The Debate against HDMI cables


HDMI CABLEThere has been a debate going around about the quality of discount and “premium” HDMI cables. And I’m here to set the record straight. On hand i have two HDMI cables ,

Cable Type: HDMI Male to HDMI Male Cable
Length: 6 Foot
Most Current HDMI Version: 1.3b1
Gauge: 28 AWG (American Wire Gauge)
Bandwidth: 340 Mhz 10.2 Gbps / 120 Hz Refresh Rate
Connector Finish: Gold
Shielding level: 3x Triple
Shielding type: EMI (Electromagnetic Interference)
Certified HDMI: Yes
HDCP Compliant: Yes
CEC Compliant: Yes
ROHS Compliant: Yes
Backwards Compatible with HDMI Version 1.2: Yes
Supports Blu Ray & HD DVD 1080p: Yes
Supports 480p, 720p 1080i, 1080p, 1440p: Yes
Supports Lossless DTS 8 Channel Audio: Yes
Supports TrueHD & DTS-HD: Yes


The Budget cable is certified by the same by the same facility as monster cables. Which should make them of same quality.

I have checked out both cables hooked up to my computer and to a HD LCD screen , and my opinion is that i didn’t see a change in quality between the two. They both , Both put  off HD Outputs.  Also, I connected the cables up to my Blu-Ray DVD player and didn’t see a change in the quality neither .

So take it from TheGadget411 :” You don’t Need a $70 buck cable to get HD”

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