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ivtec 05-01-2016 02:33 PM

HDMI cable
 
Hi guys; is this any good HDMI cable? this seems not to be High speed?


http://www.amazon.com/Copartner-E119.../dp/B018SM1TII

DoctorCAD 05-02-2016 05:58 AM

As good as any...

ivtec 05-02-2016 08:26 AM

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Originally Posted by DoctorCAD (Post 1395574)
As good as any...

Thanks doctorCAD: well i got this cable and connected it from my Roku 4 to an A_B 1x2 switch and to 30 feet high speed cable to tv and it cuts off video doesn't have good connectivity,i had another cable that is high speed hdmi on other of my tvs and replaced it just to check and now is fine so far,i guess this cable is not high speed hdmi,so not good to connect to long runs of cable.

RBTO 05-02-2016 10:27 AM

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Originally Posted by ivtec (Post 1395577)
Thanks doctorCAD: well i got this cable and connected it from my Roku 4 to an A_B 1x2 switch and to 30 feet high speed cable to tv and it cuts off video doesn't have good connectivity,i had another cable that is high speed hdmi on other of my tvs and replaced it just to check and now is fine so far,i guess this cable is not high speed hdmi,so not good to connect to long runs of cable.

With HDMI cables, the "proof is in the pudding" in many cases. I've had expensive cables not work where low cost ones did, and visa versa. Sometimes, it's a matter of getting a cable that does work and go with that. Usually, however, most 6 foot cables will work satisfactorily and the one Amazon offered isn't much different from the average as DoctorCAD pointed out. All that said, HDMI cable failures are the exception rather than the rule.

jaribecker123 10-31-2017 04:03 AM

you can buy new cables on amazon rather than this old one

ImRizzo 10-31-2017 07:00 AM

WWW.Monoprice.com cables are excellent and inexpensive

teetertotter 10-17-2019 04:04 PM

+1 And CNET has been using in their test lap, connecting and un-connecting, when testing/reviewing equipment, for several years. The cables are clearly marked along outer jacket with industry specs and UL + CSA approved. Their are controls in the mfg process of their product and tested. Just my 2 cents.

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Originally Posted by ImRizzo (Post 1414720)
WWW.Monoprice.com cables are excellent and inexpensive



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