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Premium HDMI-HDMI Cable,1 meter 3 feet
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- HDMI to HDMI
- 19 Pin Design
- Gold Plated Connectors
- 1 M / 3 Ft. Back Cable
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The 3 ft. is my favorite length to connect any electronics that happen to be very close to each other.
Just in case someone may feel guilty for not paying a lot more for a premium brand, it should be stated that at this length - 3 ft., you will get as good a service from a no-brand cable as you would from a super-expensive rip-off. An HDMI 1.3 cable should be able to carry, error free, all the signal your electronic equipment may put out.
The FUD campaign attempting to attract buyers toward the more expensive brands makes a series of claims. I will address them, as they may apply to this specific cable.
- Signal attenuation is less over a more expensive cable. - TRUE, BUT that's irrelevant on a 3 ft. length. The HDMI consortium stated that even the cables that were not 'certified' as 'Category 2' or 'High-Speed' will meet the requirements at lengths of 6 ft. or less. At 3 ft., it would be a waste to consider an 'expensive' alternative. In addition, the newer devices have sufficient processing power and are sensitive enough to properly interpret even the more ambiguous 'digits' they receive.
- The expensive cables are better engineered and their contacts are less likely to break. - TRUE, BUT how many times is one going to plug an HDMI cable in and out of an HDMI socket over the cable's lifetime? 5 times? 10 times? The 'better engineered' claim has no practical importance. If your cable works on 'day one' the odds are that it will be left in the back of your box for many month or years before it is unplugged and plugged back in. If this cable is purchased for home use, the 'better engineered' claim should not be of a major concern.Read more ›
UPDATE: The company has processed a refund for the item. The rep stated he did not know why it did not function as needed. The cable failed to meet my needs but United Integral has been exceptionally accomodating in trying to rectify the situation. I highly recommend this company. In short, if you need an HDMI cable that supports "ARC" or 3D, make sure the ad for the cable that you are considering states that this is the case. Not all HDMI cables are created equal. Also, Amazon says that you should buy based on stated functionality rather than stated protocol (i.e.- 1.3, 1.4, etc).
I bought this to connect my Asus Laptop to my Asus monitor. Did not work for this connection, tried a different HDMI cable, it worked immediately. Tried this HDMI cable on my friend's laptop -> TV and it worked right away. Guess it depends on the system.
I ordered what I thought were two different HDMI cables from this same supplier, but both were exactly the same -- despite one being 50 cents more than the other. No matter, both are great, both are MUCH cheaper than the ripoffs in the local stores.
BTW: If you are connecting a Blu-ray player or an unconverting DVD player to a 1080p HDTV, you *will* need one of these cables. If you connect your equipment with regular patch cords -- which is what actually came with my Blu-ray player -- the components will automatically shift to a low-resolution mode. It's not a matter of quality of signal; you will simply be unable to convince the components to work in 1080p at all.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a quality HDMI cable.It was just as described and was just what I needed.Published 1 month ago by Pod99966
When I bought this in 2011 it was a $1.71 for 3 feet. Ended up losing it during a move, but I used it for years without issue.Published 1 month ago by TriangleEye