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AmazonBasics - Cable HDMI de alta velocidad (3 m, con Ethernet, 3D y canal de retorno de audio) [nuevo estándar]

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Peso del producto413 g
Dimensiones del producto299 x 3 x 4 cm
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Bad copy, older design 3 de mayo de 2011
Por Omar Siddique - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I got a defective copy of this cable: going from laptop to TV, HD video stuttered horribly (correlated to the cable and reproducible)

Besides the defective copy, this braided design is bulky and and not the newest standard. Get the newer version of this cable instead, which is also a slimmer design.
4 de 5 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
HDMI 1.4 Quality 28 de noviembre de 2010
Por Dr. Stuart Gitlow - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Understanding the differences among HDMI cables requires some understanding of the basic HDMI specifications. The specs have changed over the past few years and we're now up to Version 1.4. This new version includes some important changes to the 1.3 specification:

* A new 100Mb/s HDMI Ethernet Channel
* An increased resolution capability

3D formats and resolutions up to 1080p are therefore supported. Note that Deep Color capabilities were already present in HDMI 1.3.

The cable for HDMI 1.4 will fit into the HDMI slot on older equipment. That is, if you are using an older TV, processor, Bluray player, or other device that does not utilize the 1.4 specification, you can still use this newer cable. If you have a brand new 1.4-capable device and use a 1.3 cable, you may or may not get the high resolution and you won't get the Ethernet capabilities. That latter issue is only in the 1.4-spec cables.

Digital is quite different from analog. With digital signals, you either have the signal or you don't. As you know from digital TV over-the-air, the picture is either perfect or it's missing entirely. There's no in between as there was in the old analog transmission days. With that in mind, there is almost no difference between a high-end expensive digital cable and an inexpensive but well-constructed digital cable. Either the picture and sound will be flawless or it will be missing. There's no need to spend a lot of money.

So here we have a high quality HDMI cable that meets the new specifications for HDMI 1.4 that will be of interest to most folks. It has the high speed capability (this will allow 1080p, and note that SOME HDMI 1.4 cables are not high speed) AND it has the Ethernet connectivity.

Using an Oppo BDP-93 Blu-ray player and a Sony 3D monitor, bypassing my processor which is not 1.4 capable, I found this cable to work without any difficulties, providing the connectivity as desired. The cable itself is not so stiff as to be difficult to maneuver and 10 feet is sufficient to allow the cable to easily reach your home theater gear if your setup is nearby to the TV. I noted that the cable is promoted as being "braided" but the exterior of the cable I received has a solid coating...no big deal, of course, since I never see the cable once it's in place.

So ... the right cable for the right price for all your newest 3D and Blu-ray equipment.
3 de 4 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
Get all video, audio and networking on one HDMI cable 25 de noviembre de 2010
Por Sidarta Tanu - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This AmazonBasics Braided High Speed HDMI Cable with Ethernet will let you connect your HD digital devices (at high ressolution up to 1080p, and including 3D TV functionality). This cable will also let you share Internet connection with other HDMI devices without a separate ethernet cable.

The braided design and shielding supposed to help reduce outside signal interference and help maintain the purity of the digital signal. Make sure Amazon send you the braided version when you order this. Also check the basic non braided version for lower price.

If you are trying to use the HDMI on tight corners (or backed up to the wall), you might want to buy the HDMI cable which have pivot-head/swivel design instead of bending the head of this cable.

The packaging (with Amazon 'Frustration Free' Packaging) isn't as nice looking as many other HDMI cables but I actually like it a lot since it is so easy to open compared to the hard plastic clamshell casings that most product have which is often very hard to open (where you definitely need a scissors or box cutter to open). And especially for those of you who aren't very careful and probably have hurt yourself before (as the hard plastic are sharp once you cut them) when trying to open one of those hard plastic casing.

Sidarta Tanu
1 de 1 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
It is an HDMI world now 7 de octubre de 2011
Por digitalman - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Having worked for a consumer electronics store while in college, I am well aware of the fact that most wires are more profitable then the device you will be plugging it into. It is for this reason that places like best buy sells HDMI cables for $180. That is a rip off.

These cables are far more affordable and do the exact same thing that the overpriced ones. The only thing that they don't do is cost more. I have several of these cables and have had excellent results. They are even capably of 3d and ethernet over HDMI. A great value.
1 de 1 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
Good deal 31 de agosto de 2011
Por g-muni - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I probably didn't need a cable this long, but I think the shorter ones were almost the same price, but thought that maybe in the future I will need the extra length. The braiding seems to be a plus as far as providing a longer life and it doesn't get tangled up on itself or with other cables.
I hate all wires and cables as a rule.
Why doesn't someone invent Broadcast Power? Come on all you neo-Teslas out there!

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