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Cables Unlimited PCM-2295-10 HDMI Cable - 10 feet

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Technical Details

Size: 10 foot
  • Brand Name: Cables Unlimited
  • Model: PCM-2295-10
  • Left Connector Type: HDMI C
  • Left Connector Gender: Male
  • Right Connector Type: HDMI C
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Product Details

Size: 10 foot
  • Product Dimensions: 6.8 x 5.8 x 1.5 inches ; 8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0007MWE32
  • Item model number: PCM-2295-10
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (606 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 2, 2001

Product Description

Size: 10 foot

A/V Device Cables, Cables Unlimited, 10-Foot Digital Audio/Visual Male/Male HDMI Cable, PCM-2295-10

Customer Reviews

Picture quality is great and sound clear.
Amazon Customer
These work great for a connection between my upconvert DVD player and my LCD television.
Michael Perkins
This cable works great and costs a lot less than you'll pay at Best Buy.
Lars Ensign

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

153 of 159 people found the following review helpful By Danny on August 9, 2006
Size Name: 6 Foot Verified Purchase
I think this is as good as the expensive over $60 HDMI cables. I wouldn't spend money on the expensive ones. First of all, I'm not a cable junkie nor an expert. However, according to my research, there's no difference in performance b/w the expensive version nor the $12, $15, $20 version when it comes to HDMI since it's all digital.. hole buch of zeros and ones. The durability of the cables... I don't know. But unless you're someone who constantly plugs and unplugs the cables for some reason, it wouldn't matter. Normally, you'd connect the cable and keep it that way for a long period of time, so the durability is not really relevant. Bottomline: This is as good as the expensive ones. I first tried out the expensive Monster brand which was $85. Then I returned it after purchasing this, for the quality was the same. Don't buy the expensive ones.
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51 of 54 people found the following review helpful By K. G. Schneider on December 2, 2006
Size Name: 6 Foot Verified Purchase
I had an overpriced HDMI cable to compare this with because earlier when I bought my HDTV and wanted a cable "right then" I was able to buy a $60 cable half-off at BestBuy (it was open box). I completely agree that this cable does the trick at a fraction of the price. Movies played on our new upconverting DVD player look luscious. I also like the way the cable is constructed--sturdy, with a very flexible covering. The cable came with covers over its tips, as well, to protect it en route. Nice touch.

I need another cable because I just realized (duh!) that if I'm routing the cable box IN to our new home theater receiver I need another cable to route the receiver OUT to the TV, plus I want some other types of cables for the audio, and I'll purchase all of these from one of the Amazon online sellers. It's worth the short wait.
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85 of 97 people found the following review helpful By Cowboys on March 7, 2006
Size Name: 6 Foot Verified Purchase
Don't spend your money on the brand name cables. They all the same as far as delivering digital contents. Connect between my Sony DVD and Toshiba TV. Whoala, awesome picture.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By ThatGuyWithStuff on December 31, 2006
Size Name: 6 Foot Verified Purchase
Hey folks - I'm an electronics technician and network engineer!

LOL... LOL... LOL... Don't OVERPAY FOR SOME PLASTIC AND METAL!!!

HDMI cables simply transfer digital information from your DVD player to your TV/Receiver. It's essentially 1's and 0's directly processed by your TV/Receiver. It's not a an audio or high frequency signal that's succeptable to interference, crosstalk, or anything else.

Your main concern is signal degradation due to distance. If the distance of your run surpasses the specifications for HDMI transmission, then you will simply need a device that amplifies/repeats the signal so that it reaches its destination (your recever) unchanged/degraded.

3 ft and 6 ft cables are sufficient for most applications. If you want gold plating, then these cables are gold plated.

Why gold plating? Gold plating prevents corrosion. Actually its been over-played by marketing. If your equipment is not in a damp place, or outdoors, then even if you don't have gold plating, your electronics may die before the cables corrode.

Buy these cables and laugh just like I did. I initially bought a $39.95 Phillips cable from Wal-Mart cause that was the cheapest one I could find, but I still felt that I'd been taken! Then, I did some research and found this cable. I bought 3 - then took the overpriced Phillips HDMI cable back to Wal-Mart!!!

Why 3 cables? - I'm waiting on a PS-3 and an AFFORDABLE, true HDMI switching receiver. Currently I'm using one cable directly from my Hi-Def Sony DVD Changer to my Samsung 50" DLP, and running optical audio from the DVD Changer to my Onkyo 7.1 system - Suhweet... (for now).

P.S.

...For those of you that think that you must have Monster cables, go ahead.
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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By DANNER on January 17, 2007
Size Name: 6 Foot
You're not going to get a better picture spending more for an HDMI cable. However, if you buy a cheap cable, you're more likely to get one that'll break easily. That is exactly what happened to one of these cables I bought. The connector on one end of the cable broke the first day I got it as I plugged it in a jack a couple times while setting up my home theater system. (Fortunately I should be able to get a full refund from Amazon).

I would recommend the Impact Acoustics cable over this one. It may be a couple bucks more, but it feels much more sturdy.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Traveler on October 9, 2007
Size Name: 10 foot
For HDMI digital cables...there is absolutely no need to overspend. As long as it is UL rated and able to transfer a digital signal...all is good. Monster will indicate that the consumer is paying a premium to 'future proof' evolution in cables. If that is the case...buy what you need today...wait for cable prices to come down in the future as the evolutionary cable technology becomes accepted and mainstream. Why pay 5x the price when you can buy what works...and pay again in the future IF it is necessary for your electronics to function.

These cables work just fine. Don't be fooled and scared into buying a slick marketing item.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By S. Gordon on February 8, 2007
Size Name: 6 Foot Verified Purchase
Most retail stores are essentially using HDMI cables to commit fraud these days, often telling consumers they must pay upwards of $150 for an HDMI cable to use their new tv or dvd player. The monster, belkin, etc, cables that these stores sell are marked up well over 500% in many cases, and the cables themselves are of sub-par quality and simply covered in a lot of pretty plastic.

These low-price HDMI cables available through amazon, of which I have purchased several, are incredible quality, gold plated connectors, and a simple black cable without alot of frilly colors added for no reason. The connector housings are well made and durable, and the cable itself has a nice flexibility to it.
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