|Item Weight||4.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||120 x 1.1 x 1.1 inches|
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|Item model number||031-CP10-HDMI|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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- Gold-plated connectors for highest signal transfer rate and resistance in corrosion
- Reinforced quad-layer braided shielding and Mylar-foil shielding provides utmost protection against RF and EM interference
- Molded strain-relief design lessens plug/socket pressure
- Supports 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p resolution
- Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio bitstream capable
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Top Customer Reviews
First I did research on "Brand Name" cables vs cheap ones. Everyone pretty much seems to agree they are all the same except that brand name has amazing marketing and publicity.
I received the cables fairly quickly, they come in cheap plastic baggies. I was excited to use my new TV and the whole shebang and truly hoped these would work as the alternative was spending $500 or so on what I thought were "real cables". I hooked everything up and everything worked fine, no problems, no glitches, no fuzzy or grainy pics, sound quality is amazing (I have a $1200 Klipsch Sound System and a $600 Sony Receiver). I honestly figured the cables would eventually stop working and that Id eventually have to invest in real ones. Well, the other day (its now April 2010) the maintenance guy in my building mentioned buying an LCD TV and that he wasn't sure what to do, as he couldn't afford the $150 Monster Cables. I suggested Amazon.com and told him to look for Eforcity first or Abacus 24-7 (Another great cable seller on here) and this is how I remembered to finally write my review.
10 months later, cables have worked like a charm and you know what?Read more ›
I had it connected to my 24" Samsung monitor via HDMI out on my PC, and it worked wonderfully for both that and my Blu-Ray player. Last week, however, I started to run into problems. Blue specks were distorting the picture on my monitor and causing the displayed picture to do some really funky things. I suspected it could be my graphics card or monitor, but it turns out it was the cable.
I don't regret purchasing this cable at all because it was such a good price and it lasted for so long. I do have to warn any potential customers, however, that you may have to get a replacement in 6-8 months. This is a cheap cable, and it wasn't manufactured to last as long as ones you will pay more for.
I'm not recommending going with a Monster HDMI cable, but I do have to let you know that a $20 investment in a name-brand or higher quality cable might be in your best interest.
So, I'm back to the 4ft DVI cable that came with my PC, which should suffice for now as DVI and HDMI can send a crisp HD signal to my monitor.
It's hard to judge the quality of the materials without taking the thing apart but there's nothing noticably poor in the manufacturing or material quality of the cable. It's pretty plain looking and less attractive than the higher-priced cables but who cares?
When you consider that it gives you the same result as a Monster or Belkin cables that cost 10 to 20+ as much, it's clear that you're getting a lot of value per dollar with this cable. And yes, it also implies the opposite with those higher-priced cables.
My only complaint is that shipping was $1 more than the price of the cable. :-)
They great thing is I had this $40 gold plated cable from circuit city before I bought these. So I did a comparison to see if there is any loss in quality and wow no diffrence!!, I even took pictures of my TV screen, by pausing the picture; no noticable difference. I could not believe how a $1.50 cable and an expensive one would perform on the same level.
So I looked up online and cnet techies too said the same, they tested cheap ones with name brand ones on a 120 HZ / 1080P with almost impossible to diffrentiate performance.
Great Value for Money
Product is of good quality
I have bought from DVI gear and E forcity both work awesome
I can think of none, if anyone has defective product simply return and ask for a replacement. I cant think of why this would not satisfy anyone
I HAVE HAD THIS FOR 2 YEARS NOW, THIS CABLE IS GREAT BARGAIN, SAVE YOUR MONEY AND LIKE I SAID, LOOK WHAT EVEN THE CNET EXPERST SAY. I AM GOING TO BUY ANOTHER ONE FOR MY HOME THEATER
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good HDMI cable. No issues with audio or video. Everything works well. They're pretty cheap, but the quality is good. Say goodbye to those other expensive, name brand cables. Read morePublished 4 days ago by JS
I ordered this gold hdmi 10ft. for my 42"screen tv and it is still working. thank you!!!!Published 16 days ago by G.
Great quality and handy to have around for streaming .. Very happy !Published 17 days ago by Dollar