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About $83, lol. Seriously, I'm not sure what more the expensive ones could bring to the table. With Amazon's easy returns, it would sure worth be trying them first before spending money on "premium" cables.
By WillFTL on August 17, 2014
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Usually, the longer the cable the bigger the gauge wiring to help ensure a better signal and possibly the more shielding it has to protect it from electro magnetic interference (emi). That said, usually a signal doesn't degrade, at least enough to notice, at 15 vs 3 feet. But hey, bigger is better. Hopefully you didn'… see more Usually, the longer the cable the bigger the gauge wiring to help ensure a better signal and possibly the more shielding it has to protect it from electro magnetic interference (emi). That said, usually a signal doesn't degrade, at least enough to notice, at 15 vs 3 feet. But hey, bigger is better. Hopefully you didn't need a super playable cable. As for normal, it's up to the manufacture at that short of a distance to up the gauge. Hope that helps you. see less
By Average Pete on May 26, 2014
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They indicate it to be "High Speed" which would mean 10.2 Gbps (Gigabits per second). And it says it can also support Ethernet. Now it does not say how big the wires are (which is the size of the pipe) from which we can determine its maximum length to achieve 10Gbps. But given that is only 6 Ft, it is well within its r… see more They indicate it to be "High Speed" which would mean 10.2 Gbps (Gigabits per second). And it says it can also support Ethernet. Now it does not say how big the wires are (which is the size of the pipe) from which we can determine its maximum length to achieve 10Gbps. But given that is only 6 Ft, it is well within its range of capabilities, this is an assumption.
Bottom line is, I like these cables, they work, I don't see anything weird in my video, the sound is good, it is cheap. I have no complaints. see less

By Leah on December 5, 2013
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Yes, It can, But you make sure your display support 60fps in 4K resolution ratio.
By Little on December 17, 2015
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I want to split the line, so I can control the TV input from 2 different locations (not at the same time). The splitter I looked at here says to use minimum 26 AWG gauge wire cables, but everything I have looked at so far here is 28 AWG, which is smaller than recommended. So I am assuming, without further info, that th… see more I want to split the line, so I can control the TV input from 2 different locations (not at the same time). The splitter I looked at here says to use minimum 26 AWG gauge wire cables, but everything I have looked at so far here is 28 AWG, which is smaller than recommended. So I am assuming, without further info, that these cables have 28 AWG wire in them. Please correct me if I am wrong about that! see less
By jaybee on May 3, 2015
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For people saying there is one cable in the package and others two, and those debating length, it is whatever you chose. They offer a single and a 2-pack with different lengths. Stop confusing potential buyers just because they share the same Q&A
By Roy on July 18, 2015
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Well, correct me if I am wrong but AWG is only used to measure bare wire. In this case, the cable has a outer radius of 0.25 inches, that Gauge is approximately close to #2. However, without taking it apart, I can't tell you the individual wires inside the cable.
By pwrs on January 22, 2014
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I don't think they feel cheap. They do not seem as heavy duty as he monster cables I have, but they do work well and seem strong enough to last. I have only had them for a month, and so far so good.
By Bob Hiltz on December 27, 2014