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sure HDMI is HDMI....If you have a PC that has an Hdmi in/out and have a TV that has one you are golden!
By Ghost on November 18, 2013
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The real answer is that it is fine for HD signals (HDMI 1.4), but this doesn't work (or is flaky at best) for HDMI 2.0 if you want to run 4K and 60Hz and full color chroma. If you want any kind of future-proofing or a more-robust signal to work with varying equipment, then I would go with the Ultra line. If you have a… see more The real answer is that it is fine for HD signals (HDMI 1.4), but this doesn't work (or is flaky at best) for HDMI 2.0 if you want to run 4K and 60Hz and full color chroma. If you want any kind of future-proofing or a more-robust signal to work with varying equipment, then I would go with the Ultra line. If you have a fixed, known application such as hooking up a standard Blu-ray or laptop that you don't intend on upgrading for a while, then the flexibility is nice. Just don't think about running 4K on this. see less The real answer is that it is fine for HD signals (HDMI 1.4), but this doesn't work (or is flaky at best) for HDMI 2.0 if you want to run 4K and 60Hz and full color chroma. If you want any kind of future-proofing or a more-robust signal to work with varying equipment, then I would go with the Ultra line. If you have a fixed, known application such as hooking up a standard Blu-ray or laptop that you don't intend on upgrading for a while, then the flexibility is nice. Just don't think about running 4K on this.
By Bud on July 26, 2015
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I'm using it on PS4 without any issues. I also use this for my PC (1080p) and have only had one issue where it wouldn't recognize a signal but after I reseated the cable it never had an issue again.
By James Cribb on October 16, 2016
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It is super light weight. Much lighter than typical bulky HDMI cables of the same length. I don't have a precision scale though.
By 1.2. on September 5, 2015
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_Connection_Sharing
By Amazon Customer on June 6, 2014
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Yes
By Christine & Eric on December 22, 2015
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It's only for looks
By Jim Bryant on January 20, 2016
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Quality of Amazon Basics HDMI cables is good, but quality of Mediabridge HDMI cables is better. When I need a new or replacement cable (video, audio, printer, etc.), I have learned over time to buy Mediabridge - and I have never been disappointed.
By Dr. John Morris on November 22, 2013
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No, those are usually very thick Cords.... That being said, it really depends on your application. If you are running the cable through studs over a good distance. I would avoid this one.
However if you have a wireway, or are just running it a couple feet down; you would probably be fine... But that's a judgment call.

By J. Lyon on February 14, 2015