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Diamond HDMI Digital Audio/Video Cable W/ Ethernet Connection 5 meters


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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Audioquest
  • Model: HDMIDIA05

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B003CT2A6I
  • Item model number: HDMIDIA05
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (63 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 2, 2001

Product Description

Diamond HDMI Digital Audio/Video Cable W/ Ethernet Connection (5M)

Customer Reviews

People, for the sake of humanity, BUY THIS CABLE!!!!
Grippmann
Now I am screwed and my wife is wanting to know why our kid hasn't been home in a week, To make matters worse the cable doesn't even work not even 3D.
Smewhtguy
An HDMI cable transmits digital information, *not* analog.
Anonymous

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490 of 530 people found the following review helpful By David Williams on February 21, 2011
I was going to buy a $2.82 hdmi cable on amazon and then I came across this masterpiece, and I knew I had to do whatever it takes to get it. After getting a 3 month advance on my salary thanks to the fine folks at the check cashing place who only charged me a 35% interest rate, I was in business to finally own one of these beauties. Because of the price amazon decided to send the hdmi cable by armored car. Originally I was going to use the money to buy an engagement ring for my girlfriend, but I came upon this cable and decided this could keep me warm at night all by itself. So I dumped the girlfriend, and now when not in use, this cable tucks itself in next to me all snug and warm. It even reads bed time stories to me from time to time which help with my night terrors.

As to when this cable is plugged in, oh wow, the picture literally jumps off the screen and into my living room. It even makes commercials come alive, there was one for the angus burger at mcd's and I was hungry and all i had to do was reach out towards the screen and grab it and bam dinner was served. You have to be careful with that feature though because you will gain weight spending too much time on the couch. The best part is I dont even own a tv, I plugged this thing into 2 pieces of cardboard and some chewing gum, and bam I had 500 channels. I dont know how that happened, but one of the armored car drivers did resemble Macgyver. Hurry out and get one before they get bought up!!
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389 of 426 people found the following review helpful By Saad Khan on July 2, 2011
I would like to preface this review with the fact that I am from the planet Norx'Blath and live in a pod-station where HD television is outlawed, mainly due to reminding everyone of the days when my people lived in barbarism and savageness, watching television using analog signals.

However, I have very fond memories of receiving an HDTV when I was 267 years old, merely an infant. I had just bought an HDTV but needed a suitable HDMI cable, and after seeing this on amazon.paralleluniverse.uk for the unbeatable price of 3z^87 phlangths (2,500 of your American Earth dollars), I just couldn't resist the nostalgia and had it delivered overnight using Amazon Prime Illegal Smuggling (and just for the record, I would like to give props to those guys for delivering across 26 dimensions of space time in less than 6 of your Earth hours. Great dedication, or as they say in my pod-station: GARXXXX).

I was so excited, almost going so far as to trip the emotional alarms the newest dictator had installed in our pods. However, I turned down my EMOTION dial and received the shipment the way most illegal shipments are received on my planet: through the cut-glass plumbing (don't ask). I hooked it up immediately and started playing a game on the GameStation Interstellar Network powered by AT&T.

In fact, I had hooked it up so fast that I hadn't even noticed the color, which was black. You see, on Norx'Blath, black is the color one uses when he has cheated on his significant other with galactic farm animals. A very specific situation, yes, and it pains me to admit it is very common on Norx'Blath. But since the glorious world government (who is infallible in their judgment) deems this an unacceptable color, I must give this cable the score it deserves.
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551 of 615 people found the following review helpful By This Guy 2100 on January 30, 2011
First off, I bought one of these for my $200 19" Visio. It displays 720P, but NOT ANY MORE!!!

When I got this cable, it came wrapped in bacon, which I thought was pretty weird, but shrugged it off, slid off my recliner into my Rascal, scooted from the living room to the kitchenette, and started cooking my bacon-wrapping.

As the smell of delicious pork back filled my double-wide, I turned around to look again at the box the cable came in.

Could this be? Yes! It was a "3 wolves barking at the moon shirt" and even better, it fit me perfectly (I wear an XXXXL).

So I yumplugged (get it, yum because of the bacon?) the crappy coax and component cables from my TV, and slapped in the HDMI golden cable between the visio and the blu-ray.

I was completely unprepared for what would turn out to be the best day ever.

I dusted off my....oh who am I kidding...I was already watching my "Mama's Family: season 1" Blu Ray (disc one). The magic began...

Once Vicki Lawrence appeared on screen, she broke character AND the fourth wall. She, and the rest of the cast jumped OUT of my TV, and performed the episode on my living room floor!!!!

Screw 1080P! This is way better. I thought to myself that having a 12" real-life "mama's family" cast was awesome. I wondered what would happen if I had a bigger TV...

Or better yet, used this cable to plug it into that giant TV screen they have at Cowboys Stadium!

Anyway, I was in for a further treat when I was watching a Betty White episode. Oh MAN!!! Could life get better?

I spoke too soon...

After enjoying some drinks with the mini-cast of "Mama's family" (my own mama left me all her Hooch in the will), we threw on the TV.
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33 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Winston Von McMickens on March 1, 2012
One night after spending an entire day Bear bating with my good fellows at Goldman Sachs I went home to try out my new diamond-crusted 80 inch Sharp Aqous, only to see that I was getting no signal. I asked my man-servant Alfred to see what was wrong with it, and he asked his man-servant's servant to check it out. And boy was the gold-dipped Fabergé egg's yolk all over Alfred's face. It appeared he had no purchased an High-Definition Multimedia Interface cable. So I hopped up quickly out of my Czar-Sized bed(Several King-Sized beds strung together) onto my Segway, and raced towards my computing machine. After seeing an HDMI cable for the low, low price of 81 cents, I realized I had the sorting on Prices: Low to High (A Commoner's Sort) So I quickly reversed my actions and saw this beauty. I knew instantly I must have it, So I got Alfred to purchase the cable for me right away! A few days later it arrived, and I let Alfred's servant install it while I stewed in anticipation. As soon as he finished I turned it on, and the sight was out of this world! I was soon enjoying all my favorite programming, such as horse races, golf, and money squandering for the common elitist. But upon surfing the channels I saw a channel labeled BET. Feeling in a gambling mood I got out my wallet and prepared to play the stakes. I was unpleasantly surprised to see nothing but people with a horrible skin pigment problem. I assumed it was just a TV problem, so I had Alfred adjust the colors and nothing would fix it! I would change the channels to a Fox News beautiful white, and switch back the the horrible conditions of these gamblers. So finally I concluded it must be the cable. It's a shame that in this day and age you can't trust a manufacturer for anything.
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