the cable into the required ports.
This is where I was amazed. The picture looked better than it had before which was already fantastic. Now I could literally touch the characters and feel their pain and happiness in movies (this became a problem in several war movies as my wife took 3 rounds to the chest and in the arm, don't worry she is in ICU being patched up). The audio sounded like that of a cascading waterfall while an ocestral symphany played Beethoven's 7th. I shed tears just thinking about it.
Now the reason I am giving it an average 3 stars is because of one major issue that may be ,to others, a deal breaker. After 2 weeks of enjoyment the Samsung TV I mentioned earlier and my blue ray player both absorbed the power of this cable to the extent they transformed into fighting robots and have destroyed my beloved house. I am now living in my parents house and lost all my possessions.
I especially like the "ones", they are more "one" than what you normally would see in other cables. Very cheap cables tend to run out of zeros after you have been using them for too loud audio or video with a lot of blue in them. Not this cable, it has an abundance of zeros in reserve. It will keep feeding those zeros to your TV or Receiver like it's no tomorrow!
Very good cable WITH FREE SHIPPING!
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Had to sell little Jimmy to the slavers, but he never pulled his weight in the fields anyways. This cable changes the graphical output of a literal potato from 2 pixels to glorious... Read morePublished 16 days ago by Amazon Customer
I am sick and tired of poor people who think they can buy a cable of this quality - they simply can't. Read morePublished 1 month ago by G. Mason
It's disgusting the amount of false and satire reviews on here . I have purchased the product and am satisfied . Read morePublished 1 month ago by D. MEMET
I needed new cables to plug into my Flux Capacitor, as the plutonium ones I had before were no longer cutting it. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jeff
I was gonna buy this, but it's only 52.49 feet. And I need 52.5.
I would have paid another $10k for the extra . Read more