DVI Gear HDMI-2M 2M/6' HDMI Cable
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- Affordable and reliable signal transfer for your HD audio/video
- ATC-certified cables are guaranteed to pass a high-definition signal up to 1080p
- Oxygen-free copper cable construction with 24k gold-plated connectors
- Individual, shielded, twisted pair wires for an unsurpassed video signal
- Lifetime warranty
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- Brand Name: DVI Gear
- Model Number: HDMI-2M
- Cable Type: HDMI cable(VIDEO/AUDIO)
- Left Connector Type: 19 pin HDMI Type A
- Left Connector Gender: Male
Need an HDMI cable? Get reliable signal transfer for your HD video/audio without spending a fortune--complete with a lifetime warranty--with this six-foot HDMI cable from Inspiritech.
Perfect for connecting your HDTV, DVD/Blu-Ray players, gaming systems, and other home theater/entertainment components.
These HDMI cables are ATC (Authorized Testing Center) certified, meaning you can count on them to pass a high-definition signal up to 1080p.
Unlike most HDMI cables, Inspire Audio video cables use individual, shielded, twisted pair wires for an unsurpassed video signal. Oxygen-free copper provides solid conductivity, and 24k gold-plated connectors won't corrode, for a longer lifetime.
Get some added peace of mind with your great picture and sound.
What's in the BoxSix-Foot HDMI Cable
Length: 6 Feet (Single Pack) | Style: HDMI Male to Male
Top Customer Reviews
Me buy this cable. Me plug this cable between Sony PS3 and Philips 42" LCD TV. Sony PS3 say "HDMI Detected". TV say picture from source is "HDMI 1080p". Me point to Monster cables and laugh.
I will now go back to banging coconuts together. Thank you.
Well, I got that on Tuesday and it was an unexpected purchase. I asked the person at the store how much the HDMI cable would be so that I can hook it up as soon as I get home. He said, it's a Monster Cable and it costs $124.99! Whoa! I went up to the shelf and saw the sticker that said $124.99 on it and on the sticker it said "Financing Available"! What?! I'm not going to pay more for the cable than I did for the DVD player! These guys are crazy!
I told the guy "You are nuts if you think I'm going to pay that amount" and I logged onto Amazon and purchased this HDMI cable I'm doing the review for. I paid, with shipping, less than $9 for it. I was a little worried about it though - I'm sure that there must be a difference between the $124.99 cable and the $9 cable. So, I took the test. I went and purchased the $124.99 cable (mostly because I was too anxious to try out the new HD DVD player and couldn't wait for it to arrive). I plugged it in and of course the HD DVD I played looked absolutely amazing! The very next day I got the $9 cable (pretty fast shipping by these guys by the way) and I hooked it up. I was worried what I would find but when I started watching the same HD DVD that I watched the night before on the $124.99 cable I could notice NO DIFFERNCE WHATSOEVER between the two cables' results. So I returned the $124.99 cable.Read more ›
Second, this cable is not shielded.
What this means, is that this cable can do most of what one costing 20 times as much can do: provide a clear digital connection. With a digital connection, the quality of the cable isn't very relevant, as you just need to get the signal across, not get it across in good shape. Therefore, a quality expensive cable is a waste of money.
The downside is that an unshielded cable does 2 things: accepts interference and causes interference. What this means is if you lay the HDMI cable too close to the power cable of the device or another cable carrying signal, it may pick up interference. A little interference, no big deal, the beauty of digital signals is that picture quality is the same. Enough interference, though, and the signal can't get through properly. I saw this happen with my HD cable box, and was able to cure it by moving the HDMI and power cable farther apart. Until I realized the problem, though, I was getting no picture.
The other problem with an unshielded cable is it causes interference. When my DVD player is turned on, it throws enough interference through the HDMI cable that my (also unshielded) OTA HD antenna cable receives interference. Turn the DVD off, and it's fine again.
Bottom line: if you're ok with having to carefully setup this cable so it doesn't receive too much interference from other sources, or send too much interference into other sources, this cable will do a great job and will be a steal. If you're not the DIY type, you might be frustrated with this cable.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I got this HDMI cable for under $10 with shipping just to see whether it will work as well as the expensive ones and it was well worth the risk. Read morePublished 3 days ago by david hong
The quality from my standpoint is no different than HDMI cables that are much more expensive. I have used these over the years for different TV's and they work great!Published 5 days ago by Steve G.