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Aurum Cables High Speed HDMI Cable 26 AWG (50 Ft) - Supports 3D, Ethernet and Audio Return [Newest Standard]

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  • High Speed HDMI Cable, 1080 Audio Return Channel - 4Kx2K - (Full HD) Supports 3D and resolution 720p, 1080i, 1080p and beyond - Blu-Ray - PS3 - XBox 360 HDMI to HDMI - 24k Gold Plated Tips)
  • Fully Shielded Heavy Duty 26 Gauge -
  • 99.9% Oxygen Free Cable for Minimum Signal Degradation, ROHS Compliant
  • Fully compatible with devices such as 3D TV's, DVD Players, PS3, xBox, and Blu-Ray Players
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Aurum Cables High Speed HDMI Cable 26 AWG (50 Ft) - Supports 3D, Ethernet and Audio Return [Newest Standard] + OREI HD-102 1x2 1 Port HDMI Powered Splitter Ver 1.3 Certified for Full HD 1080P & 3D Support (One Input To Two Outputs)
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Aurum Cable
  • Model: HDMIPREMIUM-1

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B004Q72PEM
  • Item model number: HDMIPREMIUM-1
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (185 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: March 1, 2011

Product Description

Aurum Cables Certified High Speed High Speed HDMI Cable with Ethernet - Supports 3D, Audio Return Channel and Up To 4K Resolution -

* HDMI cable with AUDIO RETURN - combines both audio and video into one cable
* Ethernet Channel For Sharing Internet Between HDMI Devices
* Compatible with all HDMI Devices

HDMI combines both audio and video into one convenient cable, so it's all you need to connect your HDTV to your A/V receiver, Blu-Ray player, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, HD Cable Box, Personal Computer or any other (High Definition Multimedia Interface) device with an HDMI output.

Compatibility
- Supports 3D Content
- Guaranteed 4Kx2K, 1440p, 1080p, 1080i, 720p, 480p, and 480i Resolutions
- Supports Audio Return Channel
- Supports Highest Refresh Rates Available
- Supports Transfer Rates of Up to 340Mhz or 10.2gbps
- Supports True HD Dolby 7.1 and DTS-HD Master Audio
- HDCP Compliant

Quality Construction
- Full Metal Shielding Within Connectors For Durability and Interference Protection
- Shielding Throughout Cable
- HDMI connectors are 24K Gold plated.

Buy With Confidence
We at Aurum Cables put tremendous effort in excellence of quality in the cables, we will back our HDMI Cables with a Limited 1-Year Warranty.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

No noticable signal loss or degradation.
Phil
I do like the construction on the cable itself, but the connector, the brass covering came off and was left inside my TV.
Edward Zimmermann
I ran this cable through my wall into the other room and it works great.
Curt

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

40 of 46 people found the following review helpful By A. Cook on July 9, 2011
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Simple setup: Sources: Sony PS3 and AT&T U-Verse box. Receiver: Yamaha. Projector: JVC DLA-X3. All are 3D capable. If I run a standard, as-supplied free by AT&T HDMI cable to the projector, everything works just fine. However, replace it with this 50ft cable and at best, you see a few frames here and there.

So I have come to the conclusion that this length of cable doesn't support the very high data rates required to run 1080P at 60 frames a second with 3D frame packing. Note that all other forms of HD work fine. That's what initially had me fooled. Even AT&T's one lonely 3D channel (ESPN 3D) works fine on this cable. Why? Because it runs at 720P, not 1080P.

So there you go... fully cross-diagnosed, affirmative proof that this cable does not support 1080p in 3D at 60FPS. So if you just need a long cable for 1080p without 3D, great, but with 3D it ain't doin' it for me.

Argggghhh
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20 of 23 people found the following review helpful By N. Aounallah on May 31, 2011
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I have this cable hooked up from my computer to my TV which are separated by about 45 feet. I have had absolutely no problems sending 1080p signals over the 50 foot cable and would definitely buy another, especially since the price is about 50 cents per foot of cable. While I can't tell for sure, this cable seems to be 22 AWG. Most 6 foot cables are 28 AWG so the extra thickness from this cable is likely the reason that it can send 1080p signals over 50 feet. It works with both my HDMI 1.3 and 1.4 devices. I have not tested this cable with anything higher than 1620 x 1080 resolutions, so I can't say if 4k x 2k works. I have seen 50 foot HDMI cables for about 40 cents per foot but I am glad I spent the extra 10 cents per foot.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Mike V on December 10, 2012
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I bought 2 of these cables- price was very good, and they arrived promptly- no problems at all with the seller. My tale of woe starts after I spent the day clambering through the trusses over my vaulted ceiling in my living room- no easy feat as I am the stereotypical fat middle aged white guy. With the help of a friend, I was able to get all the cables run and hooked up. there was about 4' of cable from the wall box to the TV. When I was about to put the cover on the wall box, the cable hit me in the arm. Thinking that it had just come loose from the back of the TV, I stood up to re-plug it. Imagine my feelings when I found that the gold colored metal sheath was still in the TV, and the rest of the cable was on the ground. I lost part of my temper then, and could find relief in nothing but profanity. I decided to hie myself down to the local home center and bought a placement for about twice the money. My helper had departed by this time, so more climbing through the trusses, cursing, ect. and the new cable was run. Now for the test- intermittent signal, wtf? Checked the connections in the back of the receiver- the end of the second cable had come loose, just like the first. This time I lost all of my temper- more profanity, gritted teeth, muttered curses against all things HDMI. A friend by the name of Jack Daniels stopped by and soothed my jangled nerves, and we resolved to put this off for another day. Returned to Lowes/Depot the next morning and bought another cable- more climbing ect. Finally finished about 11:00 am yesterday. I figure that these bad cables cost me at least an extra 4 hours of work, not to mention double the cost of the cables and the price of a bottle of good whiskey.
Maybe I got 2 from a bad batch, but I would not by this brand again unless I was trying to give myself an aneurysm.
Mike V
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Benjamin Kleber on December 25, 2012
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After buying two 50' cables to connect my computer to my tv at the other end of the room and neither one working right, I did a little more research. It turns out that the standard HDMI spec is only going to work for a maximum length of 40'-44' without a signal booster. If you buy a 50' cable and it doesn't work, that's why. I didn't know that when I bought this cable, so it was frustrating for a good product to not work.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By swcollins on December 22, 2012
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After running this cable high above lights in a drop ceiling, cable did not work. After troubleshooting the problem, results show this cable does not work with 1080p at 50 foot.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Rantain on November 28, 2012
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The cable looks great and it works great but the connectors are kind of flimsy. I connected this long HDMI table from my computer to my TV and the video and audio were fantastic, everything worked as expected. A week later, I had to relocate my TV and when I pulled the cable, the connector stayed on the TV's HDMI port and the cable in my hand. I have many HDMI cables and never had this problem before. Be very careful when pulling this cable.
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10 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Glen - CO on November 24, 2011
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I had been watching an HDTV using a SD signal out of a Dish Network set top box. Due to my wiring needs, the TV is roughly 60 feet from the box. HDMI signals beyond 25ft are generally considered "iffy" based on what I could find. HDMI.org specs on HDMI cables only specifies 25ft as the point where the signal must meet HDMI specs in order to receive their okay. I was concerned about using a 50 ft cable and then adding an additional 10 feet from the wall to the TV. Reading other reviews written here and elsewhere, I figured I'd try it and look for solutions if this didn't work. I hooked up this cable before running it through the basement and up through walls to reach the TV. Result -- PERFECT picture. No fade, streaks, errant pixels, nothing --- pure, clean 1080i (the highest available out of the set top box). I spent a lot of time deciding on this product. Other brands are cheaper and other brands cost a lot more (Monster in particular). My "calculation" was that this was a good mix of quality and cost effectiveness. I could not be more pleased and highly recommend this item.
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