Fanatic Digital Imperial Series Gold-Plated HDMI Cable (6 feet)
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- The Imperial Series HDMI Cables; The Ultimate In Performance, The Ultimate In Value.
- Compatible with all the latest HDMI specs such as Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master AudioTM and future codecs. Features: Ethernet ready, 3-D compatible, audio control.
- Compatible with resolutions 480p, 720p, 1080i and 1080p, future-proof up to 1440p!!
- Double Insulated means no electronic interference or EMF "noise"
- Compatibility is guaranteed with all HDMI devices and brands such as PS3s Blu-Rays and Xbox360s
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Fanatic Digital The Imperial Series High Speed HDMI Cables; The Ultimate In Performance, The Ultimate In Value. HIGH SPEED HDMI Cable. Fanatic Digital cables are the only HDMI Cables you will ever need! We are so confident in the performance and quality of our HDMI cables, we are offering a 100% money back guarantee. If you feel our cables don't live up to your expectations, simply contact us and we will refund 100% of your purchase price. For any other questions, and special or wholesale orders, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. -Connect all your A/V equipment with one cable -24k gold-plated connectors ensure maximum conductivity -Compatible with resolutions 480p, 720p, 1080i and 1080p -Compatibility is guaranteed with all HDMI devices and brands -Cable length: 6 Feet -Gold plated connectors ensure solid connection -Lifetime Warranty
Top Customer Reviews
Solid build quality
no issues with it working/connecting
Cons: None, other than maybe the plastic/rubber around the HDMI plug, its pretty large if you have two of these and trying to plug them both into a video card, its not going to happen lol. One might be difficult with a reg HDMI cable for the other slot so be aware of that.
If you have plenty of room around your HDMI sockets these are a solid choose, no issues with seller or amazon(Of course...).
Infigear and Mediabridge are the best HDMI Cables I have found for a great price. Here is a Review I wrote for Infigear...
AMAZING Price considering the Identical Quality to Mediabridge Cables!, May 31, 2012
By Jeff N (Oakdale, CA)
This review is from: InfiGear Ultra Series High Speed HDMI Cable (6 Feet) - Supports Ethernet, 3D and Audio Return [Latest HDMI Standard] (Electronics)
This is a new company and the price will probably go up, so STOCK UP NOW!!
Comparisons between InfiGear and Mediabridge and Freeport OPPO HDMI Cables...
I tested the InfiGear HDMI Cable against the Mediabridge, and the Freeport cable that came with my OPPO Blu-Ray Player.
The Freeport cable that came with the OPPO Blu-Ray Player is a tad thicker than the Mediabridge and the InfiGear cables. And it has those Ferrite Bead cylinders near the ends that reduce EM and RF interference. No other HDMI cable I have seen has those Ferrite Beads.
It was no surprise then that the OPPO cable was a bit better than the InfiGear, but only by about 3%. The picture through the OPPO cable had 3% more detail and 3% more color.
The picture through the InfiGear was identical to the picture through the Mediabridge however.
HOW I TESTED
Both my receiver and my OPPO Blu-Ray player have two HDMI outputs, and my LG HDTV has two HDMI inputs, so I was able to simply use the remote to switch back and forth from one Input to the other.
THE DISCS I USED FOR TESTING
I decided to use a DVD that has a bad picture when played on my old but very good Sony Carousel DVD Player, and a Blu-Ray with a great picture on my new OPPO Blu-Ray player.
For the bad picture, I paused a scene from season 3 of Lost In Space where Will and his mom are standing in the doorway of the Jupiter 2 talking. The scene had humans for skin tones (the most difficult color to get right). The obvious angles of the doorway (another area of difficulty). And other things and details I am familiar with. I expected the better cable to help a little, but there was no difference in picture quality on this DVD through any of the three cables.
For the good picture I paused a scene from Charlie St. Cloud where he's talking with his brother at the beginning of the movie, and Charlie is wearing a medal on a ribbon with obvious angles. So again, human faces and hair, and angles, and other things and details that test a picture well.
55" LG 55L W5600 3D HDTV
OPPO BDP-93 3D Blu-Ray Player
Sony DVD Carousel DVP-NC80V
Long story short, like many people looking at this cable I didn't feel like paying a huge price for an HDMI cable, but at the same time I didn't want to get a poor quality cable either. This cable exceeded my expectations in both construction and value. For a side by side comparison to a Monster, in terms of an overall visual impression of quality and construction, it seems to be just as well made. At least as well made as Monster Cable's 500 series HDMI cables.
Quality of construction aside, the overall picture and sound that it offers is excellent. Switching between this and a Monster Cable 500 offered the same picture and sound quality, with no noticeable difference.
I was concerned about the double insulation making for a very stiff cable, but it really isn't that stiff. I've seen a lot stiffer double insulated cables. It's only slightly stiffer then a standard cable. Not stuff enough to really make a difference.
For price and quality, you really can't beat it. It's a great product at a great price. I'm sure people could argue about what cable is theoretically better based on the technical specs., but in a real world application I can honestly say I didn't see a difference between this cable and the more expensive one.
sometimes the image doesnt show so i have to go behind my receiver and jiggle the wire so that the image finally pops up i have cheaper hdmi cables that work better than this one because its flexible so you dont run the risk of damaging the wire too much if you have to fit it in a tight place.
if you ask me this cable is nice if you have a wide open place to put it in where you know the wire wont have to bend that much, but if you do have to bend just know that the wires can get damaged easier on this hdmi than ones that have a soft rubber encasement.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
very stiff - flexibility an issue
also - began to fail after a short time
a bad connection somewhere in the cable tips